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Extreme Hoarding Cleanup has been a leader in hoarding and clutter cleanup for many years. You will not find a more empathetic, caring and compassionate company. Our cleaning crews are trained to deliver professional, courteous service to all our clients.Contact us with any questions or to let us know how we can help you or your loved one. We look forward to working with you.

The easiest definition of hoarding is when the amount of acquired clutter prohibits functionality in the home. This means that functional areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and dining rooms cannot be used for their intended purpose.

Hoarding, gross filth cleanup and the removal of trash and debris from a hoarding site, typically involves cleaning the building or residence that a reasonable person would find uninhabitable. Often this is due to a combination of filth and debris from hoarding, fecal matter, excessive trash, expired food, odor, boxed items, mold, mildew, etc., these extreme situations often require the services of trained professionals. The task of cleaning an area of gross filth, often referred to as hoarding cleanup, can be challenging and often impossible for an individual untrained in decontamination and odor removal. Our technicians are trained in locating and safely eliminating mold, mildew, asbestos and fecal matter can contribute to serious illnesses if proper precautions are not taken while cleaning a gross filth or hoarding site.

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Is hoarding a kind of obsessive-compulsive disorder? Right now, compulsive hoarding is considered by many researchers to be a type of obsessive-compulsive disorder. However, for some people, compulsive hoarding may also be related to: Impulse control disorders (such as impulsive buying or stealing) , Depression, Social anxiety, Bipolar disorder, Certain personality traits.

In our hoarding research, one of the most common inquiries we get is: "My [mother, father, sibling, friend, spouse, etc.] has a terrible hoarding problem. But he/she doesn't seem to recognize that it's a problem and isn't interested in doing anything about it. How can I make him/her see that this is a problem and get the help he/she so badly needs?"

Somehow along the way, they experience a growing need to accept more animals into their mix than they can realistically care for. These individuals are not trying to do any harm, they just simply can’t keep up with the workload that caring for a large, growing number of animals requires.

A serious condition of clutter is always considered on a less urgent nature than a hoarding condition but should still be done with professional and organized staff. A serious clutter condition could cause issues which can harm the individual such as books or other items on the floor or difficulty walking in certain areas of the home. Our staff is ready to help with your clutter cleaning!