Unattended Death Cleanup in Wisconsin
Many families in Wisconsin received the unfortunate news every day that a relative was discovered dead at their home. When a person dies undiscovered for any amount of time over 1 day they will likely begin to decompose. If they are discovered after this has happened there will likely be decomposed dead body tissue and blood that is left at the home's surfaces. These can also create extreme odors at the home as well. WisconsinCleanIT and our companies hazmat cleaners are trained to know how to deal with cleaning a home after an unattended death.
WisconsinCleanIT and our biohazard cleaners do 100's of unattended death cleanup jobs every year at homes in Wisconsin and have extensive knowledge on what to do to clean up the blood and bodily fluids from the aftermath of the death.
How To Schedule an Unattended Death Cleanup in Wisconsin
WisconsinCleanIT is the fastest-growing biohazard cleanup company in Wisconsin, which makes scheduling easier than you may think. We likely have a regional office in your city which can allow us to get to your house faster to evaluate the damages caused by the unattended death.
To schedule an estimate or unattended death cleanup in Wisconsin you simply need to call our toll-free number and we will transfer you to our nearest office to set up a time to meet at the property.
How Much Does it Cost?
We do not charge for estimates unless it is clearly told to you that we will need to. This is rarely the case as we do 100's of free estimates every year. To compile the exact costs for the unattended death to be cleaned up does require an onsite estimate. In rare cases, we are able to provide a remote estimate with pictures you email us but it is best to have one of our local branch offices come to take a look at how extensive the damage is.
Do You Accept Insurance?
Insurance can often times cover some or all of the costs of an unattended death cleanup in Wisconsin. Although it is important to note that every homeowner's policy is different. They have different limitations, deductibles, and payouts for various types of damages.
Our customer service representatives will help you go over your homeowners policy and help determine if their is reason to file a claim.