24 Hour Crime Scene Cleanup
Crime Scene / Blood / Suicide / Death Cleanup
How does crime scene cleanup process work?
Aftercare is a local crime scene cleanup company that services all cities in and around the Hampton roads area 24 hours a day. Since 1999 we have been the number one choice for cleaning up after suicide, accidental death, unattended death, crime scenes, homicides or any type of potentially infectious cleaning situations.
One call will start the cleanup process; Aftercare can answer any questions and address all concerns you have about any situation you face. One hour arrival time to most cities and every vehicle used for service is unmarked for client privacy. Every cleanup is different but the goal is the same to remove all Bio Hazardous contamination. The longer blood is allowed to remain in any area the more damage it will produce. Aftercare’s cleanup process is to return any affected area back to a safe pre-loss condition. Our technicians can start cleaning for you now; and will accommodate any request you may need. Aftercare staff specializes in private professional crime scene cleanup.
Why hire Aftercare?
- Nobody in the local area has more experience cleaning up blood.
- 24 hour service even on holidays.
- Technicians who care about the clients we serve.
- No money at time of service.
- Lowest prices for bio-hazard cleanup in the United States.
- No operators – live personnel to work with you till job completion.
- Trusted by local police departments.
How much does blood cleanup cost? Every cleanup is different and it is very difficult to know what the extent of the damage is until you have started the cleanup. However we can provide a free estimate for you at a time that is convenient. Most Cleanups are covered by insurance. This can include home, auto and commercial business policy’s. Aftercare will work directly with the adjuster assigned to the claim. Let us handle the paper work and the cleanup.
What type of situations does Aftercare clean? Aftercare cleans any type of Bio-hazard that could be infectious to your health. Any type of blood waste or after death conditions.
- Attempted suicides / suicide
- Crime Scenes
- Accidental death
- Unattended deaths
- Trauma / injuries
- Home invasions