Unattended Death and Suicide
Having lost a loved one can be extremely overwhelming.
Our team can quickly and safely clean and disinfect your home to help begin the healing process.
Leave it to us.
Unattended Death - What you need to know
Unfortunately, a death sometimes remains undiscovered for some time, for a variety of reasons. It is often the complaint of a foul odour coming from a property by neighbours that first alerts anybody to a potential issue.
After this time, the hazards of a dead body will have increased and the process in which to make the area safe becomes a little more complex. Any blood or bodily fluids present will by now have attracted insects and pests and could have also started to have an adverse affect on flooring or furniture.
The bio waste that is created from a decomposed body are extremely harmful to anyone that is exposed and comprises the safety of the environment. Therefore, it is extremely important to have the home/ location professionally decontaminated by professional, certified bioremediation specialists. Lingering bacterial pathogens can be extremely harmful for future tenants that are exposed if not done properly and effectively through expertise knowledge, specialized equipment and chemicals.
How do I pay for this?
In many cases, home owners insurance will cover the costs to clean up after a trauma, homicide, suicide, accidental, or unattended death. We can assist in filing the necessary claim, and will work direct with your insurance representative, so you can focus on what matters most during this difficult time. Our company has established professional relations with most major insurance providers, allowing us to work directly between each party for your benefit.
What if I do not have insurance coverage, do you offer payment options?
Yes, we accept all major credit cards and offer payment plans when applicable. Regardless of your financial situation we will work with you to develop a payment plan conducive to your finances.
There is not a lot of blood, do I still need Cleanup Services?
Yes. Blood, bodily fluids, and fecal matter are filled with bacteria, virus, and pathogens that can easily contribute to disease and infection when not handled properly. The clean-up of an incident involving biohazards is down to the person responsible for the premises. If left unattended, bodily fluids such as blood, urine and vomit will often seep into porous materials and areas which are not visible to the untrained eye, making the clean-up extremely difficult and the risk of exposure to infection much greater. The professionals at Nola disinfect possess the necessary equipment, knowledge, training, and attention to detail to ensure that the cleanup and bio remediation process is thorough and complete.
We are here to help, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.