Oswego, IL
Crime Scene Clean-Up


Professional & Compassionate Service

Since 1996, Aftermath Services has provided quality professional biohazard cleaning to families and businesses nationwide. Our dedicated staff of technicians are available 24/7 to help in a wide variety of specialty sanitization situations, including unattended death cleanup, suicide cleanup, hoarding cleanup, and tear gas remediation. Our high standards of cleaning and sanitation will help give you peace of mind during a difficult time. Give us a call today to learn more.

We provide crime cleanup throughout Illinois 24/7/365.

We service neighborhoods in and around Oswego, IL including Aurora, Montgomery, Boulder Hill, Elburn and all the surrounding areas.

Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Oswego, IL Area

(Oswego, IL)

An Oswego company contacted Aftermath after an employee committed suicide in a work van. Due to the nature of the death, the van was held by law enforcement for several weeks. When it was released back to the company, the business owners determined that a full cleanup was the most cost effective way to handle the situation. Investigating the vehicle, Aftermath technicians reported biological debris throughout the entire van, and a foul odor consistent with decomposition.

As the entire vehicle was impacted, technicians worked from several different areas at once. In the front driver’s cabin, the severely damaged seats were removed, and the doors, windows, and dashboards were all cleaned and decontaminated. Finally, the floor was washed and treated. Meanwhile, another technician removed, inspected and cleaned all items in the cargo area, then cleaned and sanitized the back of the van. The coordinated efforts of the Aftermath team helped prepare the van for final repairs, and an eventual return to service.

Services Related to Crime Clean Up in Oswego, IL

If you or someone you know was a victim of a crime, Aftermath has collected some resources to help guide you through this process.

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September 5th, 2014