When a death occurs inside a home or business, it can be very emotional and psychologically traumatic—especially when it’s unexpected or if the person was alone when the death occurred. Unfortunately, however, encountering a lifeless body that has been left to deteriorate can prove to be more than just mentally taxing. It can also cause significant health issues if not tended to by seasoned professionals.
At Anubis SceneClean, Inc., we specialize in providing after-death cleanup services to those in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. From unattended death cleanup to suicide cleanup to crime scene cleanup and more, we have 15 years of experience and the expertise necessary to clean and decontaminate every affected surface in a home or business following someone’s passing.
When you turn to Anubis SceneClean, Inc. for after-death cleanup in Dallas, TX, we will visit your home or business to assess the situation and determine what will be needed to clean the premises. From there, we’ll provide you with a firm total price for our services, which are always guaranteed. You can also be assured that our highly skilled and trained staff will work discreetly, arriving in unmarked vehicles and working as quickly as possible. Any blood, bodily fluids, and other biohazard materials found on the scene will be properly disposed of in accordance with the EPA’s rules and regulations.
FAQ’s Regarding Dallas After-Death Cleanup Services
At Anubis SceneClean, Inc., we’re asked a wide range of questions by those who call on us for after-death cleanup in Dallas, TX. Here are some of the most common and our answers to each.
What is after-death cleanup?
After-death cleanup refers to any cleanup job that takes place following the death of a person inside a home, business, or vehicle. Also referred to as an “unattended death,” these situations often present themselves when a body has not been found for a period of time. Biohazard fluids from that body can start to secrete within an hour after death and up to several months or longer.
What is crime scene cleanup?
At Anubis SceneClean, Inc., we prefer not to use the term “crime scene cleanup” very often, as most of the cleanup jobs we face don’t involve crimes. Many people simply assume if there is blood involved than a crime was committed. As the name suggests, crime scene cleanup is needed when an actual crime, such as a murder or homicide, has led us to the situation at hand.
What is suicide cleanup?
Suicide cleanup in Dallas, TX is completed after a person has taken their own life and blood or other bodily fluids are left behind once their body has been removed.
What is involved in the suicide cleanup process?
The suicide cleanup process is almost never as simple as it might seem. To start, Anubis SceneClean, Inc. visits the scene, assesses the situation, and determines what may need to be disposed of right off the bat, if anything. We evaluate whether carpeting needs to be removed, if fluids have seeped under the baseboards, if the walls, ceiling, or doors need to be scrubbed and disinfected, etc. From there we can provide an accurate price for our services.
Are you in need of after-death cleanup services in Dallas, TX? Don’t hesitate to reach out to Anubis SceneClean, Inc.at 817-825-8781 for help. Our company owner is personally standing by to take your call and answer any questions you may have.