Homicide Aftermath Cleanup & Sanitation

Nearly all of the time, a homicide cleanup will involve dealing with blood and other bodily fluids. Even after death, blood and bodily fluids can still carry any diseases or pathogens the victim encountered when alive, to say nothing of the pathogens arising from the decomposition process. Furthermore, physical disease is not the only health risk a crime scene presents. Loved ones and friends of the deceased or the employees of a business where a homicide occurred are all dealing with trauma. Cleaning up the scene of the death can compound that trauma.

Texas Disaster Restoration is here to make sure you don’t have to worry. Our team is certified and licensed to handle any sort of homicide cleanup efficiently and effectively. We are available 24/7, and we arrive in unmarked vehicles and uniforms to protect your privacy during this difficult time.

Vehicular Homicide Cleanup

Not all homicides are the sorts of crimes one often sees on the news or in police procedurals. Vehicular homicide - i.e., deaths from car accidents or times when a vehicle was used intentionally as a weapon - is an unfortunately common form of homicide. When these deaths occur, it’s necessary to clean not only the vehicle but the scene of the death. Texas Disaster Restoration can rid the vehicle as well as the surrounding scene of any trace of blood or other fluid. It’s always our goal to restore the vehicle and general area to their previous states as closely as possible, and our vehicular homicide cleanup services are designed for this very purpose. We can also work directly with funeral homes, insurance companies, and municipalities to provide vehicle recovery and cleanup services you can always count on.

Homicide Cleanup at Commercial Businesses

When a homicide occurs on your business property, it can quickly leave you feeling helpless. Instead of wondering what the next step is, just contact Texas Disaster Restoration for all your cleanup needs. We’re experts at cleaning up all sorts of scenes involving blood and other bodily fluids and will help bring you and your business back to a sense of normalcy. We will be happy to deal with your property insurance company on your behalf, providing all the support documentation you need to receive the benefits due under your policy.

Whenever a tragedy occurs, it can be overwhelming for the people directly affected by it. Texas Disaster Restoration’s qualified, certified professionals will take care of every aspect of the cleanup as efficiently as possible without compromising on quality. When we’re done, no one will even be able to tell that something horrible happened at your place of business.


A vital part of the homicide cleanup process is sanitization. All items and surfaces that contain blood and other bodily fluids will be fully cleaned, deodorized, and sanitized by our expert team. We practice only tried and true cleaning methods with the very best equipment and cleaning products possible. Our goal is always to deliver the very best results to our customers, allowing them to bring their lives back to normal as quickly as possible. After all, the last thing you should have to worry about following a traumatic event is shoddy cleanup work.

Service Areas for Homicide Cleanup

Texas Disaster Restoration serves the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We are a family-owned business that will arrive at the cleanup site, ready to go within an hour of your call. We’re available 24/7 with live operators to assist you anytime you need it. To learn more about the individual municipalities of the Metroplex we serve, we invite you to explore the pages linked below.

Frequently Asked Questions About Homicide Cleanup

1How does the process work?
After a homicide, we know there’s no time to waste. We arrive within an hour of your call, no matter what time of day or night it is, ready to start the cleanup process. However, please note that we cannot begin any work until the investigating police unit has completed its investigation of the scene and has given permission. We advise that you wait until that point to give us a call, and we’ll get started as soon as possible.
2Why can’t I just clean things up myself?
Without even considering the possible emotional turmoil you may be going through, the homicide cleanup process itself involves a lot. The scenes of homicides often contain biohazards and other materials that are strictly regulated and must be cleaned up properly. Unless you want to worry about regulations, protocol, and training, it’s best just to call in the professionals who do this sort of thing all the time.
3What are your business hours?
Since restoration work must be done on an as-needed basis, we are available 24/7/365 to assist.

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