Address Our Mess, clutter hoarding cleanup experts who service the East Coast and Midwest, are now offering services to North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
While help for hoarders must be arranged quickly in order to avoid serious physical, emotional, and financial hazards, hoarding is a condition that develops over time. Hoarding generally refers to the failure to discard or get rid of massive amounts of objects that hold little or no value to others. These objects include, but are not limited to:
- Expired/Rotting Food
- Dirty/Soiled Dishes or Laundry
- Pets/Wild Animals
When these objects are hoarded, a person’s living situation is deteriorated as the living space becomes cluttered, filthy, or not useful at all. While one person may allow the hoarding condition to develop over time, help is needed by others to properly and efficiently undo the damage caused.
Deep Cleaning Experts at Address Our Mess help hoarders by sorting items into the following categories:
- Donations and Charity
Home owners in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia who suffer from the hoarding condition can now work with Address Our Mess project managers who are highly trained and certified to help restore homes to their former beauty and value.
Address Our Mess technicians will also help hoarders organize and sort the contents of their home to make each room safe and livable once again. Each hoarding cleaning service offered is exercised with anonymity and privacy in mind, allowing the hoarder to get the help they need without worrying about others learning about their currently living situation.
Organizing and sorting services go beyond the days that Address Our Mess technicians are on the job. Project managers offer answers to many frequently asked questions about hoarding by providing a large library of articles and guides to help hoarders adapt to life after hoarding cleanup.
Whether you know someone suffering from the hoarding condition, or you yourself find yourself struggling with clutter and disorganization in North Carolina, South Carolina, or Georgia, please visit us at Address Our Mess or use the contact form below.