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Body Decomposition & Undiscovered Death
Discovering the deceased body of a friend, neighbor, or loved one is a traumatic and emotional event no one should have to experience. Unfortunately, however, it does happen. We are here to help. Have the cleanup performed by company trained and licensed to do this type of cleanup.
The Risk of Cleaning Up After a Death
Coming in contact with bio-hazards and blood-borne pathogens pose a significant health and safety risk to anyone who may come in contact with them. Bio-hazards contain bacteria found in blood and other bodily fluids which can live outside the body for days and sometimes weeks. HIV and Hepatitis are the most commonly known risks that can be contracted from blood-borne pathogens. When a traumatic accident, suicide, crime, or death occurs it must be cleaned and disinfected properly.
Proper Death Scene Cleanup is Necessary
Because of the speed at which the body decomposes and the dangerous effects the decomposition can have on your home or place of business, it is important to have the body removed and the area decontaminated immediately upon discovery. As the body decays, bodily fluids leave the human remains and seep into furniture, carpet, flooring, and even sub-flooring. According to OSHA standards, each of these affected items must be removed to prevent the spread of disease. Damage can be extensive from a body that is undiscovered for days, weeks or even months. Carpet, padding, subfloor, and even portions of walls must sometimes be removed to eradicate the health hazard and to control the overwhelming odor.
How Much Does it Cost?
Undiscovered death cleanup is often covered by homeowners insurance. They will pay for our services, as well as replacement of carpet and other items that were affected. We can file the claim on your behalf and submit an inventory of any items that have been disposed of or not able to recover due to bio-hazard contamination. In the event insurance is not an option we will work with you – our priority is to help you in your greatest time of need.
Do Not Allow Your Employee to Clean Up After a Death
Companies must follow strict guidelines as determined by OSHA Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 which mandates that employees have proper and comprehensive training before they are placed in a position to clean up or handle any incident that could expose them to bio-hazards such as blood, bodily fluids, feces, vomit or chemicals. Call us today and mitigate your liability.
Why Choose HTX Bio Clean?
HTX Bio Clean is here to help you make a difficult situation easier. We have professional crews who are discreet, arrive in an unmarked white truck, remain calm, and have your and the general public’s best interests in mind. HTX Bio Clean technicians are compassionate when working with family and clients and can help guide you through the process by clearly explaining the situation. Years of experience and bio-remediation training have propelled us to the top of the list when unexpected and unfortunate accidents happen.
Call HTX Bio Clean to discuss your particular situation and to schedule a FREE ESTIMATE. All calls are confidential and you will speak directly with the owner 24/7 to determine how we can help.