When a traumatic death or crime occurs at a property, it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the setting is cleaned and sanitised. Unfortunately for families who have lost a loved one, this suggests the onus is on them to take on the job themselves. Understandably this is already a very difficult stage for a bereaved family, without having to face the unimaginable task of cleaning up afterwards.

There Is Help Available

Trauma Clean 24 Seven helps to alleviate the stress, leaving the family to concentrate on what really matters. Not only do we take on the burden of the clean, but also the risks and dangers of dealing with potentially hazardous residue from the incident. Although families may consider cleaning the scene themselves will save them money, it is not advisable to try to undertake this type of clean yourself, as this can pose significant health and safety risks.  Our highly trained professional teams use a scientific process to ensure all biochemical pathogens and viruses are removed safely and effectively, thus eliminating the risk of people becoming affected in any way by these hazardous pathogens months later.

What Are Pathogens?

Pathogens are microorganisms – such as bacteria and viruses – that cause disease.

They include the following diseases and viruses:

  • HIV
  • MRSA
  • Zika virus
  • Hepititus B
  • Ebola virus
  • Noro virus

Trauma Clean 24/7’s Dedicated Teams

The Trauma Clean teams work hard to ensure that the property and the family can return to normal as quickly as possible. Our priority is to put our customers’ minds at ease and to provide a discreet and professional clean up after death service. All of our staff are comprehensively trained and must have passed an extensive NASC accredited training programme.

If you have any questions regarding our services please contact us on 0203 640 8247, or email us at [email protected] where a member of our supportive team will be ready to help with your enquiry.