Suicide cleanup can be a difficult and traumatic task for families, friends, and other loved ones of the deceased. But the good news is that in many cases, suicide cleanup services can be paid for by insurance. Valor Technical Cleaning specializes in suicide cleanup and supports the family throughout the entire process. We also have insurance adjusters on staff to help answer any insurance questions.

In the wake of suicide, it’s not uncommon for family members to feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do. Cleaning up the scene of a suicide can be a difficult task, both emotionally and physically. It is important to leave the cleaning to the professionals and call Valor Technical Cleaning to remove all blood and biohazard. In most cases, insurance companies will cover the cost of suicide and after-death clean-up services.

The coverage for suicide cleanup varies from one insurance company to another, but in general, it is covered if the policyholder has a policy that includes coverage for after-death cleaning services. This means that if the policyholder has a policy that includes death coverage, then the cost of cleaning up the scene of the suicide, including any necessary repairs, will be covered by the policy.

When looking for a professional suicide cleanup service, it’s important to make sure they are licensed and insured. It’s also important to ask what type of training and experience they have in suicide cleanup. This is important because the nature of suicide cleanup can be emotionally and physically demanding, so it’s important to make sure the service you are hiring is qualified and experienced in this type of work. Valor Technical Cleaning is a Veteran Owned and Operated after-death cleaning company. Our technicians are all GBAC certified and trained to provide exceptional cleaning service with attention to detail. They will help support the family through the entire process.

Suicide cleanup is a difficult task, but it is possible to get the help you need to get through Valor’s process. Insurance can help to cover the cost of the cleanup but may be tough to navigate, so make sure to contact Valor Technical Cleaning and our on-call staff can assist with all insurance questions. With the right help and support, you can get through this difficult time.

Valor’s technicians understand the delicate nature of the job and strive to provide the best possible service to our clients.  If you or someone you know needs the help of a biohazard, after-death cleaning company, please reach out to Valor for all suicide, unattended death, decomposing body, or crime scene cleaning. Our trained and compassionate team is on hand 24/7/365 to assist you. Please call 855-476-4911 for a free consultation regarding our services.