If you or a loved one have concern about a hoarding situation, we can help.
Hoarding is a neuro-behavioral disorder, and should be handled with compassionate communication, care, and patience. People who experience hoarding behaviors often have so many belongings that their “stuff” starts to impair access to hallways, rooms, exits, and entrances. Despite obvious safety hazards, clearing things out can be difficult, painful, and anxiety-provoking.
Our compassionate Hoarding Clean Up Managers are specially trained to help you or your loved one clear the home and make it safe again by creating a step-by-step plan for your specific situation.
How We Help with Hoarding Clean Up
We work with you to create a comprehensive plan to manage the entire clean-up project compassionately and discreetly.
We work with you to identify which items to keep, donate, recycle or discard. We'll then organize your home so it's comfortable and makes sense for you.
Our project isn't over until we make sure your home is clean and, most importantly, safe. We can also facilitate any repairs that need to be made.
Patience and building trust are key when managing a hoarding situation. Saying or doing the wrong thing can exacerbate the issue at hand.
Talk with one of our hoarding clean up professionals to learn more about the process.