Payment Options

Our first priority is to assist families and property owners who require our services. We truly care for the customers we serve, and we’ll be by your side even following the cleanup. From our support network to our dedicated staff, we provide more assistance than anyone in the industry. If you are paying with insurance, our standard service includes full detailed documentation and photography. We’ll even work directly with your insurance company if you prefer.

How Much Does Crime Scene Cleanup Cost?

The cost of remediating biohazards can vary dramatically from situation to situation, so we are not able to provide phone estimates without doing a proper assessment. Our hourly rates are competitive with Blue Book and Exactimate, which are industry pricing tools. Our normal practice is to staff all jobs with two technicians and a supervisor, so that we can more quickly complete the job while ensuring quality, compliance and documentation protocols. Larger jobs such as mass trauma, or faster turnaround requirements, may require larger teams (for mass trauma, we can pull from many resources to provide emergency-level support).

Pricing factors can include the following:

  • Number of Affected Rooms
  • Level of Structural Damage
  • Length of Time Left Unattended
  • Additional Complications

Does Insurance Cover Crime Scene Cleanup?

Every loss is unique and while we cannot make any guarantees regarding your coverage, in most circumstances, homeowners insurance does cover our services. If you have coverage, we will submit the bill to your carrier and work with them directly to resolve payment. You will only be responsible for your deductible. If you don’t have coverage, we have payment options available and can also assist with third-party sources of funding.

Financial Assistance for Crime Scene Cleanup

As the nation’s only specialized bioremediation company, we aim to provide the most comprehensive bio recovery and crime scene cleanup services available while minimizing your out-of pocket expenses. If you may have difficulty meeting payments, there are state, local and national programs to help crime victims with expenses related to the tragedy.

Almost all states have Victims Assistance Programs that provide social and sometimes financial aid to families who have experienced a traumatic loss. The National Center for Victims of Crime is a nationwide nonprofit organization that advocates for victims’ rights. Their database is one the most comprehensive online resources available, committed to helping victims of crime rebuild their lives.

Business Accounts: Commercial, Government & Military

Today, more and more companies are including biohazard remediation as part of their disaster preparedness planning and vendor management. With resources nationwide, we can work with you to provide ongoing or on-demand services at discounted rates, as well as annual training for bloodborne pathogens, personal protective equipment, and critical response to biohazard situations. For information, call our commercial accounts line 800-924-6384.

Learn More About Your Payment Options

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