Note from the owner: The cost of cleaning your house should not cost you your home! I’m seeing a disturbing trend of some aftermath specialists charging outrageously high prices for their services. This upsets me, as it reflects on all aftermath companies. Raven Recovery will NEVER overcharge or try to use your misfortune for our gain. Perhaps over time we can help reverse this trend!
To this end, in order to ensure everyone has access to a trauma scene cleanup, Raven Recovery is dedicated in making sure no one slips through the cracks. No family will be turned away due to lack of insurance or funds when there is an unexpected death. There are resources in the community that can help with funds, and we’re willing to work with those less fortunate to find alternative methods of payment.
Cleaning up is the last thing you should be doing at a time of crisis. Those are moments that should be spent with friends and family, not worrying about who’s going to clean up the mess.
Your very first step in a traumatic situation is to call your home owner’s insurance, or if your rent, contact your landlord, so he or she can reach their agent. Insurance companies prefer that professional biohazard teams clean unattended death scenes. This way, the insurance companies are assured that the scene is cleaned to the proper standards and that all materials are disposed of appropriately.
Raven Recovery will come in, appraise the situation, and deal directly with your insurance company. We will compassionately, and discreetly, clean up any biohazardous material and dispose of it according to industry and state standards.
We can’t change what happened, but we can help make it a little easier to return home.
The owners of Raven Recovery have lost loved ones to traumatic events, too, and understand the shock and feelings of helplessness one goes through at such times. Let us help you work your way through your loss in the best way we know how.
Leave the crime scene cleanup to the professionals, so you can spend your time with your loved ones.