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What sets Aftermath apart from other crime scene clean up companies?
Aftermath is the only true national specialist provider of crime scene, trauma and biohazard removal services. We have been the industry leader since 1996, because of our commitment to the highest standards of quality and safety, and we guarantee our work beyond any other company.
Local teams are dispatched 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with incredibly fast response times from call to scene in most US states. We do not subcontract; our mobile regional offices are fully owned and operated.
Our people are what make the difference: compassionate, highly trained, discreet and committed to helping people in a traumatic situation.
Process oriented in everything we do: centralized Center of Excellence control room for field support and communication, standardized work procedures for containment and cleaning, surface testing pre-and post-cleaning, consistent communication procedures and documentation. An average of six people will support your job as a team, at HQ and on the scene, to ensure no detail is left unfinished.
Bio is all we do: we don’t clean carpets, we don’t do mold, restoration or asbestos abatement, we don’t do lawn care or traditional house cleaning. We’ve created proprietary cleaning agents, safety equipment and cleaning methods that are our intellectual property.
Strict adherence to laws, regulations and best practice guidelines from federal and local agencies; because we are a national company, our methods are standardized to meet the requirements of the strictest state.
Fully insured and certified, partnering where necessary with licensed medical waste facilities and other certified and insured partners, which mitigates your risk. We follow OSHA regulations to the letter, as well as best practices from NIOSH and other regulatory advisers.
If you, or someone you know, have been a victim of a serious crime or accident, it isn’t always easy to determine who cleans up the blood at a crime scene. Cleaning the blood is the responsibility of business owners or the victim’s family. Some families might think they only need the help of their friends and relatives to tackle the job. However, blood should be cleaned by hiring a crime scene cleanup company.
Biohazard crime scene cleanup is, unfortunately, a need for some people. If you’re facing the cleanup process after a crime or violent death in your home or property, contact Aftermath. We are a professional bioremediation company and for nearly 20 years have specialized in removing biohazards, remediating sites, and returning properties to safe, livable areas.
Crime scene cleanup is demanding work. As a crime scene cleaner, you will be called to manage a wide range of situations, and you must be able to compose yourself professionally amongst even the most horrific scenes. If you are interested in pursuing a career in crime scene cleanup, it will help to gain a better understanding of what the job entails before beginning any crime scene cleanup training.
Aftermath has joined with industry leaders to provide customers with any of the additional services that may be needed following the crime scene cleanup process.
Death Cleanup Professionals
For the family affected, dealing with an unattended death and clean up can be a grim, taxing experience. Given the difficult and disturbing nature of decomposition, plus the health hazards associated with potential pathogens, properly cleaning an unattended death scene is a job for certified professionals.