Archive for June, 2020

Death Scene at Home? Who Do I Call?

Assured Decontamination Service. We provide trauma and death scene cleanup services to families and companies needing emergency services from our certified biohazardous remediation teams. Assured Decontamination Service offers crime and death scene cleanup services in your time of need. Most of our services are covered under homeowners’ insurance policies. We are honored to assist you in not only taking care of the cleanup at your home, but assisting you in filing an insurance claim on your behalf. We are available 24/7/365 to address your emergency needs.

Homicides, Suicides, Accidents, and Post-Mortem Deaths

We provide professional service for the proper cleanup, containment, deodorization, and disposal of any potentially infectious materials (blood and bodily fluids) following accidents, natural deaths, homicides, and suicides. All technicians are certified and trained to OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 1910.1030. All waste is transported according to DOT regulations to a licensed medical waste disposal facility for proper destruction. We will guide you through the process, and make sure you and your family are taken care of to the fullest extent.

We provide death scene cleanup services all across the nation. No distance is too far. Please contact us for your emergency needs at 800-924-6384. You can also reach us on our Contact Us web page at

We also disinfect and clean law enforcement vehicles, commercial and private property and vehicles. Our technicians exceed federal, state and local guidelines for trauma scene abatement. Unlike other companies, all of our company vehicles are unmarked for assured discretion.

Did You Know the Risks of Meth Residue?

Methamphetamine can cause acute and chronic illnesses and even death. There is also a risk for explosion and fire from the ingredients used to manufacture meth and other drugs. Chemicals used to “cook” meth and other drugs leave a hazardous residue that is formed during the cooking process that contaminates not only a structure, but may affect the plumbing, HVAC system, yard, well and septic tank. Meth use can also leave residue contamination throughout a home’s interior that will not dissipate over time. It needs to be professionally remediated. To learn more about the dangers of meth residue and other drugs in our country and around the world, see our Case Studies page or go to the Center for Decease Control at


coronavirus covid-19

How Do I Help Prevent Exposure to COVID-19?

The first and best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed to the virus. Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads from person to person. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) highly recommends frequent washing of your hands, avoiding close contact with others, and cleaning and disinfecting surfaces regularly. Individuals with chronic medical conditions or acute illnesses along with senior adults should take extra precautionary measures.
It is recommended that social distancing of at least 6 feet should be followed at all time. When confined to public indoor spaces, or around more where social distancing is difficult, the CDC recommends use of non-medical, cloth-based face coverings at a minimum.

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