BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwired - November 29, 2016) - SI Restoration is providing biohazard cleanup after victims of suicide.
Suicide is a serious epidemic in Maryland and throughout the United States. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, suicide rates in the United States have risen steadily almost every year and are now the highest they have been in 30 years. In 2016 it became the 10th leading cause of death in the country, killing roughly 42,733 in a year. In Baltimore alone, it accounts for 9 deaths out of every 100,000.
When dealing with suicide, there is often a lot of physical residue left behind and it can be dangerous to try to clean it up without proper knowledge of how to handle hazardous materials. SI Restoration is offering complete suicide cleanup that includes blood and bodily fluid disposal, removal of permanent stains on walls and flooring, and complete odor removal.
The in-house staff is certified both with the Institution of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and the American Bio Recovery Association (ABRA). They are available for 24/7 emergency services and our technicians have a 2 hour guarantee of arrival after the customer's initial phone call.
SI Restoration also cleans up other biohazard emergencies, such as homicide, injury, trauma, and hazmat emergencies. All of these situations involve bodily fluids that can be harmful to those that come in contact with them. Blood can carry a variety of diseases including hepatitis and AIDs and it's risky to try to handle cleanup of these situations without training.
Having more than 20 years of experience in the industry means that most major insurance companies cover SI Restoration's crime scene cleanup or blood cleanup services. This helps decrease or eliminate the out of pocket costs to families and property owners.
About SI Restoration
Founded in 1989, SI Restoration has been assisting customers with mold removal, water damage, fire damage, and crime scene cleanup for 27 years. The company works with residential homeowners, property managers, commercial properties, and government projects.
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