Death Cleanup Services in Florida
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is already a difficult challenge. Being left with a death cleanup can be overwhelming. Along with, adding a significant amount of extra stress and grief. Approaching each incident with care and understanding is our main objective.
Our technicians are specially trained in all aspects of an after death incident. Some scenes we have assisted in include suicide, unattended, and homicide/murder. In addition to this, we also service decomposition bodily fluids removal and odor . Our goal is to alleviate any additional pain to all family and friends involved.
Understanding the after death cleanup process
Here at HAZstat we understand that immediate response and personal discretion are both very important. With our death cleanup services we make it our personal mission to arrive in a professional, compassionate and discreet manner to serve you in your time of need.
HAZstat technicians are experienced in the handling of biohazard materials such as blood, bodily fluids and body decomposition. These substances can penetrate deep into surfaces. A thorough decontamination of all potential contaminants will be eliminated to ensure a clean and safe environment as quickly as possible. We also provide decomposition cleanup along with Mattress removal and disposal services. HAZstat is a registered trauma cleaning provider and bio-waste transporter with the Florida Department of Health #7635.
Costs and insurance covering a after death cleaning service
If you questions about how much a cleaning after a death would cost or if your homeowners or property insurance would cover a death scene cleaning contact us. You may also qualify for victim services . In addition, visit our crime scene cleanup costs page for more information.
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