Fatality Clean Up Miami FL | Death & Fatality Cleanup Miami

Miami Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup

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Cleaning up after a fatality is a dangerous process and should only be handled by a professional company that specializes in cleaning death scenes. it’s something which should only be undertaken by trained professionals.   Miami Crime Scene Cleanup will clean up after a fatality in your home or business that has been affected by biohazard waste and restore the property to how it was before it was infected. This includes homicides, suicides, natural deaths, mass shootings, unattended deaths, human decomposition scenes, and drug overdoses.

Miami Crime Scene Cleanup is here to help you make a difficult situation much easier. We have professional fatality cleaning specialists that are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for any emergency cleaning you have in Miami, Florida. Our company is discreet, we arrive in unmarked trucks, remain calm, and we are compassionate throughout the whole process. Our technicians are compassionate when working with family and clients and can help guide you through the process by clearly explaining everything in detail if needed. We work with local law enforcement all the time and we are very experienced in our cleaning and removing all contaminants from the scene.

Fatality Clean Up Services In Miami: When a fatality has occurred in a property, it can cause enormous amounts of damage to both the structure and personal contents in residential homes and commercial properties. Human decomposition causing bacteria often permeates throughout the property resulting in the home being contaminated with bacteria and diseases. A fatality scene can vary dramatically depending on the properties structure. We answer our phones 24/7. We are a local company!

Services;

  • Crime scene clean up
  • Suicide clean up
  • Dead animal removal
  • Odor control
  • Rat infestations cleaned
  • Unattended deaths
  • Natural deaths
  • Human decomposition
  • Drug overdoses
  • Hangings
  • Mass Shootings
  • Homicide clean up

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