• Corna Virus Cleaning

    Crime & Trauma Cleaning now conducts COVID-19 (Corona Virus) cleaning and disinfecting for offices, schools, workplaces, pubs/clubs, and Government buildings. Our professional chemical cleaning team will meet or exceed the standards set by the "US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention".

  • Trauma Cleaning

    Chemical residues & lab wastes that are left behind at a former meth lab, can result in health problems, volatile air emissions, fires & explosions.

  • Cleaning Up Former Drug Labs

    If your property has been used by drug producers - we are the team to clean the premises. We KNOW the hidden hazards left in your home - & we are the experts to make it safe again!

  • Forensic Cleaning

    Health effects from exposure to meth, include: respiratory distress, skin & eye irritation, rash, nausea, dizziness, loss of coordination, damage to liver, kidney & central nervous system.

  • Trauma Scene Cleaner

    Crime and Trauma Cleaning are a team of experts, who are available 7 days a week for your peace of mind! Call:
    07 3806 4666

What To Do?

If you suspect your house has been used to manufacture drugs or you have received a letter from the police advising you that your house has been used for this purpose it is important that you get it professionally tested and cleaned.

“Crime and Trauma Cleaning” offer an inexpensive, on the spot test for methylamphetamine residue in the first instance.

Should cleaning of the house then be required “Crime and Trauma Cleaning” are able to instigate professional, reliable, highly trained cleaners at a reasonable cost.

Some of the services available include:

  • Airing-Out: Solvents and other chemicals may have soaked into the walls or furnishings and slowly volatilize back into the air. Proper ventilation may safely reduce contamination and decrease odour.
  • Removal: Visibly contaminated (etched or stained) sinks, bathtubs, and toilets are difficult to clean and may need to be removed and replaced. Absorbent materials, such as carpeting, drapes, furnishings, wallpaper, clothing, etc., can absorb vapours and may collect dust and powder from the chemicals involved in the manufacturing process. Some absorbent materials can be washed or cleaned if they exhibit little to no odour or staining, but many stained materials or those with odours often have to be disposed of. Crime and Trauma Cleaners will transport and dispose of such items at an approved biohazard dump site.
  • Specialised Washing: Nonporous and semi-porous surfaces (such as floors, counters, tiles, walls and ceilings) can be steam cleaned or thoroughly cleaned with a liquid solution specially designed to break down methylamphetamine and other chemical compounds. Cleaning of porous materials that are not discarded will usually consist of vacuuming followed by hot water detergent scrubbing. Non-washable materials, such as lined curtains, that are not heavily contaminated may be steam-cleaned.
  • Ventilation Systems: All air filters in the ventilation system can be cleaned and replaced, vents can also be removed and cleaned and surfaces near inlets and outlets would also be checked.
  • Encapsulation or Sealing: Interior surfaces (e.g., walls, wood flooring, ceilings, and paneling) can be painted with an oil-based paint, epoxy, or other material suitable to create a physical barrier capable of preventing volatilization of contaminants.
  • Plumbing: If staining is noted around sinks, toilets or tubs, or if a strong chemical odour is coming from household plumbing, the plumbing system will be flushed and tested to reduce the concentration of residual chemicals.
  • Reporting/ Testing/ Re-testing: Crime and Trauma Cleaning will test all exposed surfaces and have all samples independently tested by a qualified lab technician in the USA