Crime Scene Clean-Up
Professional & Compassionate Service
Biohazard situations such as unattended death cleanup, blood spills, suicide cleanup and other trauma scenes can be both emotionally and physically taxing. In Charleston and nationwide, Aftermath’s team of professional and courteous crime scene cleaners are ready to remediate the toughest of tragedies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Since 1996, our specialty sanitization team has handled thousands of contaminated areas and crime scenes. Give us a call today and find out more.
We provide crime cleanup throughout West Virginia 24/7/365.
We service neighborhoods in and around Charleston, WV including Kanawha City, Riverview, Oakwood, Edgewood, Sissonville, and all the surrounding areas.
Satisfied Customers in and around Charleston, WV
“I am truly amazed at the incredible job that was done, in such terrible circumstances. The care, compassion and understanding of Sandra and her crew deserves great recognition.”
– Laura Q., West Virginia
Case Studies of Jobs Performed in the Charleston, WV Area
(Charleston, West Virginia)
Tragedies can happen anywhere, and sometimes the people who wind up having to deal with the aftereffects are those who are financially responsible. Though family members may take possession of a person’s effects, often times cleaning up a rental home or apartment is left up to the landlord. Fortunately in many cases, insurance may cover all or part of a professional death cleanup service. In 2014, in a Charleston area apartment complex, a man passed away from natural causes following an illness. In order to prepare the space for a new tenant, the building owner decided to call in Aftermath to evaluate the situation.
Technicians noted bio in two areas of the residence. Fortunately, because the tenant’s death was discovered not long after his passing, there was no lasting impact on the structure. Aftermath employees worked discreetly to clean and disinfect the space to avoid drawing the attention of neighbors. In the end, the property owner stated that the technicians had done an excellent job and were very professional through the entire process.
(Charleston, West Virginia)
When a loved one commits suicide, the recovery process can be long and difficult. Overwhelmed by grief, one of the many questions which can plague a family involves the question of what to do about the death scene. Knowing families turn to the professionals for advice, Aftermath has partnered with hundreds of funeral homes throughout the country. When a man took his life in Charleston, the funeral director handling the arrangements referred his grief-stricken family to Aftermath Services. A family member spoke to an Aftermath team member about the tragedy, and retained professional service technicians to remediate the bedroom of the house where the death took place. Our caring and efficient service is one of the many reasons why our partners trust us with their own clients.