Fort Smith, AR
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Biohazard situations such as unattended death cleanup, blood spills, suicide cleanup and other trauma scenes are difficult and dangerous. Aftermath’s team of professional and courteous crime scene cleaners are ready at all times to remediate your situation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have been handling sanitization of contaminated areas and crime scenes since 1996.
We provide crime cleanup throughout Arkansas 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Fort Smith, AR including Van Buren, Eastgate, Midland, Belle Chasse and all the surrounding areas.
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Fort Smith, AR Area
(Fort Smith, AR)
Cleaning a home following a murder or suicide is a difficult job for anyone. If the victims were family members, then the emotional impact of the task may be too great a burden for most to bear. Furthermore, if biological materials are not properly cleaned up, they can damage not only the home’s value, but the health of future occupants as well. For these reasons, it can be beneficial to retain a professional bioremediation company to clean the death scene.
Following a tragic situation in Fort Smith, Arkansas, one family opted to have Aftermath remediate their residence. One of the decedents passed away in the dining room, where biological fluids had affected the tiled floors and the carpet in the connected living room. Technicians removed the saturated carpet and several tiles in the dining area to verify that the contamination had not spread to the subfloor beneath. An office was also heavily affected, which required the walls and floors to be cleaned and sanitized. There was also minor damage to an adjoining bathroom wall and a door leading from the office into the bath. Technicians removed the material around the holes on either side and through the wall, to be certain all traces of biological matter were fully eliminated. Once the remediation was complete, an Aftermath supervisor remained on site to better explain to the contractor what repairs would be necessary to fully restore the home to a habitable state.