Crime Scene Clean Up

November 17, 2006 by Chuck | 8 Comments

This business can be RUN from your home in the sense of taking the calls, doing the books, etc. but to make money, you’ve got to spend time in the field.

It’s Crime Scene Clean Up.

There are approximately 170 companies specializing in this in the country.

When there’s a crime and the “Crime Scene Investigators” leave, these are the people who wade into the biological hazards left behind and clean them up.

If you like watching “CSI” shows, you don’t throw up working around blood, maggots, and stench… this might be the ideal way for you to make money.

Cleaning up after murders, suicides, and other deaths requires some special precautions against picking up deadly blood borne diseases.

If there’s a silver lining to the misery that makes you money in this field, it’s the fact that the money for these expensive clean ups come from home owners or property insurance usually. It’s not like you’re pursuing grieving relatives for cash.

Your primary expense besides know-how to get into this business is equipment, biohazard suits, a van, and then getting the word out to insurance companies that you’re available.

If you’ve got the guts, this business may give you the glory – or cash – you seek.

 

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  • Aimee on April 4th, 2007 at 8:46 pm

    Well, I have been interested in this type of job since I was about 16. I have worked in the medical field for awhile, and been around the medical field all my life. BUT, I went on the Amdecon website tonight, and it says they are no longer offering training to the public. ONLY as a franchise… so how on earth do they expect people like me who are SERIOUS to get trained and into a clean up job. :o ( Makes me sad.

  • Ashleigh on May 11th, 2007 at 5:24 pm

    Hi I am also interested in this field I have worked in the medical field and also in a funeral home, I wanted to know if some one is hiring for Clean up tech and will help train

  • Charlie Moore on May 16th, 2007 at 4:57 am

    Crime Clean of Texas, Crime and Trauma scene Cleaning has been in full time operation since 1995. Most companies last less than a year.In San AntonioTexas the number of people doing crime scene cleanup exceed the number of Deaths per day. Some Companies sell Training or franchises -get rich quick plans, to supplement company income. Many of these So called experts are new to the field of CSC. Many markets are saturated, but they will still take your money.
    http://www.CrimeCleanofTexas.com

  • cindy perry on January 31st, 2008 at 4:06 pm

    I have always wanted to be in this field of work. Will someone help me get into this field of work

  • PATRICIA MC CULLOUGH on March 18th, 2008 at 11:09 pm

    I AM VERY INTERESTED IN CRIME SCENE CLEAN UP AS A POSSIBLE NEW BUISNESS START FOR MYSELF

  • PATRICIA MC CULLOUGH on March 18th, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    I AM VERY INTERESTED IN CRIME SCENE CLEAN UP AS A POSSIBLE NEW BUISNESS START FOR MYSELF ALSO THERE SEEMS TO BE A VERY OPEN FIELD AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME AND COULD BE QUITE COMPETITIVE.

  • Brian R. Moister on March 26th, 2008 at 10:57 am

    Well People, the man above is correct. Some people do sell bad information. I am a licensed funeral director in MA & FL, worked at a Medical Examiner’s office performing autopsies,
    and harvested organs and tissue as well. I know the death business inside out. I strarted Bio-Clean services in 2001 and now make a pretty good living. The fact is do to the good money to be made, nobody wants competition. I’ll tell you what, I will send anyone interested every little detail on starting this business including documents, proceedures, tips and tricks on getting a business going. I can even show you how to intercept your competition and get the calls before them. I will also offer 1 yr. on line support with my package. But I am not going to do it for free. $2500 and I will get your business
    rolling step by step. I will include every secret to ensure lowest possible start up costs. and help you create relationships to keep your overhead to almost peanuts. You want it, I’m your man.
    Email me. Biocleanservices@comcast.net

  • CHARLOTTE BEALS on April 8th, 2008 at 1:39 pm

    I would like to learn more about becoming a Crime Scene cleaner. Need to know where to go or who to contact for training.

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