God's Cleaning Crew
Professional Suicide Cleanup Services In Toronto

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How GCC can help you with a suicide clean up?

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Support at Tragic Time

God's Cleaning Crew is committed to supporting people through their tragic times. We believe in offering an empathetic and compassionate approach to crime, trauma, homicide and suicide clean ups.

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Toronto Based

We offer expert death cleanup, crime and trauma, biohazard cleaning services and have been serving the Toronto, GTA and Ontario communities for more than 5 years.

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Immediate & Effective Cleanup

Our cleanups can be scheduled within 24 hours of contacting, and sometimes as quick as 45 minutes. The work is done in a professional manner, whether it is weekend or late evening service.

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Discreet Service

Our goal is to restore safety to an environment in the most professional and discreet manner possible.

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Handle Other Biohazards

If the place is affected with cat, dog, wildlife animal feces such as raccoons or pigeons or rats and mice, we can take care of it too.

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Cost Efficient

Our service is the most cost effective in the market. And we beat any competitor's quote. Call us for free consulations and quote.



What are the potential health risks post a suicide scene?

When a death goes unnoticed or unattended for an extended period of time, it can lead to a number of health hazards and potential diseases. This is because the body begins to decompose shortly after death, and the process can accelerate in warm or humid environments.


Some of the diseases and health hazards that can occur after an unattended death or suicide that requires immediate cleanup can include:

  • Bacterial and viral infections: The decomposing body can harbour a variety of bacteria and viruses that can pose a risk to those who come into contact with it. This can include MRSA, E. coli, hepatitis, and HIV.
  • Mold and fungi: As the body decomposes, it can release moisture into the environment, which can promote the growth of mold and fungi. Exposure to mold spores can cause respiratory problems and other health issues.
  • Animal & Insect infestations: Rats, flies, beetles, and other insects are attracted to the smell of decomposing flesh and can lay eggs in the body. This can lead to infestations of maggots, which can spread bacteria and other pathogens.
  • Odour & Smell: The smell of decomposition can linger for weeks or even months after an unattended death, and can be difficult to remove without professional cleaning.

The death of a loved one can have a profound and everlasting impact on their family members. The grieving process can be complex and can vary from person to person, but some common emotions & experiences that the family may go through include:


  1. Shock and disbelief: The news of a loved one's death can be shocking and difficult to accept. It may take time for family members to fully process the reality of the situation.
  2. Intense emotions: Grief can manifest in a variety of emotions, such as sadness, anger, guilt, and loneliness. Family members may experience these emotions in varying degrees and at different times.
  3. Physical symptoms: Grief can also have physical effects on the body, such as fatigue, loss of appetite, and sleep disturbances.
  4. Changes in family dynamics: The death of a loved one can lead to changes in family roles and dynamics. Family members may need to take on new responsibilities or adjust to new ways of interacting with each other.
  5. Financial and practical concerns: The death of a loved one can also bring financial and practical concerns, such as funeral expenses, legal matters, and estate management.
  6. Support from others: Family members may find comfort and support from friends, relatives, or professional counselors as they navigate the grieving process.

It is essential to remember that everyone experiences grief & sadness on different levels and there is no "right" or "wrong" way to feel the grief. The most important thing is to allow yourself and your family members the time and space to grieve and process the loss in their own way. For your time of need, God's Cleaning Crew is here to support you, please call us 24/7 on our emergency contact no 1-888-679-9116 or drop us a message.


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FAQ’s


How long does it take to cleanup a suicide scene?

  • The length of time it takes to clean up a suicide scene can vary depending on several factors, such as the extent of the damage, the type of materials involved, and the size of the area to be cleaned. It can range anywhere from 4 hours to even 3 days or more. Generally speaking, suicide cleanup is a complex and time-consuming process that requires specialized equipment, training, and expertise.

What do I need to do if I am living in the house where the trauma occured?

  • You should reach out to your landlord if you are renting to have the space decontaminated at the earliest. If you own you should reach out to a professional service provide at the earliest to avoid yourself and your family members being exposed to biohazardous substances.

Who cleans up a suicide scene in Ontario?

  • Suicide cleanups are done by a biohazard cleanup company like God's Cleaning Crew in Ontario. It requires specialized equipment, training, and expertise.


Reach out to us for a free consulation and quote by calling us at 1-888-679-9116.

At God's Cleaning Crew, we understand the emotional and physical toll dealing with a suicide situation can take. Whether you're dealing with the aftermath of a suicide, a hoarding scenario, or any other extreme cleanup need, our team is here to help. We approach each task with sensitivity, professionalism, and a commitment to restoring your space to its optimal state.

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