Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Cleaning your home or business after a tragedy can be a difficult and even dangerous process. Aftermath provides blood cleanup and crime scene cleanup for residential, commercial and industrial properties anywhere in the Orlando, FL, area, such as Oak Ridge, Ocoee, Winter Park, Pine Hills, Conway, Southeast Orlando, Bay Hill and all the surrounding areas.
Aftermath’s Orlando staff is available to help in a wide variety of specialty cleaning situations, including industrial accident cleanup, tear gas cleanup, hoarding cleanup, and suicide cleanup. Our field technicians are experienced in handling the emotional as well as the technical challenge of cleaning and remediating biohazardous situations. Read More
Satisfied Customers in and around Orlando, FL
"Aftermath has been most accommodating. Everyone I spoke with, Greg in Chicago, and William in Florida were both very sensitive to our needs. Everything was well explained. They were always easily accessible and available. I would recommend your company to anyone. Highly commend both Greg and William."
– Janet M., Port Orange, FL
"The circumstances requiring your teams use were horrible but they were very professional and took all the burden off us to deal with this matter we were very pleased with the job they did. We are so grateful they were there when we needed it."
– Ann T., Jacksonville, FL
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Orlando, FL Area
First responders can provide invaluable information following a violent crime or death. As professional crime scene cleaners, Aftermath maintains a strong relationship with the law enforcement community. When a shootout occurred in the breezeway of an apartment complex in Orlando, Florida, building management turned to police, who recommended Aftermath. Technicians responding to the scene noted two pools of biological fluids on either side of the breezeway. There were also droplets on left wall, on the ceiling, and on the floor. The crew removed all visible traces of bio and then cleaned and treated the area to prevent bacterial growth. Before concluding their work, they tested the surfaces to verify no contamination remained. Management was presented with a certificate of sanitation, which helped reassure them that the space was again safe for regular use.