Death is not a subject that most people want to talk about, but when it happens it can leave us shocked and unprepared to deal with the aftermath. No matter the cause of death, there still must be clean up efforts involved.
While death is one of the most natural parts of life, it is often unexpected. Usually, this is something most people don't prepare for. Most people don't like to think about death because it is associated with loss, and usually sadness.
It's a subject no one wants to have to think about. But, when a loved one or friend dies in their home and you might be left with the traumatic job of cleaning up after the death. Very few companies in San Diego offer this kind of service. At Clean Earth Restorations, we are trained to handle death and crime scenes.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. Unfortunately, chances are most people will encounter it in their lifetime. As a property manager or relative you may find yourself in the position of not only dealing with the emotions of the situation but also responsible for cleaning up a property after the suicide, which in an unattended or violent suicide can be beyond your abilities. Clean Earth Restorations wants you to know that you can call a professional and take that burden off of your shoulders. Read below about why you can and should bring in a service to help with suicide clean up.
Topics: death scene cleanup
Most people never have to deal with an unattended, accidental, or violent death clean up situation. Usually these events come with their share of emotional shock or trauma and the added realization that the clean up is your responsibility can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are companies like Clean Earth Restorations that specialize in helping you with this. See below for details on why you should use a professional trauma and decontamination service, as well as a free download about steps you should take when facing a death or crime scene.
Topics: death scene cleanup
Bio-Recovery, the work of cleaning up and disenfecting crime and trauma scenes or the scene of a death (human or animal), is not a widely known industry. Most people would never think about bio recovery, until they have an urgent sitation and they need help.
Crime scene cleanup services can be necessary following any number of events including homicide, suicide, and decomposition, and for sewage spills from accidents that include bodily fluids, both human and animal. It's a difficult topic, and nobody wants to be dealing with the clean up of a crime scene, but it's so important that the situation is handled correctly.
As a home or business owner facing clean up after a death or crime, you may need help. Crime and death scenes are considered a biohazard and require very specific cleaning steps to ensure the safety of residents and those reentering the scene.