Hoarding Clean Up is a serious issue, and dealing with the hoarder and realizing what the reasons they have become a hoarder is important to solving the hoarding issue. Our employees know how important it is to work with the hoarder for the hoarding clean up situation.
- How to Help Someone Who Hoards
- Don’t Take Their Possessions.
- Don’t Enable the Behavior.
- Educate Yourself.
- Recognize Small Victories.
- Help Them Sort Their Belongings.
- Don’t Clean Up for Them.
- Help Your Loved One Find Treatment.
Clutter Clean Up can vary from a few rooms needing major cleanup to a whole house. Our professional staff is trained and experienced in making sure your home or building is free of cluttered items. Call us for more information on Clutter Clean Up services near you.
Hoarding cleaning comes down to many aspects but when searching for a professional cleaning company always consider what the company specializes in doing as a major service. Compassionate individuals are important and having the proper training to accomplish a hoarding clean up is important. The company should carry the proper insurance as there are often times many unknown’s in a hoarding clean up situation. A restoration company or company that specializes in other services may not be the best company to hire.
Hoarding Level Four: Sewer backup, hazardous electrical wiring, flea infestation, rotting food on counters, lice on bedding, and pet damage to home. Hoarding Level Five: Rodent infestation, kitchen and bathroom unusable due to clutter, human and animal feces, and disconnected electrical and/or water service.
Our clients are our priority, and we go above and beyond to be
flexible in both scheduling and pricing to make sure we’re providing the right services,
at the right time, for the best price.