Unattended Death / Decomposition
Sometimes, individuals die alone and are not found for several days or even longer. This is called an unattended death.
Sometimes, individuals die alone and are not found for several days or even longer. This is called an unattended death. The body naturally begins to decompose very quickly after death.
With decomposition, the body no longer looks like it did in life. Biological fluids begin to seep out and body tissues begin to breakdown. After a few hours to a few days, depending on the weather, these changes invite odor, insects, bacteria, and mold. These consequences impact more than just the area where the individual is found. They can impact furnishings and personal items in other parts of the home or business.
Finding a decomposing body can be very difficult for a family member, landlord, or friend. It can also be a very difficult scene to fully remediate. Cleanup should only be done by a professional crime scene cleaning team specializing in unattended death cleanup.
On Call Bio-New Mexico has cleaned many different unattended death scenes. We understand what happens with the body and know what to look for. We also know where to look for it. Industry-standard safety and disinfection procedures are always followed by our professional staff.
We will remove personal property, flooring, and other elements as appropriate and dispose of them following New Mexico biohazard procedures. Because even the smallest amount of biological material can cause serious issues with odor, On Call Bio-Florida uses several tools to clean both surfaces and the air.
When we are finished with the unattended death cleanup, the scene will be safe and clean. Of course, if any concerns are noted later, On Call Bio-New Mexico will return to investigate. Further remediation services will be provided as needed.
On Call Bio-New Mexico serves Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and surrounding suburbs with the foremost unattended death cleanup services in Florida. Contact us today to schedule a visit to your area.