Whenever a death occurs due to a suicide, homicide, or even when the death is accidental or from natural causes, there is always the chance the body may not be found immediately. If this occurs, the scene that follows will be difficult to get back to its normal look and feel. In the case of undiscovered deaths, blood and other bodily fluids will likely have soaked into carpeting and furniture, while bodily tissues, fecal matter, and other substances may also be present in the surrounding area. This, when combined with the unmistakable smell of death in the air, make these situations impossible to be cleaned up by normal means. Instead, turn to the experts here at Louisiana Unattended Death Cleanup.
When these situations happen, there will be problems beyond simply cleaning up blood and body tissue. If the cleaning job is not done properly, there will be the risk of infection from blood-borne pathogens such as hepatitis or HIV. Due to this risk, it is best to let experts who are trained in biohazard cleanup perform the task, such as the professionals here at Louisiana Unattended Death Cleanup.
Established in 2004, our business has gained a reputation not only for excellence in cleaning up after undiscovered deaths, but also in being professional in each and every way. For example, once we are called to the death scene, we make sure discretion is one of our top priorities. Therefore, we make every effort to keep our arrival as low-key as possible, and we will never provide details of the scene to anyone other than those to whom we are authorized. Knowing compassion and care are also needed in these difficult situations, our trained professionals can be counted on to be the best.
To make sure our crews do the job right the first time, we use state-of-the-art equipment and supplies specifically designed to handle biohazard cleanup associated with undiscovered deaths. In addition, our personnel are thoroughly trained in all aspects of rules and regulations regarding OSHA, CDC, and EPA guidelines and requirements. As a result, our clients can have peace of mind, knowing the cleaning process will be completed in a timely and professional manner.
Available 24/7, we accept homeowners and commercial insurance, which makes the process of paying for the job much easier for family members. Since our business is family-owned and operated, we understand the many challenges those left behind to deal with the situation will be facing. Because of this, we always treat each of our clients as if they were family. Should you find yourself in need of biohazard cleanup at a death scene, contact us here at Louisiana Unattended Death Cleanup as soon as possible.