Sometimes when a person dies, their body may not be found for days, weeks or even months. This is commonly referred to as an unattended death.
With an unattended death scene cleanup, there may not be a lot of blood, but there are other issues. After death, the body begins the decomposition process within four minutes. Along with the decomposition process, respondants and vectors can create cross-bio contamination. Careful attention must be paid to the expanded affected area. In addition, over the course of days, building materials will become affected rendering the structure both physically and psychologically a hostile environment. Rather than cause more harm to you and/or your family, it is better to let BioSheen, with their specialized equipment and training, professionally clean, disinfect and bio-test for clearance your unattended death clean up needs.
Look no further than the professionals at BioSheen of Texas. With over 46 years of suicide cleanup, we will work discretely and quickly. We can work directly with your homeowner's insurance to cover our services and can offer turn-key reconstruction services if needed.
BioSheen is sincerely considered an expert and leader in the industry. We are the only Forensic Restoration®/Trauma Scene Cleaning Company in the State of Texas with a written protocol for Unattended Death Scene Cleanup and Remediation that meets and exceeds current industry standards and guidelines.
UNATTENDED DEATH CLEANUP
How We Can Help
Our certified unattended death clean up team will provide you with a rapid and professional response unparalleled in the industry.
Our services are typically covered by most homeowner's insurance.
Our trademarked Forensic Cleaning™ process helped write the standards for the industry
Inventory, documentation, and storage of all contents whether salvageable or unsalvageable.
Turn-key Reconstruction and Restoration of the property if desired.
After a successful Forensic Cleaning™, BioSheen will utilize state-of-the-art technology to employ a 6-log kill (99.9999%) to scientifically ensure your incident site has been made safe for your peace of mind.
Most people understand the risks of exposure to blood-borne pathogens, such as HIV and Hepatitis, but other risks are associated with unattended death scenes. Exposure to these incident sites may result in flu-like illness or attacks on the respiratory system – odors associated with unattended death (human decomposition) can be extremely pungent and psychologically disturbing. These scenes are better left to professionals that specialize in blood and biological fluid recovery, utilizing state-of-the-art personal protective equipment and approved industry procedures.
BioSheen of Texas’ exclusive seven-step Forensic Restoration® solution to any and all Unattended Death and Human Decomposition incident sites will return the indoor environment to not only visually clean, but we will show each client that their incident site has been made biologically better than “Food Grade Safe” for peace of mind and safety.