At ServiceMaster by Blaze, our caring and competent professionals provide a discreet and sensitive solution that you can trust. Our years of experience in the disaster restoration industry give us a unique understanding of some of the more traumatic situations that can occur in both life, and in death.
In the aftermath of a traumatic event like an accident, death, or violent crime, how do you begin to pick up the pieces? We believe that rapid response, discretion and professionalism are absolute necessities to restoring order. And, the ServiceMaster by Blaze Bio-Recovery team stands by, ready to respond and provide just that on a moment's notice - 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year.
Specially Trained and Certified
Federal laws stipulate that bio-recovery technicians must be trained to remove all signs of biological contamination. The members of our Bio-Recovery team have received extensive training and are certified to control blood-borne pathogens, utilize proper protective gear, and are equipped to handle and dispose of biological materials. Additionally, we adhere to the stringent guidelines set forth by the American Bio-Recovery Association (ABRA) regarding training, certification, ethical standards and insurance coverage. With ServiceMaster by Blaze, you get service that meets all health and OSHA regulations - tempered with integrity, professionalism and respect.
Dealing with trauma requires more than just professionalism. In that regard, we approach each situation with respect and empathy for the grief and emotion families and loved ones may be coping with. Our technicians are trained to handle sensitive questions with assurance and skill. We also provide contact information for helpful support organizations and state crime-victim assistance programs.
Our firm is locally owned and operated. The members of our Bio-Recovery Team and professional staff live within our service-area. It is because we care about the communities we serve and the people who live there, that we provide these specialized services.
Help For Victims
- Federal Office for Victims of Crime
Formally established in 1988 through an amendment to the 1984 Victims of Crime Act, the OVC provides leadership and funding on behalf of crime victims.
- Illinois Crime Victim Assistance Programs
List of programs available in the State of Illinois, administered through Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office.
- Iowa Department of Justice Crime Victims Compensation Programs
Programs available in the State of Iowa, administered through Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller's office.