We do the utmost to protect your privacy when dealing with a hoarding cleanup. We are discreet, caring, and confidential. If the owner of the property is still living in the home, cleanup and removal can be traumatic for them if not handled with compassion and without judgment.
Hoarding cleanup is a process with several stages. We begin by, as discreetly as possible, removing the trash that has built up. We also properly and safely dispose of any biohazardous material that may be present. Next we evaluate furniture and other materials, and dispose of any that have been irreparably damaged by built up filth. Finally, we clean the home from top to bottom. At the end of the process your home will be sanitized and deodorized, and be restored to a safe and habitable condition.
If you are trying to deal with cleaning the home of a hoarder, you don’t have to face this task alone. This illness is more common than many people think, and we have lots of experience in cleaning the homes of hoarders in Rochester and the surrounding areas. If you find yourself in this situation, give Crime & Trauma Scene Eraser a call today, at (800) 445-3304.