It’s one of life’s greatest sadness’s that at some point we’ll be in a position of mourning the loss of a loved one. This grief can be exacerbated when a loved one is killed in a tragic situation such as a crime, a car accident, or suicide. In the midst of this heartbreaking event, many people are shocked that the loved ones left behind are expected to clean up the aftermath.
The severity of most trauma scenes means you shouldn’t attempt to perform the cleanup on your own. Service Master DSI in Westminster, CO specializes in trauma cleanup services so you can be spared any further grief. We’re available 24/7 and have the specialized trauma cleanup training, safety gear, local and state certifications, and compassion needed to perform the cleanup. We also work with fire and police departments as well as all major insurance companies to offer the very best trauma cleanup services available for you at this difficult time.
Suicides and Unattended Death Cleanup: Not only is it incredibly emotionally and mentally difficult to tackle the cleanup after this happens, but it may also be physically challenging. Decomposition happens very quickly, and biohazards may be present that can seriously affect your health.
Homicides and Crime Scenes: Once a crime scene has been attended to by the police, the cleanup is left to the family or closest loved ones. There’s the potential for exposure to blood-borne pathogens and infectious microorganisms. Examples of blood-borne pathogens include hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV.
Car Accidents: A contaminated car is not safe to drive until it has been fully cleaned and sanitized. The presence of blood or other bodily fluids can not only be dangerous; it can be unsettling for the driver.
If you’ve suffered a loss, there are people ready and willing to assist you. Let Service Master DSI in Westminster, CO help with the trauma cleanup. Contact us 24/7/365 at (720) 452-2842, and reach out to the following organizations for more support.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MAAD): Assistance and support to families affected by alcohol and drunk driving.
National Center for Victims of Crime: Resources and support to victims of crime.