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WHAT DO YOU DO WITH VALUABLES FOUND IN THE HOUSE?​

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH VALUABLES FOUND IN THE HOUSE?​

Any valuables found in the home are the property of the customer. During a cleanup, finding valuables is an exciting event that we use to build confidence and momentum. Something of value (emotional or monetary) is brought to the customer immediately, and the story of the item is shared with the crew. Taking the time

CAN YOU HELP DONATE ITEMS?​

Yes, the ServiceMaster hoarding clutter cleanup company team will help assist with the details of donated items. Once the customer selects a preferred donation organization, our team will sort and document all items and can take them to the donation center. We will take a detailed inventory, fill out the donation receipt and return it

CAN YOU STORE ITEMS?​

Yes, we do have the ability to store items in our warehouses for an additional fee. Our team will handle the logistics of getting the items to storage locations.

DO YOU REMOVE ANIMALS FROM HOARDING SITUATIONS?​

Animal hoarding is a reality of our business, and we understand that our customers have the best intentions for their pets. Depending upon the severity of the situation, we will partner with local animal control, veterinarians, adoption agencies, shelters, and rescue teams to gain the healthiest and safest location for the animals. Please call with

ARE YOU BONDED/LICENSED/INSURED?​

ServiceMaster hoarding clutter cleanup team is licensed, bonded, and insured. You can trust that anyone entering your home from our team will be trained, trustworthy, courteous, and compassionate.

HOW LONG DOES THE CLEANING PROCESS TAKE?​

Timing differs for each home depending upon volume, hazards, and more. An average home takes between 3 and 5 days. Preparing for the hoarding cleanup can take weeks, but the actual cleanup is usually less than a week.

WHAT DOES A HOARDING CLEAN UP SERVICE COST?​

Every job is unique and pricing will vary in many situations, including the size of the home, type of items kept, ability to make decisions, and hazards found in the home. We provide a free estimate and will work with the family to find a solution that works for your needs.