Little Rock & Sherwood, AR Area
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Aftermath offers professional and caring crime scene cleanup and biohazard cleaning services in Little Rock and throughout Arkansas. From our headquarters, located just outside of Little Rock at 4100 E. Kiehl Avenue in Sherwood, we send teams to Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff, Bentonville, or anywhere in the state.
Aftermath understands that not only are homicide cleanups, unattended death cleanups or industrial accident cleanups traumatic for families and business owners, they can also be dangerous and difficult to clean. Our Little Rock crime scene cleaners are trained in the soft skills of dealing with emotional situations; they are also trained and certified in blood cleanup and biohazard removal, which is necessary to prevent the spread of bloodborne pathogens such as HIV, Hepatitis, Swine Flu, and other viruses, molds and bacteria. After completely remediating the scene, our technicians will dispose of biohazardous materials according to all applicable laws. Read More
Satisfied Customers in and around Little Rock, AR
“Very pleased, very polite and professional.”
– Terry M., Searcy, AR
“The crew was very professional and very polite; very thorough. It was very nice to deal with them in such a traumatic event in our life.”
– Cindy H., Arkansas
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Little Rock, AR Area
(Hot Springs, Arkansas)
Picking up the pieces following a violent death can be difficult, no matter what form it takes. In cases where a suicide has occurred, long-term effects on the mental and emotional state of the surviving family members can be of serious concern. Furthermore, unless they are aware of the dangers presented by medical waste and the reality of trauma scene clean up, relatives may face additional risks to their physical health, presented in the form of bacteria or disease. Biohazards such as blood and other bodily fluids can remain viable long after an individual’s death, and because some fluids are clear they are not easily detected visually. Professional trauma cleanup is the best possible way to handle these unfortunate situations.
A Hot Springs, Arkansas family contacted Aftermath after a relative committed suicide in the garage of the family’s home. Technicians dispatched to the scene noted a large amount of biological fluid was present on the floor, as well as on the walls, ceiling, and garage door. The affected area included a large number of personal effects and hard-to-reach places, but service specialists successfully concluded the remediation using a detailed three-step biowash. Their thoroughness contributed to the family’s recovery process by assuring their physical health and safety.
(Mountain View, Arkansas)
In Mountain View, Arkansas, one family chose to call Aftermath rather than confront a death scene cleanup on their own. A relative had passed away in the living room of his mobile home and his death went undiscovered for approximately 3 weeks. Upon entering the trailer, Aftermath technicians noted a heavy concentration of biological fluids affecting a reclining rocking chair in the living room. The carpet underneath the chair and the floor surrounding it were also affected. To make matters worse, fluids had traveled through the carpet, padding, and subfloor, and into the insulation under the subfloor. A strong odor was present in the home and the initial inspection also revealed a heavy insect infestation.
First, service technicians disassembled and disposed of the chair and removed the carpet as hazardous waste. They then used a circular saw and other tools to extract the affected flooring from the home. Technicians also employed an air scrubber to rid the residence of airborne particles, offensive odor, and other dangerous contaminants. With Aftermath’s assistance, the home was made safe enough for renovations.