Tuesday, March 20, 2012

A Task You Shouldn’t Try to Do On Your Own

We understand that dealing with the unexpected death of a loved one is difficult. To make a trying time even worse, many families are often surprised to discover that police and emergency medical technicians don’t assist with the cleanup that follows an unattended death on a property. So what can family members do to not only restore their properties, but also not have to handle the task of cleaning up after an unattended death?

Cleaning up after an unattended death is not something you should ever attempt to try on your own. Aside from the emotional effects something like this could cause you, cleaning up after a trauma or unattended death requires specialized equipment and training. Crime scene cleanup companies can help restore properties where an unattended death, trauma, or even homicide or suicide has occurred. Our disaster and biohazard cleanup care team is experienced in cleaning, sanitizing, deodorizing, and restoring properties where unattended deaths have occurred. During the cleaning and restoration process, we pledge to offer you the upmost privacy and respect, even using unmarked vehicles while our care team works on a property.
Most insurance companies will work with you to help cover the cleaning costs incurred by this type of service, and we work with your insurance company directly to alleviate any additional stress during this trying time period. 

Even if a site appears clean, you run the risk of exposing yourself to potentially harmful bodily fluids or fluid-borne disease if you try to restore the property on your own. Don’t put yourself through additional trauma by attempting to do this on your own. Contact us during your time of need. We offer the following services throughout the state:

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