Death and unattended death scenes can emotionally traumatize those that suddenly discover a decomposing corpse, and blood and bodily fluids are dangerous bio hazards that pose a health risk to those exposed. Due to their gruesome nature, death cleanup and unattended death cleanup are further complicated when a crime has been committed. Whether the person is recently deceased or has been dead for several days or months, it is critically important to call a professional death cleanup provider. Aftermath’s experts are prepared to handle death cleanup every step of the way, and we offer additional support and guidance to help those affected by tragedy to begin their path to recovery.
Left exposed to the elements, a dead body decomposes very quickly, and few are emotionally prepared for the sights and odors that accompany a death cleanup scene. When someone dies alone it’s termed an “unattended death”, and it may be several days or months before the body is found creating foul odors.
Aftermath provides the following types of death scene cleanup services
- Crime Scene Clean Up
- Blood Clean Up
- Bio Recovery Service
- Homicide Cleanup
- Suicide Clean Up
- Trauma Cleanup
- Hoarding Clean Up
- Biohazard Cleanup
- After Death Clean Up
Crime and Death Scene Cleaning
Sometimes a death clean up scene may be the result of a criminal act. If so, our trained technicians will clean up after death and will work with law enforcement to make sure any evidence is recovered properly. We quickly begin the death clean up process by establishing a communication plan and assessing the scope of work. Below are some of the key steps we take to ensure your total customer satisfaction.
- Use personal protection equipment, (PPE)
- Arrive in an unmarked vehicle to protect your privacy
- Remove any furniture, flooring or wall coverings that may have been contaminated
- Scour the crime and death cleaning area to remove any blood stains
- Disinfect with a commercial grade cleaning solution to stop the spread of infection from blood borne pathogens and decomposed body parts
- Apply commercial grade deodorizers to remove foul odors
- Safely dispose and transport all bio hazards in compliance with federal and state law
- Provide insurance assistance in the event a claim can be made
Call a Professional Death Clean up Company You Can Trust
We understand how the emotional trauma associated with crime and death scene cleaning can last long after the initial shock of discovery is over and our technicians leave the scene. For a family member, friend or employee, the trauma can become emotionally overwhelming and can lead to serious mental consequences. We often connect our customers with counseling professionals skilled in helping those suffering from emotional trauma cope with suicide, homicide or unattended death.
If you need assistance with death clean up, call us any time day or night at (888) 933-3955, and we will dispatch a team to your location. A live operator is standing by and can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. In most cases we can arrive at your location in a few hours.