Month: December 2016

Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup Training Course

Interested in starting a new and exciting Crime_Scene_Training_Course_Coupon career in biohazard remediation?

Back by popular demand, Bio-Trauma 911’s Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup Training Course is now open.  After a nearly six month break, we have two new training courses scheduled in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Please take advantage of this 10% off coupon to attend our 5-day Biohazard Remediation (Crime Scene Cleanup) Training Course, regularly priced at $1,395.

If you’re not familiar with the industry, Crime Scene Cleanup and Biohazard Remediation is the process of removing blood and bodily fluids from a contaminated scene and restoring that scene to a pre-incident condition. Companies within this industry generally bill in excess of $125 per hour for crime & trauma scene cleanup services (and more in certain geographical locations) and work is always in demand. Additionally, crime scene cleanup companies will typically offer services to resolve and remediate hoarding issues, odors, bird droppings, mold, meth labs and more.

Through our five day course, you’ll receive: classroom, hands-on and business training. Together, these three modules have helped hundreds of students before you to start their own profitable and rewarding company in this exciting industry.

Upcoming training courses will be held on these dates:

  • September 9 – September 13, 2017
  • November 4 – November 8, 2017

Please visit our website at biotrauma911.com/crime-scene-cleanup-training.html to learn more. Seating is limited so please don’t wait long to reserve your seat. All classes are held in Indianapolis, Indiana. Transportation to and from the hotel will be provided.

Hoarding is a Fire & Safety Hazard

Fire departments throughout the country are routinely faced with the challenge of combating house fires that result from compulsive hoarding and excessive clutter.  These fires not only cause the loss of personal property but far too often the loss of life as well.  The safety concerns of firefighters, when working in homes filled with an excessive amount of trash, debris, clutter and personal effects, should not be overlooked.  Their lives and the lives of other first responders are jeopardized when free movement in and around the home is restricted and sometimes completely blocked.  Firefighters are already working with limited visibility and restricted mobility while battling intense heat, flames and the compromised structural integrity of a burning building.  When wall-to-wall combustibles, which can be as tall as a grown man, are added to the other issues faced during  a residential fire, firefighters must work harder and smarter to stay alive.  As more contents are brought into a hoarder’s home, the higher the piles go.  The higher the piles, the greater danger of having a pile collapse and trap the resident or first responder are.

Not only does the excessive accumulation of materials create a source of fuel for fire but it can significantly slow down first responders who may be trying to get to the home owner or family member in a back bedroom.  Sometimes seconds can mean the difference between life and death and if a pathway isn’t clearly visible or accessible, those seconds could turn into minutes. Furthermore, blocked exits can prevent escape from the home during a fire or natural disaster.

If you feel you may be a hoarder or know someone who hoards, please ask him/her to contact Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. at 1-800-759-6960 or use our contact form . If you would like to speak now; however, prefer not to use the phone, feel free to chat with us through our live chat system at http://www.biotrauma911.com/livezilla/livezilla.php

 

Financing the Cost of Hoarding Cleanup

For over ten years, Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has been helping hoarders to reclaim their lives. During this time, our professional staff of cleaning and organization experts have worked closely with family members and friends to ensure the cleaning, organization and remediation process is not a traumatic and painful process. Unfortunately however the time, effort and abundance of work that goes into cleaning a hoarder’s home is costly, which often times is the most traumatizing aspect of the entire process.

As one can imagine every home cleaning project is unique and no two jobs are ever priced the same. That being said, what is common with nearly every hoarding home is the fact that each job will generally run into thousands of dollars, not hundreds of dollars, to successfully and professionally clean and organize. A large portion of the overall cost of hoarding cleanup is of course the labor charge but also the cost of dumpsters, which can exceed $600 per dumpster. Large homes associated with a serious hoarding issue may require as many as four dumpsters. Another expense that is not often thought of is that of mold remediation. Once items are moved away from walls or from a damp basement, it’s not uncommon to uncover an underlying mold issue that wasn’t previously known due to the compact nature of items sitting in front of or on top of the mold.

If you, your family member or friend is ready to tackle a hoarding disorder or simply needs help with clutter, cost should not be an obstacle that prevents this all too important life changing event. Unfortunately, most insurance companies will not cover the cost of hoarding or clutter cleanup and the overall costs is generally borne by the hoarder, home owner or family members. Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. accepts most major credit cards, personal checks, cash and bank to bank ACH transfers. While a down payment is always required before we commence any work, Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. offers flexible payment plans to suit most budgets. Please take time to contact Steve Hanna or Brandon Stone at 1-800-759-6960 to discuss your situation and ways in which we may be of service to you.

Financing Now Available!

Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. now offers financing to qualified customers for our biohazard remediation and hoarding cleanup services. …

Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup Training Course

Interested in starting a new and exciting career in biohazard remediation? Back by popular demand, Bio-Trauma 911’s …

Hoarding is a Fire & Safety Hazard

Fire departments throughout the country are routinely faced with the challenge of combating house fires that result from …