Dead body odor is quite pungent and not a scent you can forget quickly. When a body has been decomposing for some time, this odor will surface. To truly get rid of the odor from your property, you need expert help and professional equipment.
Georgia Clean Provides Dead Body Odor Removal
As a biohazard cleanup company, we are experts in dead body odor removal and deodorization. With professional experience servicing your home, office, car, and boat, we can tailor a solution to your specific needs whatever your situation may be.
Typically, the death odor removal is part of the death cleanup process. However, if the odor is lingering, it is because the scene either wasn’t completely remediated or the odor has infused into the carpet, drapery, or other porous items. Some items can be cleaned, but others need to be discarded. If the dead body odor has not been handled correctly, the distinctive odor of death will remain.
What Causes the Foul Odors?
Once a person dies, the decomposition process begins. Bacteria that is already in the body will start to digest the tissue and bodily fluids. The release of gases from the bacteria is what produces the putrid smell of death. Initially, these gasses infuse into the air molecules which hold the odor in the immediate area of the death scene. As more time passes, the odor can make its way into other parts of the home and eventually infuse into soft, porous items such as clothing, paper, drapery, cloth couches and chairs, and more.
There are various factors that determine the exact scent of decomposing bodies and contaminated areas. Some factors contributing to varies scents are:
- The genetic makeup and diet of the deceased
- How long the body was left unattended
- The climate where the dead body was located
- The type of bacteria present in the body
There are also enzymes that are active during the decomposition process that contribute to the dead body smell. Additionally, maggots and flies play a part in the decomposition process.
Leave Odor Removal to the Professionals
Call on the professionals to eliminate the dead body odor. Biohazard technicians will come in and remediate any biohazards at the scene. Then they will work to eliminate the residual odor in the air or any odor that has been infused into the soft, porous items. We utilize a state-of-the-art odor removal treatment process to deliver fresh results.
Why Choose Georgia Clean?
Georgia Clean is a fully accredited, insured, and bonded company. Most importantly, we set the standard for quality by requiring all our employees to pass a thorough background check and pre-employment and yearly drug testing.
The science of finding and ridding your home of strong odors after someone has died can be extremely tricky. Contact Georgia Clean for the premier solutions in odor elimination by calling us at 770-766-4562 or filling out our online contact form.