Hoarding is a psychological disorder that needs to be addressed with empathy, professionalism, and respect. ServiceMaster of Baltimore offers compassionate hoarding cleanup for individuals and families who need help dealing with the significant cleanup and health risks associated with hoarding. Learn more about what to expect during a hoarding cleanup and why it’s so important to seek professional cleaning services to help you recover.
Hoarding Health Hazards
In many cases, hoarding is more than just collecting too much stuff. Homes with excessive belongings, many that have building up over time, are prime targets for rodents, insects, and mold. Cleaning around large amounts of items is difficult, and messes are often missed or ignored. Cluttered homes also negatively impact the occupants psychologically, making it even more difficult to approach the task of cleaning.
Hoarding Cleanup: Removing and Tagging Items
We know how difficult it is for someone with a hoarding disorder to part with their belongings and may not appreciate having strangers in their home trying to get rid of things. Our hoarding cleanup professionals are trained in how to deal with these situations and will always treat you and your property with respect and care.
Our staff will work with you to tag items that need to be saved and remove unwanted items from the residence. We offer offsite moving and storage services to keep tagged items, such as major appliances and furniture, safe while the rest of the home is thoroughly cleaned.
We want you to return to a sanitary and welcoming environment, so the second step of our hoarding cleanup process is a full cleaning, including kitchens and bathrooms. Our team inspects for water damage, mold, and other safety hazards to address them appropriately. After the property is completely cleaned, your tagged items will be returned to you.
ServiceMaster of Baltimore Hoarding Cleanup
ServiceMaster of Baltimore has over 60 years of experience dealing with all types of disaster situations. Our compassionate hoarding cleanup professionals can help you and your family recover from hoarding and live in a healthy home once again. Please call us at 410-780-1700 to learn more.