Leave Body Decomposition & Biohazard Cleanup to a Professional
Whether a person dies as a result of a murder, suicide, or from natural causes, there is a natural process of body decomposition that begins soon after death. A decomposing body can be considered a potential biohazard because the fluids released after death can sometimes carry bloodborne pathogens. As a result, it is recommended that all cleanup following a death is left to a biohazard remediation company like Aftermath.
Let Aftermath Take Care of It
For family members, cleaning up after an unattended death is very stressful emotionally. And unfortunately, there are also health risks from potential bloodborne pathogens including HIV, hepatitis, and MRSA.
Aftermath has the experience and training to handle these situations and relieve the burden on the grieving family or property owner. With over 32 regional and mobile offices around the country, we provide emergency rapid response and a Certificate of Treatment to guarantee the proper remediation of any body decomposition and biohazards.
Aftermath teams are fully insured and experienced professionals who will clean and disinfect the affected area. We remove all affected furniture, carpets, mattresses, bedding, or other affected materials, and we use a proprietary BioWash to safely clean and disinfect the structure.
After we finish the BioWash, we conduct adenosine triphosphate (ATP) fluorescence testing, very similar to what is used by hospitals, to verify everything has been disinfected properly. Then we provide a Certificate of Treatment that can be used should the property need to be sold or rented.
Discretion and Compassion
Everything we do is to help people (families, landlords, property managers, etc.) coping with a traumatic event and cleanup. Even our vehicles are discreetly marked so as not to draw attention. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so when it comes to an unattended death, body decomposition, or biohazard cleanup, don’t put yourself through a stressful and potentially dangerous experience. Call us at (877) 872-4339 or visit our website to find the location nearest you.