After the chaos of the immediate trauma, loved ones are left with a living environment that has been contaminated with blood and bodily fluids that are hazardous to health and difficult to fully remove. DryCare Restoration, Inc. specializes in restoring properties after such tragedies. A caring crew is ready to assist you.
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How to Clean up After a Suicide
Handling bloodborne pathogens is both traumatic and unsafe. You should never enter a suicide scene, and should not attempt to clean it up on your own. There are risks of both medical and psychological damage. DryCare Restoration, Inc.'s suicide cleaning team follows strict OSHA regulations for handling blood and body fluids and cleaning up spills and stains. The affected area is contained and all traces of blood and other fluids are removed. The affected areas are tested to confirm no additional evidence of contaminants before the area is disinfected and deodorized.
Why Call DryCare Restoration, Inc. for Suicide Cleanup?
When you call (818) 646-4689 for bloodborne pathogen cleaning after a suicide, you, and your family will be treated with care and respect, by DryCare Restoration, Inc.'s discreet team of cleaning professionals. With over 7 years of experience with cleaning residences post-trauma, you can rest assured that your environment will be fully cleaned and disinfected and rendered safe to reenter. All employees adhere to the strictest standards for biohazard cleaning to ensure all customers and families are properly protected. All work is guaranteed. We'll even help you with an insurance claim.
Is Suicide Cleanup Covered by Insurance?
Aside from the emotional toll suicide causes, financial distress is also present among many individuals. It may be comforting to know that many homeowners' policies cover crime scene and suicide cleanup services. It is very possible that your insurance will cover all or at least part of the cleanup costs. DryCare Restoration, Inc. can help you navigate the challenges of filing a claim for cleaning after a suicide. Call (818) 646-4689 with your questions, and if we don't have the answers, we'll help connect you to resources that do.