Human or Animal Death and Decomposition Cleaning Services

Thorough Cleanup in Santa Cruz area

Death and Decomposition Cleaning

Service Master of Santa Cruz technicians are professionally trained to handle cleanup after a death. When summoned to the scene of a death of a human or an animal, our crew makes certain even the smallest traces of bio-hazardous body fluids and tissue are completely removed and the area disinfected.

As emotionally traumatic as it may be, cleanup after a death that has occurred in a home or workplace is often attempted by people who are untrained in death and decomposition cleaning.

This do-it-yourself approach can lead to many problems and is the reason that death and decomposition cleaning is regulated by law.

Overlooking no detail, Service Master takes care to properly dispose of clothing or other items on the scene that are potentially contaminated.

When a human or animal death has taken place in your home or workplace, count on Service Master of Santa Cruz for professional death and decomposition cleaning services.

Our customer service operators are standing by, 24 hours a day, at 831-459-0110.

Why Prompt Death and Decomposition Cleaning is Necessary

Once law enforcement authorities have left a death scene, professional death and decomposition cleaning should begin promptly. Here's why:

  • Body fluids can be a health hazard. Pathogens that carry disease can remain active long after death. An infectious virus such as Hepatitis B lingers in blood for up to a week, for example. A thorough cleanup prevents survivors from becoming sick.
  • We can help with closure. By efficiently yet compassionately cleaning up a death scene, an experienced crew from Service Master of Santa Cruz assists family members, friends, or co-workers with resuming their lives.

Call Service Master of Santa Cruz technicians today at 831-459-0110 for death and decomposition cleaning that eliminates biohazards and reminders of death in a home or workplace.

Our service area includes communities throughout Santa Cruz County, including the cities of Santa Cruz, Capitola, Scotts Valley, Watsonville, Aptos, Felton, Soquel, and Ben Lomond.