Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Aftermath’s team of discreet, professional crime scene cleaners have been handling sanitization of contaminated areas and crime scenes since 1996. Biohazard situations such as unattended death cleanup, blood spills, suicide cleanup and other trauma scenes can be difficult and dangerous. Our technicians are available 24/7, in Modesto and throughout California, to provide you with the best in specialized remediation services.
We provide crime cleanup throughout California 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Modesto, CA including Bystrom, Empire, Shackleford, McHenry and all the surrounding areas.
Satisfied Customers in and around Modesto, CA
“From our initial phone call with the dispatcher to Brian to Sarah and her amazing crew, we were treated with compassion, understanding, and professionalism.”
– Jason D., Angels Camp, CA
“Aftermath make the best out of a very difficult situation. Wonderful people, professional and compassionate.”
– Lawrence A., Burson, CA
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Modesto, CA Area
As part of the three-stage biowash process, Aftermath technicians may encounter a variety of unique scenarios which require ingenuity and elbow grease, as well as a strong knowledge of cleaning and sanitization procedures. All of these came together when a Modesto, California family experienced the unimaginable: a relative passed away in her home and the tragic death went undiscovered for several days. Trained Aftermath technicians responded to the family’s request for remediation and arrived at the home to investigate the damage.
In the bedroom where the deceased was found, the bed was heavily impacted by decomposition. When an object is too large to fit in approved medical waste containers, technicians must disassemble the item to separate out the contaminated elements. After removing the bedding, technicians sectioned away portions of the mattress one layer at a time using a utility knife, and disposed of the affected materials as medical waste. As each layer was removed, photos were taken to document the damage and the work performed. Technicians finally disassembled the mattress springs using bolt cutters to ensure all biological material was removed.