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Paul Davis Restoration
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Trauma and Bio-Hazard Cleanup


Suicides and similar tragedies are serious situations that require professional care. Additionally these moments are frequently graphic but expose those involved to dangerous substances such as tissue that can increase risk of disease. With thorough education and complete courtesy, Paul Davis Recovery Services work hard to fix the issues quickly and thoroughly.

Related Biohazard/Trauma Resources:

We are qualified to cleanup:

  • Neglected remains
  • Homicide or Suicide Cleanup
  • Crime Scene Sanitation
  • Trauma Scene Sanitation
  • Biohazard Removal Services
  • Industrial or Home Accidents
  • Animal Remains or Waste
  • Hoarding Remains
  • Forensic Investigation Chemicals

Sewage Backups & Methamphetamine Lab Sanitation

As a property owner, it’s difficult to face biohazardous crime scenes without the aid of professionals. Our sanitation specialists can also remove any sewage spills, in addition to dangerous meth lab areas. Skill is needed for both of these scenes to be taken care of correctly. In either situation, biotoxins are prominent enough to lead to serious health hazards if you aren’t qualified. Any scene the Paul Davis crew encounters is taken care of using their extensive education and skills. In these scenarios, don’t attempt to clean the hazards independently sewage or meth lab scenes.

Our Expertise Matters

Professionals trained by Paul Davis are prepared to answer to these graphic events. Our decontamination is completed by qualified recovery specialists who follow firm industry guidelines. The team has been schooled in specialized work either by Paul Davis, through our Trauma/Bio-Recovery certification training, or National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS) to complete the necessary tasks thoroughly, using state-of-the-art techniques and tools. Our specialists follow all government and industry regulations.