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As seen on TLC – Ultimate Cleaners

XTREME Cleaners is a crime scene and biohazard cleanup
company with locations in Louisiana and New England.  Whether
you own a residential home, commercial real estate, investment
property, a fleet of motor vehicles or an industrial business,
XTREME Cleaners is your one-stop resource for responsive
cleanup and safety consulting services.

XTREME Cleaners’ highly trained technicians are certified in
biohazard recovery.  Whether it is a crime scene, suicide,
homicide, unattended death or just an accident with a significant
blood spill, our cleaners have the knowledge, skills, proper
equipment and sensitivity to handle any job effectively and
efficiently.

We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Call us at
800-524-9591, or click here,  complete the form and one of our
team leaders will contact you immediately.

:: Some Facts to Know ::

Police, fire departments, funeral homes and coroners DO NOT clean up accidents and crime scenes.

Why call a crime scene cleanup company? Can’t I just clean it up myself?

Although not mandatory for a residential cleanup, it is recommended by the CDC to call a crime
scene cleanup company. When using a professional cleanup company, you can be assured that all
infectious diseases will be removed ensuring your home is decontaminated and is no longer a
health risk.

Why call a crime scene cleanup company? Can’t I just clean it up myself?
Federal regulation 29CFR1910 enforced by OSHA states that no employee can be placed in a
position to be exposed to biohazardous waste without the following conditions:

  1. Employee must receive blood borne pathogen training.
  2. Employee must have knowledge of a written blood borne pathogen exposure control
    plan.
  3. Employee must be provided with personal protective equipment (PPE.)
  4. Employee must be offered the Hepatitis B vaccine and an exposure evaluation with
    follow up.
  5. Employee must be provided with a method of properly removing biohazardous waste in
    marked containers at an approved disposal site.

Only after the above five steps have been taken can an employee be required by their employer to
clean a biohazardous waste scene. If an untrained employee cleans a biohazardous scene, OSHA
can impose fines of up to $25,000 per employee exposed.

How is the cleanup of a trauma scene paid for?

In most cases, homeowner’s or business insurance will cover all expenses, minus any deductible, to
cleanup a trauma scene. Our insurance experts file all necessary paperwork and provide all
documentation to assist the insurance company with the process of all claims.

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