Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
In Maryland and nationwide, Aftermath Services provides professional specialty sanitization in cases involving suicide cleanup, homicide cleanup, unattended death cleanup and other biohazardous situations. Since 1996, we have worked with thousands of families and businesses. Our discreet, caring technicians are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We hope you won’t have need of our services, but if you do, we’re there when you need us.
We provide crime cleanup throughout Maryland 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Bethesda, MD and nearby cities such as Baltimore, Frederick, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Bowie and all the surrounding areas.
Satisfied Customers in and around Bethesda, MD
“They cleaned up my family’s house like they were a part of my family. I can’t say into words how grateful I am. Especially Andrea.”
– Nakeeah C., Nashville, MD
“The crew was very courteous and professional. I could not have asked for better in the situation.”
– Jack P., Memphis, MD
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Bethesda, MD Area
When illness strikes, ordinarily family members handle the cleanup, sanitizing the home to prevent others from becoming sick. But if the illness is particularly infectious, a professional biohazard remediation company is an excellent resource to help protect your family’s health. Not only does bioremediation keep the illness from spreading, but it can also stop dangerous pathogens and bacteria from reinfecting the already weakened patient once they return home.
When a Bethesda man became sick, a worried relative decided to call in the professionals at Aftermath. Relatives were concerned about odor, as well as the possibility of contamination and continued infection. Once the man was safely hospitalized, the crew went to work cleaning, decontaminating and deodorzing the man’s bedroom and bathroom. After receiving treatment, the patient and his family returned to the residence. Aftermath’s assistance helped give them confidence that their home was once again a safe and sanitary place.