Grand Rapids, MI
Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Aftermath Services provides specialty sanitization and biohazard cleaning in Michigan and nationwide. Our technicians have proven experience with unattended death cleanup, suicide cleanup, even hoarding cleanup and tear gas scenarios. We have helped thousands of families and businesses recover from tragedy. While we hope you never have cause to call us, we are ready when you need us. Call now and find out how a professional crime scene cleaner can help you protect your family and your home.
We provide crime cleanup throughout Michigan 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Grand Rapids, MI including Grandville, Creston, Stocking, Garfield Park and all the surrounding areas.
Satisfied Customers in and around Grand Rapids, MI
“Very professional. Very discreet. Extremely thorough. Knew how to handle the situation with sensitivity and professionalism, which was very appreciated as we are a close knit apartment community.”
– Scott W., MI
“The crew was very courteous and professional. I could not have asked for better in the situation.”
– Jack P., Memphis, MI
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Grand Rapids, MI Area
(Grand Rapids, MI)
Tragically, a Grand Rapids man died alone in his bedroom and his death went undiscovered for several days. When relatives called Aftermath, they were concerned that the cleanup was too complex to handle alone. Decomposition is not only unpleasant, but the lingering odor and physical damage it causes can have a long term effect on the property.
When technicians entered the residence, the first thing they noticed was the smell. They also noted biological fluid pooling was found on the carpet outside of the bedroom and on the hardwood flooring directly inside the room. After disposing of the carpet, the floor was tested for bacteria. In some cases a hard floor can be cleaned, but because the death had gone unremediated for so long, fluids seeped through the porous surface and into the subfloor. Using a saw, hammer and pry bar, the flooring was removed and discarded as medical waste. Finally the technicians cleaned and disinfected both areas, and used a HEPA air scrubber to remove offensive odors. The end result helped ready the home for remodeling and eventual sale