We are honored to be the First Company in South Florida to be IICRC Certified in (TCST) Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup Technician #261962. We follow ANSI/IICRC 540. The standard for Professional Trauma and Crime Scene cleanup. We are in compliance with All OSHA, Bloodborne Pathogens, EPA, State, County requirements. We are Licensed Medical Waste Generator & Transporter with Florida Department of Health #7834.
"Aftermath team made a very hard event much easier. Without them, I do not know how I would have made it through this. Corry went above and beyond my expectations. She was much more than the lead and for that I am more than thankful."
Christopher R. - Tallahassee, FL
Why Trauma And Crime Scene?
When disaster strikes you can rely on rapid and professional restoration service from Rainbow International. Our service locations are on call 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Rainbow International is fully certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification. The IICRC has served as the industry guardian for inspection, restoration and cleaning services for over 30 years.
IMPORTANCE OF HIRING A DEATH CLEANUP PROFESSIONAL
Aftermath Services adheres to OSHA regulations concerning bloodborne pathogens and practices universal precautions to protect our employees and customers. Our science-based process ensures that we contain the affected areas to prevent cross-contamination, remove all traces of blood and biological materials, disinfect and deodorize, and test to confirm that the affected areas are free of pathogens and bacteria. We are diligent and thorough because we understand that the health and safety of you and your family are on the line. When selecting an unattended death cleanup company, customers should utilize a checklist to ensure the company adheres to professional cleaning standards.
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What Our Clients Say
“Jason and Ryan went above and beyond any expectations in my time of grief. They are professional, courteous and experts in their field of work. They performed all work quickly and professionally. I would highly recommend this company and these men to anyone. “
Erin R. - Ashville, NC
“Aftermath was very professional and was able to accommodate the urgency in the situation. They explained the services and was able to relieve my worries as they dealt with the insurance company. Other companies were unable to take the job or handle the job with efficiency to get the ball moving. Since I was needing the job done in a small window of time.”
Latoya G. - Sacramento, CA
“The service, communication, and level of professionalism from Alex and Greg was amazing. They made an extremely difficult time bearable and easy to navigate. They took on having to figure out all the logistics and allowed me to focus on other priorities without having to worry about what they were doing. “
Zachary F. - East Stroudsburg, PA
Anytime blood or bodily fluids are left behind, a cleanup is necessary. After traumatic situations like unattended deaths, suicides, and homicides, a professional remediation company can help you manage the situation and ensure that the affected areas are cleaned and disinfected properly. Professional services should seriously be considered if a responding law enforcement officer or another government agent recommends it.
Blood is never “just blood”. If you are unsure of or are untrained to handle the situation, give us a call.
Health hazards posed by blood, bacteria, and infectious diseases can be serious. In cases of a communicable disease or a death or accident where blood is present, there is risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens (BBP), infectious outbreaks, and structural damage to the affected property. Oftentimes, these pathogens are invisible, making the disinfection process a challenging task for the inexperienced.
When blood spills are simply spot cleaned and treated with a topical solution, the affected area has not been properly disinfected. At best, this cursory surface cleaning has merely suppressed the lingering bacteria; at worst, it may have missed entire sections where the blood or fluid have pooled underneath carpets or floors. This causes two issues: the likely return of unpleasant odors and the growth of additional bacterial colonies. The Aftermath remediation process is a proven disinfection approach and mitigates these concerns. Learn more about the Aftermath biohazard remediation process.
Unlike standard house or business cleaning, biohazard cleanup is a service that requires industry expertise, specialized equipment, and appropriate certifications. Aftermath’s science-based remediation process ensures that we properly assess the situation, contain the affected areas to prevent cross-contamination, remove all traces of blood and biological materials, and finally, disinfect and deodorize the area to a safe, livable condition.
To verify that the affected areas are free of pathogens, we use ATP tests, which measures cell activity, including bloodborne pathogens. Only when the test registers zero RLU (registered light units) are we satisfied with the level of clean. This test adds technology, measurability, and accountability to our biohazard remediation process. We are diligent and thorough because we understand that the health and safety of you and your family are on the line.
Every loss is unique and while we cannot make any guarantees regarding your residential homeowners insurance coverage, in most circumstances, it does cover our services. If there is coverage, one of our dedicated insurance specialists will guide you through the claims process, including providing emergency claim-setting assistance. We will work with your insurance carrier directly to settle the claim and resolve payment. You will only be responsible for your deductible.
If you do not have insurance, we have a variety of payment options and assistance programs. For more information, take a look at our financial options.