Our goal here at Warren Restoration is to help our clients clean up and move on following a disaster. Examples of the kinds of disasters that we can help you with include the expected list of severe weather events–wind, storm, flood, etc.–but they also include things like hoarding. If you or a loved one has been struggling with hoarding behavior, you can turn to our team to help you with the clean-up process. In order to help you prepare yourself and your loved ones for hoarding clean-up, we have put together this brief overview of what exactly is involved.
- Junk Removal- One part of hoarding cleanup is removing all the accumulated trash from the premises. Our team will collect all the garbage, including paper waste, food, and other junk, bag it, and haul it away for you.
- Biohazard Clean-Up- Another key part of hoarding clean-up, and one that sets it apart from regular cleaning, is dealing with biohazards. There are many types of biohazards, but the most common ones in hoarding cases tend to be things like animal excrement and mold, whether that mold is from a neglected moisture problem or from rotten food that has been left to decay. This clean-up process needs to be done carefully and thoroughly in order to kill all the germs, so it’s best to leave it to the professionals.
- Deep Clean- As you can imagine, hoarding often leaves deep stains on the floors and walls, so a third part of the hoarding clean-up process is deep cleaning everything once all the junk has been cleared out. Our team will thoroughly clean every surface in your property to ensure that no grime is left behind.