ABT Cleans Again in Baltimore!

Working at ABT, I often get a glimpse behind the curtain at the darkest facets of humanity We are a curious species, capable of beautiful acts of love on one hand, and on the other, we can be unimaginably cruel and wicked. Never is this part of the human condition more apparent than when I am called upon to cleanup the aftermath of a homicide. One of the most recent cases I took on also happened to be one of the most heinous I've handled to date. One man's desire for freedom and money would end with the deaths of two innocent people... and would leave two families searching for answers. It can be a shock to a family coping with the unexpected death of a loved one, particularly in the wake of a gruesome murder, to learn that they are now responsible for cleaning up the terrible evidence of…

ABT Cleans Up Infectious Diseases in Baltimore

Call The Professionals at ABT When an accident or trauma has occurred at a home, industrial site, or traffic scene a professional cleaning service is crucial. Advanced Bio Treatment has the experience in all types of trauma and accident scenes and have the equipment and trained professional staff available at all times to deal with any situation. On occasion we are contacted to do a cleanup that doesn't involve some terrible tragedy. Sometimes we are called to restore a location after a natural event which takes place in an unnatural setting. Of course I'm referring to the messy process of an unexpected arrival. And I do mean unexpected. The call came in on a Monday, as they often do, to our Baltimore, Maryland office. The caller identified himself as the father of a young woman who had just welcomed her first child into the world... in the bathroom of her…

Hoarding in Baltimore

Hoarding 101 Compulsive hoarding is a mental disorder that can devastate lives and property. Personal belongings become mixed with garbage and waste until living areas are unsanitary. Rooms become unusable as refuse piles up on tables, countertop, and floors. In the case of animal hoarding, animals may roam about contributing feces and increasing the chance of biohazardous conditions. A short time ago I took a call from a homeowner who was in an absolute panic. Apparently the older man and his wife had an investment property in a middle class suburb just outside of Baltimore, Maryland. A couple of years ago they had leased the home to a middle aged woman and her teenage daughter. Everything had appeared to be normal and rent was never late, so the homeowners settled into a comfortable routine... until they received a phone call of their own from the local authorities who thought it…