Biohazard Cleanup & Trauma

Drug & Biohazard Remediation

Hazardous substances and
chemical cleanup by trained professionals.

Crime Scene Cleanup

Let us ease your burden with comprehensive remediation

BloodSpill Cleanup

Proper training is required to fully disinfect a blood spill.

Rodent Droppings

Complete removal decontamination and disinfection.

Virus/Bacteria Disinfection

Be proactive and disinfect today. We can help you.

Mold Remediation

When the unexpected
happens microbial growth
may occur.

Suicide Cleanup

We aim to help by cleaning
with discretion and

Decomposition /Undiscovered Death

When the unexpected
happens, we are here for you.

Sewage Backups

Our rapid response times aid us in these cleanups.

COVID-19 Cleanup

Stay safe and sanitized in the face of the pandemic.

Homeless Encampmen Cleanup

A vital service to the community, but done with compassion.

Medical Waste

We offer medical waste disposal and train others on its safe handling.

Biohazard Cleanup & Trauma

4PRO Restoration specializes in remediation and site cleanup for crime, trauma, and biohazard incident scenes. We are your crime scene experts for local law enforcement agencies, property managers, and local communities to provide the most efficient and superior services possible.

4PRO Crime and Biohazard Cleanup Services

We provide our services to families facing a variety of scenarios, including:

  • Crime Scenes
  • Bodily fluids and tissue cleanup
  • Decontamination of chemicals like tear gas
  • Suicide, homicide, and accidental death scene cleanup and decontamination
  • Drug/meth lab cleanup
  • Airborne pathogen and blood cleanup
  • Infectious disease, viral and microbial site decontamination
  • Hoarding and animal infestation cleanup, including odor and rubbish removal

During these circumstances, 4PRO Restoration professionals will address any of your concerns in a respectful and approachable manner. You can trust our team to answer questions and complete the cleanup in a timely manner so that you can feel safe again in your home.

Category 1 -
Clean Water

Category 1 water intrusions are the result of compromised sanitary water supply lines. In order for a situation to remain Category 1, water must not have sat in a structure for more than 72 hours, and materials affected must be clean and well maintained

Category 2
Toilet Overflows, Washer Leaks

Toilet Overflows, Washer Leaks, Water Entering from Below Grade
Water that contains a significant degree of chemical, biological and/or physical contamination is said to be Category 2. If the water source was originally Category 1, the water will degrade to Category 2 after 72 hours. When water is a Category 2, it will become a Category 3 after 48 hours.

Category 3 - Sewer Backup, Flood Waters

When water intrusion results from a grossly unsanitary source, carries disease causing agents, or when water has dwelled in a structure for more than 120 hours, it is said to be Category 3. Regardless of the initial source, water can be deemed Category 3 if it is allowed to dwell in the structure for five days.

The Water Damage Restoration Process

When you call to 4PRO’S to come and help with water damage in your home or business, you can expect a full-service treatment. We work hard to ensure that we return everything to as close to the way it was before the damage as possible. The following are the seven steps of the process.

Step 1: Initial Contact

The first step of the process is when you contact us. For emergency situations, you can call us at 720-355-6962

 Alternatively, contact us using our online form. We provide 24/7/365 response. So, even if you are having a water damage emergency in the middle of the night, you can count on us to come as quickly as possible.

 During the initial call, our specialist will discuss the situation with you and determine what needs to happen. With water damage, speed is often essential. So, we will promptly dispatch a technician to your home or business.

 Some of the questions you may be asked include getting your contact information, your insurance information, the address of the damaged home or business, a short description of the situation and damage and whether there is electricity available. 

 We ask these questions so that our technicians can get right to work upon arrival. Don’t worry if you don’t know the full extent of the damage, we will do our own inspection.

Step 2: Inspection and Assessment

During this step, our technician(s) will arrive at your home or business and inspect the water damaged area. Our team members are expertly trained to thoroughly assess both the problem causing the water and the level of damage. You can assist with this process by answering questions about plumbing, water shutoff valves and other aspects of your home or business. These are the elements of this water remediation step:

  • Assess Safety
    The first step is to ensure safety. In particular, they will determine if there is a risk of electrocution. If there is significant water and/or it is near electrical wiring, the technician may need to shut off the power to the area or structure. Additionally, if the damage is very severe, the technician may need to ensure that the area is structurally secure enough for work.
  • Identify Source
    Next, they will identify where the water is coming from. This includes stopping any additional water from entering the area by shutting it off.
  • Assess the Water
    Once the area is safe the water is shut off, the technician will examine the water. This includes determining whether the water is contaminated. This assessment determines some of the specifics of the remediation process.
  • Assess the Water Damage
    During this stage, the technician will also assess the extent of the damage. This includes checking for additional safety concerns such as lead or asbestos.
  • Other Inspections
    Finally, the technician will check for any situation-specific concerns. For example, he or she may identify and move any furniture that may cause rust stains on carpets.

Step 3: Water Removal

After the inspection, the next step is to remove the water. By thoroughly extracting the water, our technicians help to ensure that the drying process is faster and more complete. This is essential for minimizing the risk of mold and secondary water damage.

 We use a combination of submersible pumps, industrial-strength wet vacuums, dehumidifiers and water analysis tools to ensure optimal performance. In addition to our expertise, our access to proper equipment helps us to offer results that are simply not attainable through DIY or working with a non-specialist.

 During this process, we also continue to perform inspections as we get greater access and a clearer picture of the damage. We work quickly to help minimize the risks associated with sitting water.

Step 4: Area Drying

Following the water removal, there is still the challenge of dampness soaked into walls, floors and furniture. Water retained in these can cause warping, swelling and other damage. Additionally, anything that is damp for an extended period can start to grow mold.

 To combat this, we use industrial-strength dehumidifiers. We have specialized tools that can help us remove dampness from the air as well as from specific items such as floors and walls. Additionally, we constantly monitor the progress using specialized tools to ensure that the process is proceeding correctly.

Step 5: Cleaning

Once the affected area is dry, there is likely still some dirt, odor and microbes that need to be taken care of. This is especially true if the water was contaminated.

We will sanitize all affected areas using antimicrobial and antibacterial treatments. Our most significant priority in water damage restoration is making sure the area is safe. Proper sanitization is a key part of them.

 Additionally, we will assess all the affected items to determine what can be cleaned and restored. We try to save as much as possible using dry cleaning, wet cleaning, abrasive scrubs and more. When necessary, we will also dispose of refuse.


Step 6: Water Damage Mitigation

The final remediation step is to repair the damage caused by the water as much as possible. This should start right after the cleaning process is done. We are able to provide some repairs to minor building damage. Additionally, our technicians can help with emergency services such as boarding up, tarping, moving and fencing off affected areas and items.

 A contractor may be required to repair more significant structural damage if it has occurred. We can help you find the right help and provide a detailed assessment to help ensure the success of rebuilding.

Step 7: Project Completion

Finally, we will conclude the project by making sure all your concerns about water damage are addressed. We will walk through the assessment and explain exactly what has been done. Additionally, we will answer any questions you may have about what comes next. We know that water damage can be a stressful and concerning experience. So, we are committed to making it as easy as possible for you.