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24/7 Crime Scene Cleanup

24/7 Crime Scene Cleanup

The presence of parties like police and crime investigators in a crime scene is a pretty customary state of affairs. Such parties engage in an exceptionally important part in terms of collecting evidence in order to resolve the respective crime. However, their duty ends up after the collection of evidences; they are not responsible to carry out tasks like crime scene cleanup. Learn More.



Invisible Threats: Blood Cleanup

Invisible Threats: Blood Cleanup

In this day and age, more and more Americans are relying on professional services when they need to deal with hazardous tasks. Some of these tasks may contain environmentally hazardous aspects while others can be harmful for the mental and physical health of the people. More than everything, the emotional trauma caused for the family members of the victim can be exceptionally high upon a crime scene such as an assault, suicide or homicide. Learn More.



A Fine Line for Crime Clean Up

Everyday people live and die, it’s apart of life. For most of us, our lives consist of day to day routines. Routines that keep us grounded, active, financially stable, and focused. As a society we’re reluctant to acknowledge how short and fragile life actually is. That reluctance, in my opinion, is deep-rooted in our DNA through natural selection as part of trial and error during our evolution. Our resistance to fear death would of only held us back from becoming the intellectual, articulate… Read Full Post


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