Hoarder Home Cleanups

Are you dealing with the overwhelming challenge of hoarder home cleanup? If your living space is so cluttered that movement is restricted or you're struggling to manage numerous animals, ORC is here to help. Whether it's your own situation or an inherited problem, we understand the complexities of cleaning up after hoarding. You might be asking yourself, "Where do I even begin with such a daunting task?" We recognize that hoarder cleanup is not only a substantial job but can also present safety hazards. Let us assist you in navigating this significant and potentially risky undertaking.


ORC: Your Trusted Partner for Expert Cleanup in Challenging Scenarios

Choose ORC for the job, and we'll handle it with expertise and dedication! We understand the challenges you're facing, and we're well-prepared both physically and mentally. No matter the severity, ORC's technicians possess the experience and training to efficiently resolve the problem. In certain situations, cleanup may necessitate the specialized skills of a bio-hazard cleanup company, like ORC. Examples include scenarios involving an excess of animals or situations with unattended deaths where bio-hazards are present. Trust ORC to navigate these challenges with care and professionalism.

The Dangers Of Hoarder Cleanups

Embarking on the cleanup of a hoarder's home, whether it involves excessive belongings or animals, presents a time-consuming and challenging task. Hoarding cleanups extend beyond mere organization and disposal, often involving infestations of rodents, roaches, and other animals, creating an environment conducive to mold and bacteria growth. Managing a hoarder site cleanup exposes workers to various bio-hazards, emphasizing the need for personal protective equipment throughout all phases of the process. This includes essential gear such as gloves, face masks, and protective suits. Trust our professional team to handle the intricate challenges of hoarder cleanup with meticulous care and adherence to safety protocols.

Caring For The Person And Their Property

In the process of hoarder home cleanups, workers typically categorize items into three groups: Items to keep. Items to donate. Items to discard. It's crucial to recognize that hoarding stems from a mental disorder, making cleanup challenging, especially with the individual present. Hoarders may be dealing with additional disorders such as obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and depression. Given these complexities, it's advisable for hoarders to seek professional mental counseling before participating in the cleanup. This precaution is essential to address potential difficulties in letting go, even of seemingly obvious items categorized as trash.

How we Manage your Hoarder Cleanup

When you opt for ORC to handle the cleanup, our approach includes: Assignment of an estimator/project manager who guides you meticulously through the entire process. Non-judgmental handling of the person(s) and their situation by ORC. Compassionate assistance from case managers and our trained assistants (biohazard certified personnel) throughout the process. Implementation of sorting and organizational services for the person(s) property. Provision of dumpsters and/or trailers for efficient removal of unwanted items.