Phoenix, AZ Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Tragedies can strike anytime, in any place. How do you handle the difficult and dangerous cleanup that follows? At Aftermath, we have been remediating contaminated areas and crime scenes since 1996. Whether you are faced with suicide cleanup, hoarding cleanup, unattended death cleanup, or other trauma scene cleaning, our technicians will provide fast, effective biohazard cleaning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As the only nationwide provider of specialty cleaning services, we are there whenever and wherever you need us. So give us a call today, and discover how professional crime scene cleaning can help protect the health of your home…and your family.
We provide crime cleanup throughout Arizona 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Phoenix, AZ including Oro Valley, Sahuarita, Marana, Tucson and all the surrounding areas.
Satisfied Customers in and around Phoenix, AZ
“Between the crew of Mike & Eric, I am totally and completely satisfied. They went above and beyond and made sure a trying situation went as smoothly as possible. Very pleased with the responsiveness and professionalism.”
– Adam W., Scottsdale, AZ
“Mark was very compassionate and very good with the family. Thank you so much.”
– Terry O., Surprise, AZ
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Phoenix, AZ Area
In some situations, when a loved one dies, the victim’s family can be held legally responsible for cleaning up the death in accordance with state and federal health and safety laws. It can be difficult to understand what regulations apply to a particular incident, especially if it occurs on private property. When in doubt, it is always better to trust a licensed, insured professional.
A teenager from Phoenix, Arizona, committed suicide in his car while it was parked in a friend’s garage. Fortunately, the family hired an Aftermath team to remediate the vehicle. Noticing that blood and other fluids were also present on the floor of the garage, a knowledgeable technician notified the family that they could face expensive fines if any of the bio fluids from the garage floor wound up in surrounding storm drains. According the Aftermath’s research, the potential fines were much higher than the total cost of cleanup for both the car and the garage. In the end, the family opted to have both the car and the surrounding area fully cleaned, potentially avoiding legal complications as well as the additional trauma of having to revisit the cleanup process.