What is Involved in Deceased Estate Clean Ups?
Every Deceased Estate Clean Up can vary greatly depending on the family and circumstances. Upon our initial meeting we will discuss several options that will work for your particular needs.
What to Expect During Your Initial Consultation:
- We will discuss your needs and timeline
- Create an action plan
- Decide how we will sort out items that will be for sale, donations, stored or discarded.
- Discuss additional services that might be needed after the deceased estate clean up such as mould removal, water damage clean-up, biohazard remediation, odour remediation, general cleaning, carpet cleaning, etc.
- Decide how to handle items that will not be sold during an estate sale, you might want them boxed and moved to storage or set aside to go over these items with other family members.
Our Deceased Estate Clean Up technicians are reliable and more than anything, we understand the importance of caring and professionalism. Whether you are in need of getting rid of all contents left or just one. From appliances, furniture, debris, rubbish, hoarding & clutter clean up, you can rest assure that all it takes is one call to clear it all. Deceased Estate Estate cleaning can both be emotional and overwhelming. Our team of professionals are caring and have been trained to handle any situation in a compassionate manner.
Forensic Cleaning is a highly specialised cleaning and remediation disciple which requires technicians to undergo in-depth training and continuous on-the-job learning to ensure all biohazard and pathogens are removed
Professional Forensic Technicians are a Necessity for Fingerprint Dust Removal
The scene left behind after the police has completed their investigation can be just as traumatic as the crime itself. After the burglars have come into and rummaged through your belongings and have torn your home apart, the police follow-up with their investigation. There is a high possibility they will use fingerprint dust to collect evidence. After they are done, they leave you to put your home back together again. The easy part may be straightening the pictures on the walls and putting items back where they belong. The harder part is removing the fingerprint dust the police leave behind.
Fingerprint dust (aluminium powder) removal can be quite tricky. It is touch/heat activated and not always obvious where it is. Fingerprint dust clean-up is relatively easy on non-porous objects such as doors and door jambs, windows and sills, countertops, etc. however; removal from carpet, grout, clothing and linens can be very difficult to impossible.