Suicide Clean Up Services
Valor Technical Cleaning is a veteran-owned technical cleaning service that specializes in suicide cleanup, blood spill cleanup, crime scene cleanup, unattended death cleanup, and more. Our professional team of GBAC-certified cleaners conduct themselves with professionalism, technical proficiency, and empathy to ensure a clean, safe environment for you and your loved ones.
Dealing with the suicide of a loved one is one of the most traumatic experiences someone can endure. You shouldn’t have to handle cleaning up in these horrific situations, which is why Valor Technical Cleaning is here 24/7/365. Let us handle the cleaning so that we can restore your space to its original, safe condition, and you can begin the healing process.
Our GBAC-certified technicians follow the highest cleaning standards to ensure your environment is safe and free of biohazardous materials. Suicide cleanups require special cleaning agents, personal protective equipment (PPE), and disposal methods to completely sanitize the affected area and keep you and your loved ones safe.
What is Biohazard Remediation?
Biohazard remediation involves the special removal and cleaning of bodily fluids such as blood and other hazardous materials following a crime, accident, death or other contamination. Biohazard remediation companies frequently respond to bloodborne pathogens. These hazardous materials can cause significant damage to those exposed, making the use of professional equipment and the proper methods even more imperative.
Suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States, leading to tens of thousands of premature deaths every year. Many different factors can increase someone’s risk of suicide, including social pressures, abuse, trauma, and genetics. While most common for those between the ages of 10 and 34, suicide can affect anyone.
Per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), here are some important statistics on suicide to know:
- Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.
- Between 1999 and 2019, suicides increased by 33 percent.
- In 2019, suicide claimed 47,500 lives.
- That’s roughly 1 death every 11 minutes.
- In 2019, 1.4 million Americans attempted suicide while roughly 12 million Americans seriously considered ending their lives.
- Suicide rates are higher for veterans, those in rural areas, and young people in the LGBTQ community.
Never Attempt Unattended Death Cleanup on Your Own
In the wake of a suicide, cleaning the affected area should be the last thing on your mind. Attempting a cleanup on your own can also cause health risks and expose you to even more trauma and grief. There’s no reason to tackle this burden by yourself.
Here are just a few reasons why you should trust the trained professionals at Valor Technical Cleaning to handle the suicide cleanup instead of attempting the job yourself:
Attempting a suicide cleanup will expose you to harmful biological materials, such as bloodborne pathogens. The health risk is even more hazardous since many dangerous contaminants aren’t visible or apparent.
Proper safety equipment
Most homeowners don’t have access to the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to safely disinfect an area. Our team members use trusted PPE to protect themselves and others during the cleaning process.
many contaminants are invisible to the naked eye. By cleaning up blood and other biohazardous materials on your own, you may fail to completely sanitize the entire area. This opens you up to potential health risks. Our expert cleaners will completely sanitize your home and properly dispose of any hazardous materials.
cleaning up after a suicide can be traumatic and makes it more difficult to begin the healing process.
Hiring a Suicide Cleanup Company
Before hiring a suicide cleanup company, you should understand what’s involved in the process. Biohazard remediation and suicide cleanup requires science-based remediation techniques. These companies contain the affected areas while removing all traces of biological material and disinfecting and deodorizing the area to make it a safe and livable place once again.
Qualified suicide cleanup companies use ATP tests that measure cell activity to determine the safety of an area. These companies only consider their job finished once the test registers zero RLU (registered light units).
At Valor, we observe both OSHA and EPA regulations and use the highest-quality personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure everyone’s safety.
How Much Does Suicide Cleanup Cost?
In most cases, suicide cleanup is covered by homeowner’s insurance. Insurance companies will cover the costs of our services and may even replace damaged items. If your homeowner’s insurance doesn’t cover suicide cleanup, we’ll work with you to ensure you get the help you need.
Contact us immediately for a free quote and a fast response. Our qualified customer service representatives will be able to tell you the next steps to getting your environment back to normal.
Get a Free Quote
Tell a Valor representative the details of the crime scene so they can issue a free quote. They will thoroughly explain the nature of the cleanup to you and make sure you’re comfortable with all of the charges. You can also schedule a prompt response during this step.
Dispatch to the Site
After scheduling the cleanup, our team of professionals dispatches to your house in an unmarked truck and a trailer unit. They haul biohazardous materials off the premises and restore your area to safety through decontamination. After confirming the environment’s safety, payment gets addressed in the appropriate time frame (insurance covers most of Valor’s services).
Rapid response: Valor’s certified technicians are trained in a wide variety of technical clearing situations to bring you the most comprehensive, effective biohazard remediation. our 24/7/365 service ensure our teams will be ready to respond to your call at all hours, in a discreet, timely manner.
Trained experts: Our experts receive the highest level of training and strictly adhere to all OSHA and EPA regulations. Using only the highest-grade PPE, we ensure your safety as well as the safety of all our employees.
Compassion: No one should have to endure the trauma resulting from suicide. At Valor, we understand your pain and provide discreet service to ensure that you can give unbothered by the logistic aspects of the cleanup. Our team members provide comfort, compassion, and empathy during your most vulnerable time.
Science-based cleaning solutions: Valor only relies on the most advanced cleaning solutions and methods. We choose our tools based on scientific evidence and our methods are the most effective and efficient methods on the market.
Hiring a Suicide Cleanup Company
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – (800) 273-8255
Suicide Cleanup is one of the most difficult situations we deal with at Valor Technical Cleaning. but we recognize it is much more difficult for those affected. Our commitment is to take on as much of the logistical burden of cleaning as possible so you don’t have to worry about dealing with the aftermath.
Cleaning up after death or suicide goes way beyond your standard cleaning job and should never be attempted by someone who isn’t a trained professional. We go beyond simply making things look clean on the surface. Every surface, object, and piece of furniture needs to be checked to make sure all objects that could pose a health risk are removed or remediated.
Contact Valor Technical Cleaning Today
When the worst happens, Valor is here to help. Any space, any job, any time.
Call Valor Support 24/7/365 at 303-529-4894 to speak with one of our Valor team members and we’ll begin developing a technical cleaning solution that fits your needs. No matter the situation, you can trust that Valor Technical Cleaning will treat you with compassion, respect, and provide highly technical cleaning to keep you and those you care about safe.