3 Reasons to Find Trauma Cleaning Help

After experiencing trauma, you want to keep your family and community safe. Given the circumstances, you may be concerned about hospital bills, interaction with law enforcement, end-of-life arrangements, or funeral planning. Amidst crisis, the last thing you want to worry about is trauma cleaning for your home.

The professionals at ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning Services by Skip are here for your family when you need us most. Here are three safety-related reasons to hire our trauma cleaning professionals rather than attempting cleanup yourself.

  1. Physical Safety: Traumas are often sudden and unpredictable, which means trauma cleanup is equally unpredictable. Our professional cleaners are trained to handle any post-crisis cleanup including removing bodily fluids, disinfecting surfaces, removing furniture or carpeting, and disposing of biohazardous waste. Don’t risk injuring yourself through exposure to dangerous, biohazardous materials. Instead, opt for a professional trauma cleaning following a crisis.
  2. Emotional Safety: In addition to physical injury, re-entering the scene of a crime or trauma is often emotionally damaging for family members. Rather than putting yourself or family at risk, remove family members from the site of the incident and allow our professional team to respectfully cleanup the trauma area.

  3. Community Safety: Improper trauma cleaning or disposal of materials can present a safety concern for your entire community. Trauma scenes often have biohazardous materials such as bodily fluids or toxic chemicals present. These materials need to be disposed of according to state guidelines. If not handled correctly, contaminants could spread or even find their way into the ground water. Always let trained professionals handle biohazardous materials. This keeps you and your community safe.

If you have experienced a trauma, you are not alone. Contact the professionals at ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning Services by Skip today at 815.498.9696 for assistance with trauma cleaning.