How to Make Sure Your Home Is Clean After a Death

In the wake of a tragic loss that has occurred in your home, we understand the emotional distress.We also know that the last thing you want to deal with is the cleanup. While getting your home back in order is a top priority, it’s one that many people just don’t know how to handle.

 What’s the best way to make sure your home is safe and clean after a death? Call in our professionally-trained cleanup services to protect the area and your family. Restoration 1 of Restoration 1 of the Triad will come to your location promptly and help handle a variety of tasks, including:

  • Decontamination. When bodies start to decompose, they can release toxins and disease into the surrounding environment. Even after the body is removed, the area must still be cleared of all health hazards and airborne bacteria.
  • Removing stains and fluids. Even a small bit of blood or urine left behind can cause foul odors and pathogens to linger. A professional company uses special equipment and their experienced techniciansto completely clean and disinfect the area. Plus, they’ll safely dispose of any contaminated items or materials.
  • Bagging biohazards. Sometimes after a death, there are things left behind that simply need to be removed. The service will provide special containers and bags to transport and dispose of these biohazards.
  • Deoderization. Oncethe removal of affected items is complete,our odor control technicians will deodorize the entire area, eliminating any traces of malodor left behind.

Further, the experts at Restoration 1 of the Triad will come equipped with specialty cleaning equipment, deodorizers, and cleaning products. These certified technicians will handle the cleanup thoroughly and quickly, while still being respectful of grieving family members. Their services are both high-quality and affordable. With their help, you can take the next step towards recovering from your recent loss.To learn more about Restoration 1’s procedures and how they handle after-death or trauma scene cleanup, reach out to them at (336) 441-1587.