New Haven & Berlin, CT Area
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Call Aftermath for crime scene cleanup, trauma cleaning, death cleanup, or suicide cleanup, in and around New Haven, CT. Our Connecticut State Headquarters, located at 88 East Commerce Street in Berlin, Connecticut, services homes and businesses in the surrounding towns and suburbs, including Meriden, Newtown, Waterbury, Middletown, Hamden, and Naugatuck.
Aftermath’s New Haven crime scene cleaners are trained and experienced in handling a wide variety of biohazardous situations, such as industrial accidents, tear gas, blood spills, hoarding and unattended deaths. Our caring and compassionate field technicians are sensitive to the trauma that families are experiencing, and they protect your privacy with the use of discreetly marked vehicles. Read More
Satisfied Customers in and around New Haven, CT
“Justin and Paul were completely professional and attentive to our situation and needs. I am completely satisfied with the services Justin and Paul provided to me and my family”
– Jim G., New Britain, CT
“Chris and Crew were the best. He was very professional, explained what was being done, and made me feel at ease. They worked very hard and did a great job.”
– Albert J., Middletown, CT
“Chris and team were extremely professional, caring and competent in delivering the services provided. They gave us peace of mind during such a tragically horrific time in our families lives. We sincerely appreciate the care, attention to detail and high customer service provided. Thank you, Chris and Team!”
– Ann R., Waterbury, CT
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the New Haven, CT Area
Many death scenes are limited to a single area, but a violent death such as a homicide can have a widespread effect on an entire home. Following a tragic incident in Bristol, Connecticut, Aftermath technicians were faced with serious challenges during cleanup. Upon entering the home, the crew immediately noticed blood on the kitchen floor and on cabinets, walls, and other surfaces. There was also a pool of biological fluids in the living room.
Because of the age of the home, technicians were concerned that the kitchen floor might contain asbestos. They cleaned the walls and surfaces of the cabinets while waiting for the floor to be tested. In the living room, the seams of the hardwood flooring were found to be contaminated. Using a reciprocating saw, a 4’x3′ section of hardwood flooring was cut away. When word came back that the kitchen floor was free of dangerous substances, the crew proceeded with caution, using a pry bar to remove the affected tiles as needed. In the end, Aftermath helped prepare the home for remodeling by returning it to a clean, sanitary state.