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Five Deadliest Communicable Diseases and What You Can Do to Stop Them

As a biohazard cleaning company, Aftermath cares about your health. This is why we’ve adopted February as Biohazard Awareness Month. This week, we’re examining the viruses and bacteria that lurk in body fluids, what we call biohazards, and how these bugs can contribute to serious disease and illnesses. Take a look at the the Five Biggest, […]

Whatcha Gonna Do? Bad Bugs and Three Things You Can Do Right Now To Stop Them

As a biohazard cleaning company, Aftermath cares about your health. This is why we’ve adopted February as Biohazard Awareness Month. This week, we’re examining the viruses and bacteria that lurk in body fluids, what we call biohazards, and how these bugs can contribute to serious disease and illnesses. The influenza virus, commonly known as “the flu,” […]

Alone on Valentines Day? Check Out These 6 Tips To Help Fight Loneliness

Though many will be spending this February 14th with a special someone, others will be facing yet another evening alone. As a species, humans require social contact with others in order to thrive. According to the National Institutes of Health, people with stronger social support networks are happier, healthier, and have a lower risk of depression. So how […]

Give Us A Hand: Gloves, PPE, and Biohazard Awareness

We often think of gloves as just something we wear to stay warm, or for odd jobs that might be difficult for bare hands. But gloves are much more than that. They are also one of the most important and common components of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that one can wear on the job. Some […]

Biohazard Awarness Month: Bloodborne Pathogens & Biohazard Cleanup

February is Biohazard Awareness Month. We’re marking the occasion by discussing topics that concern our safety and the risks we experience from bloodborne pathogens and other biohazardous sources. We’re inviting you to help us draw attention to these concerns by donning your own PPE (whether it’s boots, gloves, hard hat or a mask) and sharing your […]

Vicitim Assistance in Colorado: an Interview with COVA Director, Nancy Lewis

In the past decade, considerable progress has been made toward securing protection, rights, and resources for victims of crime. In addition to grassroots efforts by citizens and the victims themselves, organizations like the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) have been at the forefront of victims’ rights at both a state and national level. Recently, […]

Aftermath Presents K9 Grant to Alamogordo Police Department

Alamogordo is a small New Mexico town of just over 30,000, situated in the Tularosa Basin of the Chihuahuan Desert. Bordered in the east by the Sacramento Mountains and to the west by White Sands National Monument, it fills the role of county seat for Otero County. Last week, Aftermath representatives traveled to New Mexico to […]

Meet Aftermath’s Albuquerque Supervisor, Filbert Begay

Today we speak to Aftermath’s newest supervisor, Filbert Begay of Albuquerque, New Mexico. With an extensive and interesting background that touches on law enforcement, the military, and even the funeral industry, Aftermath is proud to welcome Filbert and the Albuquerque Office to our nationwide team. Home on the Range Filbert grew up on the Navajo […]

Springtime Leads to Increased Risk of Suicides

Much like the spring season itself, our lives can be tumultuous. According to a recent study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated 16.1 million adults aged 18 or older, or over 6% of the US population, have suffered at least one major depressive episode in the last year. Factually speaking, an […]

Five Winter Weather Tips for Seniors

During the summer, it’s almost impossible to escape heat warnings and persistent reminders to check on aging family and neighbors. However, in the rush of the holidays, we may forget that winter presents its own dangers. Freezing temperatures, difficult weather conditions, and the challenges of mental and physical well-being are doubly difficult for the elderly. […]

Testimonials

"Matt was very good at explaining the process. He was very respectful and compassionate and empathetic to my loss. I am very appreciative for your services."

Aileen D. - Tempe, AZ

"I am a District Director of Child Welfare Services and supervise staff who deal daily with delicate customer service issues. I know that it takes a special person who can be both professional yet caring at the same time...your company should be proud to have [employees] who can represent your company so well in these type of sensitive matters."

Nancy R. - Ponca City, OK

"My family recently had a horrible and tragic accident...my mom worked with the Aftermath staff and said that not only did they do a great job of cleaning the house, they were incredibly kind, compassionate, thoughtful and understanding in the face of a difficult and painful situation. Thank you for helping our family through this."

Maria Y. - Seattle, WA

"I cannot say enough good things about Aftermath. Two days before Christmas my brother [died, and] I called Aftermath for a clean up. From the very first person I talked to on the phone, who set me up with a coordinator in my area, to the ground crew who did the work, and finally the person who was in charge of the account invoice, every person was respectful, caring and ready to help me in anyway possible. The work that was done was outstanding... and even though the crew knew they would charge by man hours, they worked steadily and were always careful not to do anything against my wishes. The business office made sure my homeowners insurance was kept well informed. I hope no one ever has to experience what our family experienced, but if you do, you can trust Aftermath and all their employees to the best job possible. I cannot thank Aftermath enough."

Jacqulin B. - Springtown, TN

"The Aftermath team provided exceptional service to me through a difficult situation I was not prepared to handle. I was uncomfortable even entering the building in which the event occurred and [Aftermath’s] team sensed my discomfort and put me at ease. They handled both my distress and the clean up process with the utmost professionalism. They are exceedingly experienced in managing all facets of their business which includes timely arrival, description of the process, customer uneasiness, the actual clean-up, and administrative out processing. I'm grateful to Aftermath for helping me through this stressful time and am better prepared to move forward as a result of their efforts."

M.S. - Alexandria, VA

"When we didn't know where to begin the tremendous job before us after a death in the family, Aftermath was there for us. I can hardly express the gratitude we feel...for their unwavering kindness, compassion, support and understanding. They were available whenever we needed them. They worked tirelessly and thoroughly until the job was done. I have, and will continue to recommend this company to anyone with similar needs. Thank you so much!"

Jen - Bushkill, PA

"Your team quickly dispatched and arrived. Were passionate, caring, and kept us informed all through the process, and explained it in detail. Love the crew and business for being there for us. Thank you so much."

Penny R. - Staunton, VA

"Marcello was the first to arrive and was very kind during such a difficult time. He took care of everything with the insurance company and just took care of the whole situation for us. It was such a relief to know we didn't have to worry about anything. Two other ladies arrived later to help with the cleanup. I wish I knew their names. I had to leave but my mom stayed and said that they were great. Everyone worked hard through the night. I saw the house the next morning and I was surprised at what they were able to accomplish. Everything was completely taken care of. It looked like nothing had happened."

Lisa B. - Alpharetta, GA

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