DIY Hoard Cleanup

It’s not easy to cleanup a hoarder’s home as it can be full of safety hazards. There may be broken glass everywhere, tons of insects, and the toxic levels of ammonia may be high especially in the homes of pet hoarders. Having the right equipment is very important when cleaning up.

One day isn’t enough to clean a hoarder’s home. In fact, at least one week is needed to clean up the trash. If the home badly needs repair or renovation due to hoarding, you can find a company that does a home renovation and repair.

Though you can save a lot when you do the cleanup yourself, you need to consider the safety hazards involved as well as the lack of equipment and time constraints.

For tips on how to do a hoard cleanup, click here.

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I am so impressed with the job that Gregg and Karen did for my aunt's home. Not only did they take the time to explain thorougly what they were going to do, but they did EXACTLY as they promised.

We never expected to get the sales price for the house that we ended up getting. If you had seen my aunt's home before they started, you would know why. By the time the job was done, the house looked totally transformed.

Needless to say... I highly recommend their services!

Nancy G.
Randolph, New Jersey