We often get asked “How do I cleanup after a compulsive hoarder?” Here are some things you can do if you’ve got a similar situation on your hands.
- Start in the room where the most time is spent
- Don’t just pick something up and set it in another room. Put it where it belongs, or trash/donate it.
- Fill up one big trash bag per day and take it to the garbage.
- Donate useable items to charity
If The Job Is Too Overwhelming
Mild hoarding situations can be handled by the family, in a lot of cases. However, most are just too much for the family to deal with, both physically and emotionally. Hiring professionals for the cleanup can mitigate many of the issues it may be best to call in the professionals. Bio-One of Duval County provides professional hoarding cleanup services and we’re here to help you. For the times when cleaning up is outside of your comfort zone, or could even be dangerous to your health or the health of others, give us a call at +1(904)778-5125.
We are insured and certified for the safe cleanup and removal of biohazards. We know how sensitive hoarding situations can be and we promise to be empathetic and respectful, and will return the home to a safe, livable environment.
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