Port Saint Lucie, FL Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
When tragedy strikes, the responsibilities can overwhelming, even with the support of many friends and family. At Aftermath, we understand that biohazard cleanup is just one of the matters on your mind. Since 1996, Aftermath’s compassionate team of professional technicians have assisted thousands nationwide. We are available 24/7, providing unattended death cleanup, suicide cleanup, tear gas remediation, hoarding cleanup, and other trauma scenes. We know it’s important to protect both your home and your family. Call today, and learn how professional crime scene cleaners can help you onto the road to recovery.
We provide crime cleanup throughout Florida 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Port St. Lucie including Carlton, White City, Eden, and all the surrounding cities such as Fort Lauderdale and Tallahassee.
Satisfied Customers in and around Port Saint Lucie, FL
“At a time of great sadness and emotional distress Aftermath was there. After three days with Wally, Charlie and Jim they were like family. They were kind, considerate and very professional doing there job. They did everything they could to assist me in a very difficult situation. They are truly an asset to your company. On behalf of my family, thank you and God bless.”
– Harold S., FL
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Port St. Lucie Area
(Port Saint Lucie, FL)
An unattended death is a situation where a death goes undiscovered for days, or even weeks, after it occurs. Cleaning the home after this kind of tragedy can be a difficult and even dangerous task. Hiring a professional cleanup company like Aftermath is the best way to mitigate the risks posed by bloodborne viruses and bacteria. When a Port St. Lucie man passed away, a relative called Aftermath. The deceased had passed away nearly a month before he was found, and the family needed help remediating the home before they could decide what to do with the property. Upon entering the home, technicians found biological matter in the kitchen at the front door, which continued into the hallway. There were also fluids on the floor of the bathroom. Technicians removed all carpeting from the hallway area and disposed of it in a bio container. The laminate floor in the kitchen was also removed. In some places, the subflooring was also impacted. Using a circular saw, technicians cut away the affected areas, then cleaned and sanitized the rest of the residence until all surfaces were safe and the home was ready for remodeling.