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Please don't hesitate to contact us at our toll free number or by email. We will take the time to listen to your individual and unique situation and offer advice concerning proper remediaton procedures.

7009 East 56th St., Ste F
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Phone: (800) 759-6960
Fax: (317) 549-9727
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Odor Removal and Neutralization

Delaware biohazard remediation and hoarding cleanup and gross filth

Various odors are common with death, regardless of the circumstances. These odors may be caused by fecal matter, urine, blood and other bodily fluids associated with the process of decomposition. Odor removal can be a daunting task for even the most experienced in the field. Other common odors may result from dead rodents, animal urine or fecal matter, smoke, mildew and many other sources. These odors are equally troublesome and linger in the same fashion as odor from a human body.

Although odors may seem airborne, they actually permeate nearly every item and furnishing in the house. These same odors become trapped in carpets, under flooring, within walls and attics. Without proper training and equipment, complete odor removal cannot be achieved. For example, odor removal from the scene of a decomposition often requires our technicians to first remove all items under or about the decomposed body. This will often include floor coverings and sub floor. Depending on the extent of the decomposition, lower portions of drywall may also have to be removed. Once all affected items have been removed, technicians will coat all remaining areas with a stain and odor blocker (barrier) and use an odor neutralizer when applicable. In extreme odor removal cases, an ozone generator may be required. This will be left in the contaminated area for up to 24 hours. A house or place of business may not be occupied while an ozone generator is in use.

Technicians with Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. have been property trained in odor removal and use state of the art equipment to eliminate odors caused by death, decomposition, rodents, house pets and smoke. All of the chemicals used by our technicians in the odor removal process are OSHA compliant and family friendly.

Please, before you attempt to clean a crime or trauma scene with associated odors, speak with a trained & certified technician. We have personnel standing by 24 hours a day to answer your questions.

Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. works with several different insurance companies, therefore we are often able to bill your insurance company directly. Often, the only payment required from you will be your policy deductible. If insurance coverage is not available, we do offer several different payment plans, which generally suit most budgets.


Proper Course of Action

You are aware of or have been made aware of a hoarding or gross filth situation at a home or other residential location. Or, you are a home owner in need of a comprehensive and thorough house cleaning. Please provide us with answers to the following questions and follow the steps below that may apply.

  1. If you are not the home owner, is the home owner aware of your intent to help him or her?
  2. How many rooms are affected? What is the approximate size of the home?
  3. Do you notice any mold in or around the affected areas?
  4. Are you able to set aside or mark items to be kept? Will you be able to assist with the sorting process?
  5. If you are not the home owner, business owner or financially responsible party, please provide us with that information. A "Permission to Enter" form must be signed by an authorized representative.
  6. Call us at 1-800-759-6960 to schedule a consultation at a time that is convenient for you.

You, someone in your family or a business associate has fallen victim to a criminal act. As a result of this crime, a loved one or friend has died or has been seriously wounded. Please provide us with answers to the following questions and follow the steps below that may apply.

  1. If a police department is involved, please get the name of the detective investigating the scene. This information will be on the business card given to you.
  2. If a deputy coroner is involved, please get the name of the coroner. This information will be on the business card given to you.
  3. Please do not enter the scene. There's no reason for you to become more traumatized than you may already be. When we arrive, we can retrieve items for you.
  4. If you know the name of your insurance company and/or policy number, we will attempt to initiate the claim process for you. Please have this information available if it is readily accessible.
  5. If you are not the home owner, business owner or financially responsible party, please provide us with that information. A "Permission to Enter" form must be signed by an authorized representative.
  6. Please do not attempt to clean the scene. Contact with biohazards, such as blood and fluids, may expose you to unknown risks that could result in serious illness or death. Proper precautions must be taken.
  7. Call us at 1-800-759-6960 to schedule a technician. Our technicians are typically dispatched within 60 minutes to a crime scene that has been released by the authorities.

You have experienced a death in your family or at your place of business. This death may have been recent or it may have only been recently discovered. Please provide us with answers to the following questions and follow the steps below that may apply.

  1. If a police department is involved, please get the name of the detective investigating the scene. This information will be on the business card given to you.
  2. If a deputy coroner is involved, please get the name of the coroner. This information will be on the business card given to you.
  3. Please do not enter the scene. There's no reason for you to become more traumatized than you may already be. When we arrive, we can retrieve items for you.
  4. If you know the name of your insurance company and/or policy number, we will attempt to initiate the claim process for you. Please have this information available if it is readily accessible. Insurance may not apply.
  5. If you are not the home owner, business owner or financially responsible party, please provide us with that information. A "Permission to Enter" form must be signed by an authorized representative.
  6. Please do not attempt to clean the scene. Contact with biohazards, such as blood and fluids, may expose you to unknown risks that could result in serious illness or death. Proper precautions must be taken.
  7. Call us at 1-800-759-6960 to schedule a technician. Our technicians are typically dispatched within 60 minutes to a death scene, or at a time that is convenient for you.


Additional Information

The services provided by Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. are in high demand. On a weekly basis, our technicians are traveling either within the State of Indiana or throughout the Midwestern United States. Although we would like to assist everyone who calls for help, calls outside of our service area may have to be referred to one of our affiliates.

As a training company, Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. is in the unique position to train and certify many of our affiliates. Therefore we know, when we have to refer our clients to someone else, they will receive the most professional service available.

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