Crime Scene Clean Up You Can Trust
We specialize in providing one-on-one attention to our customers during death cleanup services. We understand that the situation you’re facing is traumatizing, and we know how important attention to detail and kindness are. We help you through this difficult time by providing compassionate care while we’re working. Joe’s team will take a comprehensive estimate of the biohazard in the area to be cleaned, thoroughly clean and disinfect the area, and then complete a final audit to ensure that no item is left behind.
Chandlers County’s Most Responsive Crime Scene Cleanup Company
A Message From Our Owner
As licensed professionals in biohazard cleanup, hoarding cleanup, and reconstruction, we are here to help you with all of your cleaning needs. The city of Chandler is special to us. It is our community too. Our specialties include biohazard cleanup, crime scene cleanup, homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, unattended death cleanup, decomposition cleanup, blood cleanup, infectious disease cleanup, hoarding cleanup, bacteria testing, and restorations.
We strive to operate with integrity, with professionalism and with a quiet discretion.
We strive to be your good guys!
Chandler Crime Scene Cleanup
In Chandler, police organizations, aid organizations, and health care workers have recommended Joe’s AZ-Bio to people in need. Our reputation for quality service gives our customers assurance that their situation is being dealt with thoroughly and with attention to detail. If you are in need of cleanup services in Chandler, please call us today.
Recent Blog Posts
Ozone characteristics make it an extremely powerful disinfection and odor treatment tool that is safer and more effective than even the most powerful cleaners like bleach.
While the majority of Joe’s Az-Bio customers can visually see the good job, we do cleaning and sanitizing, others have requested to see quantitative numerical test results as proof of disinfection. This is especially relevant during the COVID era of cleaning. The test that we use most often is the ATP test.
This important article by our very own engineering student, Cole Barnett from ASU, will explain the do’s and don’ts when it comes to cleaning chemicals for dead body, blood and suicide cleaning.