People call specialty clean up services when they need assistance cleaning beyond what a regular house cleaner or janitorial service can offer. Different types of situations might require specialty clean up services. Find out what services they perform and what a trauma and crime scene clean up service, like Aftermath, can offer in your time of need.
Why Choose Aftermath for Clean Up Services?
Aftermath is the nation’s premier bioremediation company that cleans up crime and trauma scenes for families and property owners. Aftermath has compassionately and discreetly helped people deal with the effects of traumatic experiences for almost twenty years.
The Aftermath Way is a mindset instilled in all Aftermath employees that our customers deserve the highest quality service while being treated with dignity and respect. We employ trained and caring field technicians who are are experienced in all the protocols necessary to return your home or business to a safe condition.
We maintain a 28-point checklist illustrating the regulatory compliance and quality assurance standards we follow as part of our commitment to innovation and excellence. Proprietary cleaning techniques and materials ensure the site is completely disinfected.
To find out more about our clean up services, contact us day or night, and one of our friendly representatives will be able to answer your questions.
What Types of Situations Require Specialty Clean Up Services?
When people are faced with cleaning up a traumatic scene, they turn to specialty cleaning services instead of attempting to clean up the site themselves. Different types of situations requiring professional and specialty clean up services are:
- Homicide and suicide clean up
- Unattended death
- Blood removal
- Industrial accidents
- Home and vehicle biohazard removal and remediation
- Communicable disease disinfection
Aftermath does not clean carpets or remove mold, instead they reserve their services for the situations listed above as they pose very real health risks to the public. Cleaning up sites after trauma requires safety protocols, which Aftermath technicians adhere to at all times. Technicians wear personal protective equipment (PPE) and treat every site as if it contains potentially dangerous bloodborne pathogens from spilled blood and other body fluids.