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Professional Help For Decomposed Death Cleanup in Tennessee

TennesseeCleanIt and our professional trauma cleanup technicians are trained and licensed to clean the aftermath of a death scene. Every way a person can die has its own set of circumstances and challenges. Many of our customers call us from locations we serve in Tennessee due to a relative who has died and decomposed on their property. The human remains are often removed as best as possible by a local Coroner or Medical Examiner, however, due to the decomposing of the corpse there is often a lot of remains that are left behind on the surfaces. At the very least there is blood and human fluids, which all pose health risk and can further damage the structure of the property. Our technicians have the knowledge, skills, and equipment, needed to clean and remove these hazards.

We Can Help Clean & Deodorize Your Home

Cleaning a home that has had a decomposed death is a job for professional trauma cleanup technicians. Our teams of licensed trauma cleaners not only have extensive experience in dealing with cleaning homes from the aftermath of death. Our teams can provide a full range of services that will allow us to remove any of the affected areas and furniture, clean and sterilize, and deodorize the home. The result is typically a fully sanitize home that is restored to safe and sterilized condition. Once the cleaning is completed by our licensed technicians and contractors, it becomes safe and sterilized, for your return or to sell.

Understanding the Process A Corpse Decomposes

The process of human body decomposition is a natural and inevitable occurrence after death. As cellular functions cease, the body undergoes a series of stages. Initially, autolysis sets in, where enzymes break down cells from within. Bacteria, present both externally and internally, accelerate decay by producing gases that lead to bloating and discoloration. The body’s skin breaks down, revealing underlying tissues, while putrefaction causes strong odors. Maggots and insects arrive, feeding on the decaying flesh. Gradually, as nutrient availability decreases, the body enters the active decay phase, with bones exposed as remaining tissues erode. Eventually, bones weather and decompose, blending into the environment. Factors like temperature, humidity, and location influence the speed and progression of decomposition. If you have had a decomposed death at a family’s property and are located in Tennessee we can help. Give us a call and let us better explain to you how we can restore your home back to a safe and sanity condition. TennesseeCleanIt and our technicians provide 24-hour customer care hours.

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The trauma cleanup technicians we use are licensed and trained to deal with the biohazards and human waste found at a home with a decomposed death. Contact us today and find out how we help customers in Tennessee.

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