Sacramento & San Francisco Area
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Call Aftermath for professional and compassionate crime scene cleanup, homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, or trauma cleanup throughout Northern California. Our Sacramento office services homes and businesses in the surrounding cities and suburbs, including Redding, Davis, Lodi, Elk Grove, and Placer.
Northern California State Supervisor Rich Brooks and the Aftermath staff in Sacramento, CA, are available to help in a wide variety of specialty cleaning and sanitization situations, including industrial accident cleanup, tear gas removal, hoarding cleanup and large-scale decontamination. Read More
Satisfied Customers in and around Sacramento, CA
“Aftermath make the best out of a very difficult situation. Wonderful people, professional and compassionate.”
– Lawrence A, Burson, CA
“I want to thank the crew from Aftermath that was sent to clean up my parent’s house after my father’s passing. These guys drove two hours out of their way to begin work at 6:00 AM. They were fast and extremely respectful. I hope and pray I never need your type of service againhave their names to thank personally, but if I do, Aftermath is who I am calling.”
– Ralph V, San Diego, CA
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Sacramento, CA Area
Trauma scene cleanup is rarely simple. Aftermath’s dedicated service staff is experienced in a wide variety of situations, including suicides, homicides, and unattended deaths. When a friend committed suicide in his bedroom in Sacramento, California, a woman phoned Aftermath and spoke to one of our caring service team. Within a short time, trained technicians arrived onsite to begin the remediation.
In the bedroom, bedding was removed from the bed where the death occurred, exposing a pool of biological fluid on the mattress. Layer by layer, technicians disassembled the mattress to separate contaminated materials, which were disposed of as biohazardous waste. When the mattress springs were revealed, it was noted that biological fluid had leaked down to the bottom of the mattress. One technician used bolt cutters to remove the affected mattress springs, thereby allowing a second technician to cut and extract the first bottom layer of the mattress with a utility knife.
With all furniture safely removed, Aftermath technicians could effectively clean, sanitize, and deodorize the home. Their hard work helped enable survivors to return the home, knowing that all physical traces of the tragic event had been eliminated.