Services: suicide, unattended, murder & industrial accidents
Services provided for West Virginia:
- Body decomposition
- Vehicle incidents
- Industrial accidents
- Disease outbreak
- Natural disasters
- Mass casualties
- Human & animal feces
- Odor removal & deodorization
- Vehicle decontamination
- Blood stain removal
- Infection control
- Police chemical clean up
- Holding cell clean up
- Burglary clean up
- Transportation & disposal of biohazards
- Filth removal of distressed properties
Restoration Services West Virginia:
- Flooring (all types)
- Cabinets & countertops
suicide cleanup West Virginia
The effects of suicidal behavior or completed suicide on friends and family members are often devastating. Individuals who lose a loved one to suicide (suicide survivors) are more at risk for becoming preoccupied with the reason for the suicide while wanting to deny or hide the cause of death, wondering if they could have prevented it, feeling blamed for the problems that preceded the suicide, feeling rejected by their loved one, and stigmatized by others. Archangels has a discreet and supportive staff of field technicians & office managers that specialize in suicide cleanup.
unattended death West Virginia
Unattended death cleanup becomes necessary when a body has not been discovered for days, weeks, or even months. After the death occurs the body starts to decompose. Decomposition takes place naturally. This process, however, can be the most gruesome of all crime scene cleaning jobs and devastating for a family to find. Decomposing bodies will leach out biological fluids that seep into the surrounding areas. These fluids can cause odors, insects, bacteria, and mold.
murder cleanup West Virginia
After a murder, a family under goes permanent changes that are difficult for the surviving members to accept. Once the scene has been released, Archangels performs the crime scene cleanup – removing all evidence & reminders of the incident.
industrial accidents West Virginia
Industrial accidents have risks associated with them if they are not properly decontaminated & sanitized by special BioRecovery personnel. For those reasons, it’s critical that all biohazard materials be disposed of and handled by competent ABRA certified technicians complying with OSHA & EPA regulations for the safety of you and others.
Business owners, landlords, commercial and industrial properties can endure strong legal issues and lawsuits by employees and other individuals if the area is not properly decontaminated & sanitized by the right industrial accident cleanup personnel. Don’t take the risk.