New Orleans, LA
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Crime scene clean up, Unattended death cleanup, blood spills, suicide cleanup and other trauma scenes are difficult and dangerous situations. Aftermath provides professional and courteous crime scene cleaning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have been handling the sanitization of contaminated areas and crime scenes since 1996. Our offices are located nationwide to better assist you. We service neighborhoods in and around New Orleans, Louisiana including Metiarie, Shreveport, Thibidoux, Baton Rouge and all the surrounding areas.
Satisfied Customers in and around New Orleans, Louisiana
“”Excellent service cordial and competent personnel.”
– Barbara G., New Orleans, LA
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the New Orleans, Louisiana Area
Many property management companies realize that an unattended death in one of their units can create serious health perils for future residents. Bloodborne pathogens, hazardous bacteria, and other germs may linger long after a person has passed, leading to respiratory ailments and other more serious complications. Further, federal, state, and local governing bodies such as the EPA and OSHA may require certain rules or regulations be followed during the cleanup process. It can be a lot for smaller business owners to understand, which is why hiring a professional remediation service can be beneficial.
Not only does Aftermath maintain some of the highest standards for cleanup in the industry, but we carry the highest level of insurance available. After a man died alone in an apartment in New Orleans, Louisiana, a law enforcement agent recommended Aftermath remediation services to the property owner. The Aftermath biohazard team conducted tests that detected the possible presence of airborne pathogens and other bacteria in the environment. This necessitated a biological wash of the floors, walls, and ceilings of the apartment. When the job was complete, the owner thanked Aftermath for their professional service, which helped to make an unfortunate situation more tolerable.