Skip to content

Crime Scene Cleanup Services

Crime Scene Cleanup: A Biohazard Cleaning Service For Customers in Tennessee

At TennesseeCleanIt we provide customers in Tennessee with an array of specialized hazardous cleaning services, one of which is crime scene cleanup. A home where a homicide or murder has taken place is likely to have many hazards left on surfaces. These hazards come in the form of blood and human debris which need to be removed, surfaces need to be cleaned, and the overall area needs to be sanitized. The aftermath of a crime scene is usually quite bad and requires our specialized skillsets to properly decontaminate the home to remove the pathogens and return them to the family in a safe and sanitary condition. Although we’re called crime scene cleaners we do help with a variety of death scenes that have similar elements to a crime scene. These include suicide scenes, unattended death scenes, and medical accidents. TennesseeCleanIt provides our customers with to access our licensed trauma cleanup technicians to clean and restore their homes from these dangers.

What To Do To Get A Home Cleaned That Is a Crime Scene

Cleaning a home that has been the scene of a crime requires a systematic and professional approach to ensure thorough decontamination and restoration. When faced with this challenging situation, it’s essential to follow a comprehensive process that prioritizes safety, cleanliness, and sensitivity to the emotional impact on those involved. The best thing to do when you are dealing with having a home that is a crime scene is to contact our customer service department at the toll-free number above. We will put you in touch with one of our customer advocate specialists who will help determine if the crime scene has been released by the local authorities in your city. TennesseeCleanit’s staff has contact with local law enforcement in nearly every city in Tennessee; making this part of the process straightforward. Once we get permission to be able to access the property we can begin the containment and cleaning steps necessary to decontaminate the property.

The Common Steps Taken When Doing Crime Scene Cleanup

Navigating the Path to Restoration: How Trauma Cleaners Transform Crime Scenes

In the aftermath of a crime, the remnants left behind can be haunting, a visceral reminder of the past. At TennesseeCleanIt our trauma cleaners, are the unsung heroes of restoration, stepping into this world of sorrow, wielding a unique set of skills to cleanse and reclaim spaces marred by tragedy. With methodical precision and profound empathy, they guide homes back to a semblance of normalcy, allowing healing to flourish where once chaos reigned. When consumers work with our trauma cleanup technicians and crime scene cleaners in Tennessee they get compassionate and caring professionals dedicated to helping others. Not only do we clean the home from the aftermath of the crime scene but we also use our skills to sanitize, deodorize, and restore the home to a safe condition.

1. Assessing the Scene

The journey begins with a meticulous assessment of the crime scene. Trauma cleaners on staff or with our contractors will scrutinize every corner, each surface, and inch of space affected. Their expertise allows them to understand the scope of contamination, the nature of the biohazardous materials present, and the necessary measures to restore safety. Our trauma cleanup professionals work hard to not miss anything as leftover biohazard can cause health concerns as well as create extreme odors.

2. Coordinating with Authorities

Seamless collaboration with law enforcement is paramount. Trauma cleaners respect the ongoing investigation and work closely with authorities to ensure that evidence is collected without interference. This coordination ensures that the cleanup process unfolds only when given the green light. Through our contacts with Police Departments and other Law Enforcement in Tennessee, we are able to quickly handle the coordination effort.

3. Safety Precautions and Protective Gear

Before entering the scene, our trauma cleaners suit up in protective gear that resembles armor against unseen dangers. Gloves, masks, goggles, and full-body coveralls shield them from potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other hazardous substances. This removes many of the dangers that are faced when cleaning and removing the affected furniture and surfaces in the home.

4. Containing the Scene

Creating a contained workspace is crucial to prevent cross-contamination. The cleaners we send to your home will cordon off the affected area, an invisible barrier that safeguards other parts of the home. This containment is the first step in the intricate choreography of restoration. It protects other areas of the home from cross-contamination or spread of the hazardous materials when cleaning.

5. Removal of Biohazardous Materials

With a surgeon’s precision, trauma cleaners begin the delicate task of removing biohazardous materials. Blood, bodily fluids, and other remnants are carefully extracted from surfaces and objects, each movement measured to ensure a thorough cleanse. Through over 20 years of experience, our trauma scene cleanup technicians and crime scene cleaners have crafted the best protocols and business practices for doing this. You could say we wrote the book on crime scene cleanup.

6. Decontamination and Sanitization

Decontamination is an art that trauma cleaners wield with mastery. Armed with specialized cleaning agents, they meticulously sanitize every inch of the space. This transformative process purges the space of pathogens, erasing the traces of past incidents. Each homicide scene we clean has different difficulties we face and it is important to note that the steps we take will vary depending on circumstances and what the customer wants.

7. Eliminating Lingering Odors

Some memories linger in the air, carried by scent. Trauma cleaners employ advanced techniques to eliminate lingering odors, replacing them with freshness. This olfactory alchemy helps restore a sense of purity to the space.

8. Proper Disposal

Biohazardous materials can’t be casually discarded. Our company and contractors will adhere to strict protocols for proper disposal, ensuring that these materials are packaged, labeled, and removed following regulations to prevent any environmental or health hazards. Most often the hazardous materials can not be sent to a landfill and are commonly sent to a biohazard waste disposal facility licensed in Tennessee to handle this kind of waste and debris.

9. Verification and Testing

Before their work is complete, our trauma cleaners subject the area to meticulous testing and verification. Every surface is scrutinized to ensure it meets the required standards of cleanliness and safety.

10. Restoration

With the canvas cleansed, the final strokes of restoration are applied. Once the home is safe for other family members to return we remove all our equipment and let you know that you can return home.

11. Compassion and Sensitivity

Every action performed by trauma cleaners is imbued with empathy. Our company and cleaners understand the emotional weight that hangs heavy in these spaces. Their presence is a testament to our commitment to not just cleaning, but also caring for those who have been affected by tragedy.

In the symphony of restoration orchestrated by trauma cleaners, the notes of expertise, compassion, and respect harmonize to create a space where healing can flourish. Through our skilled hands and compassionate hearts, we transform crime scenes into environments where the past can be honored, and the future can be rebuilt. If you have a crime scene at your home that needs to be cleaned, we suggest you call us immediately and speak with a customer advocate to help explain to you more about what we can and can’t do and how we have helped many others in your area. We work throughout Tennessee and have expertise in crime scene cleanup not found with traditional cleaning companies. Find out more today by calling our toll-free number above.

Cities in Tennessee
Years of Veteran Experts in the field of Biohazard & Crime Scene Cleanup
Most of our contractors and restoration specialist live right in the communities they clean, call us today to get help.


We give Tennessee residents access to the leading crime scene cleaners and trauma cleanup technicians. By working to clean homes affected by crime, suicide, or death; we have knowledge to clean and restore a home to safe and sanitary condition.

Looking for Crime Cleanup Crew in Tennessee

Hazmat cleaners specialized and trained to clean blood up after crime scenes, suicide, and unattended death scenes



We are active 24/7 to help people nationwide to provides the most reliable cleanup services

“We got help understanding the crime scene cleanup costs for my dad’s condo in Chicago that had a suicide murder”

Martin Wheeler

“They really go above and beyond, we had a suicide and needed a lot of blood cleaned up from the apartment in Chicago. This was the only biohazard cleaners that took time to speak with us”

Mark Hudson
Double Click To Call Us