BioHelpers, crime scene cleanup New Jersey division is readily available to serve 24/7.
Within 2 to 4 hours, our highly trained experts in New Jersey can arrive at the scene. We’ll make the initial damage assessment, take photos throughout the process of restoring your location to the original state. Also, we’ll help you submit a claim to the insurance firm.
Unlike other services, Bio Helpers cleaning utilizes special training to remove bio-hazards like bodily fluids and blood properly. We apply the ATP test to find out growing microorganisms and then eliminate all harmful bacteria from the crime scene so that you can have a great new start.
What Does Bio Helpers of New Jersey Do?
We’ve created and practiced innovative methods to clean, deodorize and sanitize any crime scene quickly and effectively. Our client base includes offices, schools, individual residences, medical facilities, hotels, apartment buildings, and crimes scenes.
We always understand that the situation in a crime scene is often heartbreaking and traumatic. Therefore, our skilled technicians are specially trained to be tactful and compassionate by entering or exiting the location as quietly and quickly as possible. We only ask the essential questions to finish a professional cleanup and are responsive to the needs of affected people in the incidents. What’s more, our expert will make sure that you would understand the cleanup process and answer any question or concern before getting started.
Who Do Bio Helpers Serve?
We are pleased to work with everyone in New Jersey and the surrounding regions. Feel free to contact us no matter if your incident is too small or too big. Our service covers everything, from biohazard waste, blood, hazardous waste, bodily fluids, fire, feces, sewage, and much more.
Service Done Right The First Time!
All of our bio-cleaning services are completely guaranteed. If you notice any mess after our services, we are willing to come back later and finish the task at no charges. However, it is unusual for us to hear complaints from previous clients about our services as the top priority of Bio Helpers is to ensure a clean location for the first time.
New Jersey Crime Scene Cleanup by BioHelpers
When any unexpected incidents occur, BioHelpers in New Jersey is always ready to help you at all times. Our team of experienced and skilled experts have already assisted thousands of business and families all over the country by offering quick, efficient bio-cleaning and sanitation services.
BioHelpers perform anything, from unattended death cleaning, suicide cleanup, as well as another biohazard remediation. Even in the most challenging cases, you can put your trust on our professionals to deliver unmatched assistance, with compassion and care. Feel free to call us any time so that we can support your family to get back to the normal life.
We always meet or exceed safety and health standards required by federal and local authorities, including the OSHA and EPA. As OSHA regulations require biological fluids to be treated as bio-hazards, particularly in commercial areas, BioHelpers’ technicians can safely remove and get rid of the tainted boards and boxes at your requests.
New or Traveling to New Jersey?
Located in the Northeastern region of the United States, New Jersey is a peninsula state which bordered by New York state on the east and north; by the Atlantic Ocean on the south, southeast, and east; and by Delaware on the southwest.
The first inhabitants in New Jersey were Native Americans in 2800 years ago. It was not until the 17th century when the Swedes and Dutch established the first settlements in this region. During the American War of Independence in the 18th century, there were a few decisive battles happening in this state.
According to the US Census Bureau, New Jersey was the 4th-smallest but the 11th-most populous state, with approximately 8.95 million people as of 2017. This made it the most densely populated state in the United States. By median household income in 2016, New Jersey was the 3rd-wealthiest state.
New Jersey residents are commonly called the “New Jerseyites” or “New Jerseyans”. The racial makeup in this state was:
- 68.7% White American
- 17.7% Latino or Hispanic
- 13.6% African American
- 8.2% Asian American
- 0.4% Native American
- 9.1% other races
When it comes to religion, the largest denomination in New Jersey is the Roman Catholic Church with about 3,235,000; Islam with 160,600; the United Methodist Church with 139,000.
Crime Scene Statistics in New Jersey
According to a report by FBI in 2017, crime statistics in New Jersey indicated an overall downward trend based on the data collected over the past 15 years. In overall, the property and violent crime was gradually decreasing, which contrasted starkly with the rest of the US when violence increased in the large part.
It is expected that the crime rate in New Jersey in 2018 will be lower than in 2017 as its violent crime and property crime rate was also lower than the average national rate by 38.4% and 36.9%, respectively.
The number of crime incidents occurred in New Jersey in 2016 was as follows:
- Aggravated assault: 11,104
- Burglary: 25,283
- Manslaughter and murder: 372
- Manslaughter and murder: 372
- Violent crime: 21,913
- Property crime: 138,151