After the Disaster
Dos & Dont’s

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To see how we have helped customers with downtime to their property damage mitigation, restoration, and extensive insurance claim documentation and facilitation.

We understand that accidents and tragedy can strike in an instant and animal, viral, bacterial, fungal and microbial contamination can render a work or living are unsafe.  The longer your facility or home is exposed to these hazardous elements, the more dangerous the environment and in some cases the more damage that is done…

Our goal is to create a safe work environment, minimize downtime, reduce negative impact, and get you back to normal quickly.  That is why Full Circle Restoration will clean your facility following US EPA, CDC, and OSHA guidelines and IICRC and RIA industry accepted standards and protocols and use a combination of Hand Wiping and Electrostatic Sprayers with a US EPA Registered Disinfectant for quality cleaning and a safer work environment.

We respond immediately to your call with the assets and resources to make things happen fast including Emergency Board-up, Water Extraction, Insurance Claim Documentation & Facilitation, Dehumidification, Emergency and Deep Cleaning and other essential services.  One of our professional mitigation experts follows up with an on-site inspection and insurance claim compliant estimate(s). 

Deep Cleaning Services

 Biohazard & Trauma Services

  • Accidental Injury
  • Death-scenes
  • Crime-scenes
  • Homicide
  • Suicide
  • Bodily Fluids
  • Body Decomposition
  • Feces & Urine
  • Sewage Back-up
  • Animal Hoarding & Waste
  • Odor Removal

Bloodborne Pathogens & Infectious Diseases including:

  • C.Diff
  • COVID-19/Corona Virus
  • Infantigo
  • Listeria
  • MRSA
  • Norovirus

Need Bio/Trauma-Scene Clean-up?

The table represents a list of recent biohazard and trauma-oriented projects Full Circle has provided services for in various environments.  Due to the often graphic and sensitive nature of these projects, and out of respect for the businesses and/or families involved we have opted to not share photographic images of many of these projects. 

Other Mitigation & Remediation Services

Trained – Certified – Compliant with State Regulations

  • Trained by NIDS – National Institute of Decontamination Specialists
  • Certified by ABRA – American Bio-Recovery Association
  • Founding Member of the Georgia Bio Recovery Association
  • Compliant with State of Georgia Laws
  • Compliant with GA Department of Natural Resources-Environmental Protection Division Regulation

FCR uses a combination  of Hand Wiping and Electrostatic Sprayers with a US EPA Registered Disinfectant for quality cleaning and a safer work environment

Biohazard CAT 3 / Sewage Back-up Major ATL University Student Cafeteria Kitchen
Biohazard CAT 3 / Sewage Back-up Class A Office High-rise Restaurant/Cafe Dining
Biohazard CAT 3 / Sewage Back-up Municipal Gov’t Ctr. Mayor’s Office , Hallways & Common Areas
Biohazard CAT 3 / Sewage Back-up Major ATL Hospital Operating Rooms
Biohazard CAT 3 / Sewage Back-up Major Private ATL Univ. Healthcare – HIV/AIDs Clinic
Biohazard Fecal Matter Vandalism Class A Office @ 5,000 SF Common Areas
Biohazard Murder-Suicide Class A Office High-rise Outdoor Café/Break Area
Biohazard Suicide Attempt Major ATL University Dormitory Room
Biohazard Suicide Trauma Single Family Home Retired Pro Football Player’s Kitchen
Biohazard Suicide Trauma Multifamily Complex Bedroom & Bathroom
Biohazard Body Decomposition Multifamily High-rise Bedroom & Neighbor’s Condo
Biohazard Listeria Commercial Bakery Baked Goods Production
Biohazard MRSA Major ATL University Men’s Varsity Athletics Locker Room
Biohazard Infantigo Major ATL University Dormitory Rooms
Biohazard Pigeon Feces ATL Airport Passenger Terminals

According to the Crime Victims Compensation Program website…

“The Georgia General Assembly created the Crime Victims Compensation Program in 1988 for two primary purposes: to assist victims with expenses they incurred as a result of a violent crime and to encourage victims to participate in the criminal justice system.

Less than two years later the program helped the first victim, thanks to an initial allocation of $100,000.

In 1992, the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council became the administrative agency for the Crime Victims Compensation Program, and the program has continued to flourish and help more victims each year.

Last year, the Council awarded over $19 million to more than 6,700 people in 148 of Georgia’s 159 counties. Funds used to help victims come from four sources: probation fees, Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant, DUI fines and parole fees.”

One helpful Expense that may be covered or reimbursed is Crime Scene Sanitization: up to $1,500.

Visit the Crime Victims Compensation Program webpage for details and eligibility.

Full Circle Restoration is in no way affiliated with, nor endorsed by the Crime Victims Compensation Program.  This information and the links to the Council website are provided strictly for the convenience of our prospective and existing customers.