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Aftermath Crime Scene Cleanup on How to Clean a Crime Scene
Cleaning a crime scene is more complicated than you might have imagined. It's not just about removing the blood and body matter that is visible to the eye. Aftermath Inc. employs a systematic approach to cleaning that ensures each and every trauma scene meets or exceeds hospital-grade sanitation standards. Aftermath’s trained service technicians are skilled in the removal of harmful biological contaminants as well as any lingering odors. As remediation specialists, Aftermath’s primary goal is to preserve the customer’s property and return the home to a safe, livable condition.
The Three Zones:
For maximum sanitation, Aftermath technicians establish three zones, using plastic sheeting and bio-tape to separate the contaminated area from other parts of the building. By breaking down the scene into distinct areas, technicians prevent
cross-contamination from occurring between clean and affected rooms.
During all stages of cleanup, Aftermath technicians are fully protected by Personal Protective Equipment: respiratory gear, a double layer of gloves, and hazmat suits designed especially for biohazard recovery.