Oakland Hoarding Clean up
Welcome to Oakland Hoarding Cleanup. We may not be on the TV show Hoarders (yet, *ahem* A&E), but we still want to help keep you and your loved ones safe by assisting or taking over the hoarding clean up.
Hoarding cleanup is a daunting, often emotional task. That is why we have the option of getting a hoarding cleanup specialist to help you or your loved one with either clutter cleanup, junk removal, estate cleaning, and even distressed cleaning.
Our hoarding cleanup experts also offer certified hoarding cleanup/ biohazard/ hazmat for the cleanup and disposal of animal and human waste, that includes feces and urine clean up and even animal carcass removal.
We know reaching out and finding hoarding disorder help is hard, but do not worry we will help you or your loved one. No matter how bad the situation is or how long it has been going on; we are here to go every step of the way. All you or your loved one has to do is take that first step in convincing yourself you need help and then reaching out to us. It's okay to admit it; there is no judgment from us. But first, how do you know there’s a hoarding issue?
1. What is a Hoarding Disorder?
When people excessively save items that other view as junk, but to the hoarder, it's seen as priceless and valuable items. They also have difficulties getting rid of or parting with their possessions, which lead to clutter that interrupts their ability to use their living or work space.
Do not mix up hoarding with collecting. Collectors usually set budgets and keep their collection clean and organized, when hoarders have no budget and eventually get to the point of just setting things where there is available space.
2. Why Should You Get Hoarding Disorder Help?
A hoarding disorder can cause problems with relationships, it can put a strain on your family and even your pets, and leads up to the unwillingness to let anyone else in your home. Eventually, it will also lead up to isolation and loneliness, problems with social and work activities, and an inability to perform daily tasks such as cooking, bathing, and even using the restroom.
3. An Assessment for Hoarding
If ANY of these questions sounded familiar, or you answered yes, it’s time to call a junk removal team, or hoarding cleanup specialist.
4. Facts About Hoarding Disorder.
5.What Effects Can Hoarding Have On Your Health And Your Life?
There are numerous ways hoarding can negatively affect your health. If you fall or have an accident, hoarding can cause difficulties for emergency services of getting to you inside your home.
Having a clutter of garbage or human and animal waste can cause mold and even pest infestations which the can then cause respiratory issues. That could also lead to rats or other pests living in your walls, then chancing them chewing on wiring in your walls causing electricity problems or even fires.
It also makes the necessary upkeep maintenance of your house impossible to perform, creating more ways of mold and infestations to start.
Mold and Mildew can cause all sorts of health issues, which can and will cause you constant trips in and out of the hospitals and doctor's office, especially for your kids.
Hoarders will also keep things outside the house as well which can attract unwanted attention from burglars, the police, neighbors, and even the state. If your hoarding gets out of control, someone will notice and if you have kids you chance the state claiming the home is not suitable for them to live there. This of course, can lead to far more emotional strain.
6.Hoarding Clean Up Costs
Hoarding costs really vary from case to case. Reach out to us for a free inspection and we will go from there.
Hoarding Clean Up, Oakland
We love San Francisco and Oakland and love its residents. Let us help you keep you, your family, your pets, your property, and your home in good health.
San Francisco hoarding Clean Up is a Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioner from the State of California Department of Public Health, is OSHA compliant and has a number of certifications including the following:
Bloodborne Pathogens 29 CFR 1910.1030 • Respiratory Protection 29 CFR 1910.134 • Hazard Communication (HAXCOM) 29 CFR 1910.1200 • Personal Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910.132 • Confined Space Awareness 29 CFR 1910.146 • Hazmat 49 CFR parts 10-185 and 29 CFR 1910.120 subpart H 101-120 • E.R.T. Emergency Response to Terrorism 29 CFR 1910.120 • Fall Protection Awareness 29 CFR 1910.66 Appendix C • Lock Out/Tag Out Awareness 29 CFR 1910.147 • RRP Lead Renovator Certification Per 40 CFR part 745.225