Veteran Decon
Veteran Decon After Death Cleaning Services
Veteran Decon After Death Cleaning Services

Decomposition and undiscovered death

Death and decomposition are natural, but going undiscovered for days or weeks can be detrimental to the area or property. The gases released during decomposition change the structure of the air. The bodily fluids travel and contaminate everything they come in contact with.

Death and decomposition are natural and part of life. Going undiscovered for days or even weeks create biohazardous problems that can be overwhelming for the family and the bereavement process. As part of the decomposition process, the body begins to break down, will begin to create gases and rid itself of bodily fluids that all become toxic. As a result, this creates a pungent odor that sticks to fabric and can destroy porous material such as wood, tile grout, carpet, drywall etc.

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The scene is usually consists of blood,
bodily fluids, infectious disease and biohazard.

Police Officers and the medical examiner’s office will surely respond the scene as required by policy, but they do not clean up the biohazard left behind. Veteran Decon will respond immediately to remediate the scene. As part of this process, Veteran Decon will remove any odor and biohazard so the family can start the healing process. The scene is usually consists of blood, bodily fluids, infectious disease and biohazard. Improper cleaning and disposal can lead to the spread of disease and consequences for violating Department of Public Health policies. Veteran Decon cleans and sanitizes the affected area in accordance with OSHA regulations and possesses the license necessary to remediate the scene. Veteran Decon will facilitate and work with insurance companies to help cover the cost of the services.
Cleaning House After Unattended Death
Veteran Decon Donates a Portion of Proceeds

Veteran Decon works with insurance companies to help cover the cost of the remediation and will help facilitate for the family.

Additionally, Veteran Decon donates a portion of proceeds to the following foundations on a rotational basis: Law Enforcement Widows Fund, Victim Advocates, Veteran Foundations, Breast Cancer Awareness, and will donate money to schools to sponsor children in need of clothing.