Hoarding Cleanup

Unattended Death Cleanup

Few things are as upsetting as discovering that a loved one has passed away alone, leaving behind a body that may have gone unattended for several days. You need time to sort through your emotions and find peace, so leave the cleanup to the professionals at Absolutely Clean. We understand the difficult and disturbing nature of unattended death, but please do not attempt to remove any biohazardous waste from the scene. Only a professional unattended death or decomposition cleanup service has the knowledge, skills and resources to safely remove all blood and bodily fluids from your property or place of work. During this emotional time, we don’t want you to have to worry about the state of your home or office, so you can count on us for thorough body decomposition cleanup and odor eliminator services. Our technicians will determine the proper course of action and which processes are necessary to complete the job.

Decomposition Remediation
Decomposition remediation is similar to blood borne pathogen and OPIM remediation, but after a sustained period of time, materials remaining are in a deteriorated state.
This may increase the complexity and scope of the remediation as other surfaces not directly affected by blood and OPIM may require cleaning and remediation to return the property to an acceptable condition.
Due to these complexities, the technician should develop a scope of work to include an outline of safe work practices.

The affected area(s) could potentially be exposed to not only blood but also body fluids, OPIM, vectors, and aerosolized pathogens. Due to the presence of putrid body fluids and OPIM, removal and replacement of impacted items such as the sub floor is more likely. Organic
vapors off-gassed from the decomposition process are also much more likely to be a complicating factor. The technician may use odor abatement equipment such as hydroxyl or ozone generators, other processes, or combination of processes to address odor removal throughout the structure.

Decomposition Odor Control
Odor control may be necessary depending on the state of decomposition.

Physical removal or cleaning of the impacted materials is necessary and the first step in odor control. Odor control may require a combination of techniques to be successful. Technicians may remove indoor airborne odor by ventilating that air outside the structure, where appropriate. Placing an area under HEPA-filtered negative pressure differential with multiple air changes with outside air, can also be used for this purpose. The odor removing process may include cleaning and the use of enzymes, oxidizing agents, pairing agents, ozone or hydroxyl generators, sanitizers, and disinfectants. Sealing of impacted surfaces may also be necessary for complete odor control. Other sources of odor (e.g., fire, chemicals, tear gas, gunpowder) may be present at the scene. Each of these odors should be dealt with specific protocols tailored to the specific odor. Technicians shall comply with the customer right to know laws in the jurisdiction in which they are working, prior to initiating odor removal procedures.

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