We can all agree it can be distressing to discover a loved one or neighbour who has passed away and has begun to decompose. Often enough, facility management companies, estate managers and hotel managers find themselves faced with the problem of cleaning up after a resident who has died and begun to decompose.
That’s where Rising Stars Cleaning’s decomposition cleans can be of service to you and your community by safely and economically cleaning up any remains, so that the area doesn’t just appear to be clean.
Once it is clean and restored back to its original state you have the peace of mind that the property is sanitary and habitable, once again.
Rising Stars Cleaning aims to go that extra mile for our customers and in doing so we:
• Are available to be of service to you and your community 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
. Our trained staff can even help you negotiate with your insurance company so that we can start restoring order today.
•We are discreet and professional
. We are cost effective
There are five Stages of decomposition that make specialised help imperative to ensure you, your home, your business and any occupants are protected. Knowing the five stages can help you to know how important vital, empathetic services are when a decomposing body is discovered. The stages are:
Initial Decay: the body appears normal and is in the initial stages of rigor mortise and decomposition has already begun. Full rigor mortise sets in between 12 and 24 hours and the muscles harden in place with the facial muscles going first.
Putrefaction: the body has begun to swell as internal gases are released. The flesh has begun to change colour’s and there is a strong odour starting to loom.
Black Putrefaction: the skin on the body has begun to turn black and has a creamy/yellowish consistency. The body cavity has ruptured and the odour has intensified. Blue flies may now be present.
Butyric Fermentation: the body begins to dry out and mould sets in. A cheesy odour develops.
Dry Decay: The body has lost all of its fluids, which is the largest portion of the human body and the rate of decay has slowed down dramatically.