HOARDER CLEANUP

 


Compulsive hoarding is a complex anxiety disorder that makes it difficult for a person to discard or part with possessions, regardless of their actual value. Hoarders sometimes feel items will be useful one day or that they have sentimental value. Many people have dealt with this problem their entire lives, and often only after family members become involved is the issue addressed.

In addition to excessive clutter, other serious consequences of compulsive hoarding can include fire or health hazards and insect or rodent infestations. In many cases, depending on the level of contamination in a hoarding environment, our technicians must utilize protective gear to avoid further contamination. Our hoarding cleanup services include debris removal, biohazard disposal, content cleaning for salvageable items, and professional cleaning, disinfecting, sanitizing and deodorizing of the affected premises.

Removal of hoarding debris and waste can be dangerous, and therefore, extraordinary precautions must be taken. At ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's, we know that successfully handling a hoarding situation calls for an honest, realistic approach and professional skills that can only come from specialized training.

Our company has many years of experience and expertise in professional cleaning and restoration, so we are equipped to handle all situations. ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's brings the training and experience necessary to help resolve any hoarding situation, large or small.

You can trust ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's to ensure professional and proper cleanup of any hoarding site.

 

RESTORING YOUR PEACE OF MIND

Our highly trained technicians are knowledgeable of the professional techniques and safety regulations to deal with each unique situation respectfully and effectively.

ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's takes pride in restoring peace of mind by providing professional hoarding cleanup services. We work directly and collaboratively with our customers to provide outstanding results. Day or night, we are available to take your call 24/7, every day of the year.

If you or a loved one is experiencing a hoarding situation, we will work with you or the property owner to restore the property, and your peace of mind.

Hoarder Clean Up for the home

SIGNS OF HOARDING

Some common indications of hoarding include:

  • Extreme collection and storage of items
  • Accumulation of newspapers, rubbish
  • Blocked doorways and windows
  • Small pathways created through storage piles throughout rooms
  • Rotting food, numerous empty used food containers
  • Human and or animal waste
  • Rodent and insect infestation
  • Mold, spider webs, etc.
  • General neglect of the property

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