It is not always easy to decide to change a person's life by helping them clean and declutter their homes. Bio-One of Orange is a professional hoarding cleanup company specializing in safe decluttering hazardous waste removal services. Our desire to help people overcome hoarding and work with them throughout the process makes us stand out from others.
The truth is that hoarding requires help from professionals in several areas, including mental health professionals, social service organizations, and professional cleaners, to ensure the person is reinserted into a healthy, safe environment.
Each one of our employees is trained to handle hoarding with an understanding approach while ensuring the property is rid of all the hazards commonly present in these scenarios (clutter, rotten food, mold growth, water damage, rodent, and other pests, among others).
If you know someone struggling with hoarding and probably doesn't know what the process might look like, here are some frequently asked questions that may arise during a hoarding cleanup. If you're dealing with hoarding in your home, please call us. Our team is available 24/7 to help you.
A: Hoarding is classified as a mental disorder that causes a person to excessively collect and save items, even if they are of no value, and pose a danger to the individual's health and safety. After years of research and study, the American Psychiatric Association recognized hoarding as a mental health condition in 2013.
A: Several signs may indicate that someone is hoarding, such as:
A: There is no easy way to know if you or a family member might be dealing with hoarding because the hoarder is not likely to admit they have a problem. Some common signs of hoarding include difficulty throwing away or giving away possessions, feeling overwhelmed by the stuff in the home, and being unable to use rooms in the house or property because they're so full of stuff.
A: Hoarding can pose several dangers to the individual and those around them, such as:
Hoarding can also lead to social isolation and strained relationships with family and friends.
A: Bio-One of Orange is a professional hoarding cleanup company. Our team is trained to handle these situations with care and compassion. We work closely with each of our customers and have the resources to help them overcome any hoarding problem.
A: The process will vary depending on the severity of the situation. Our team will first assess the property to determine the scope of work that needs to be done. Bio-One emphasizes removing hazardous materials, cleaning up garbage and rotten food, and treating for infestation of pests. Once the area is decluttered and cleaned, we focus on developing a plan to keep the space clean and organized.
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A: The cost of a hoarding cleanup will vary depending on the severity of the situation. Bio-One always offers a free estimate to determine the cost of the cleanup.
A: At Bio-One, we work with the families and victims to determine what items are to be kept, donated, or thrown away. We understand that letting go of certain belongings can be challenging, but our goal is to help you declutter the living space and eliminate any hazardous materials.
Yes, Bio-One is a hoarding cleanup company experienced in handling all types of hoarding situations, including those involving animals.
A: Many times, family and friends will contact us for help with a loved one who is hoarding. In these situations, we work with these individuals to develop a plan to get everyone the help they need. Our goal is to help the individual get the resources and assistance they need to overcome the hoarding problem.
A: Whenever Bio-One is called for a hoarding cleaning service, we employ 2-3 employees to ensure the process is carried out with the utmost respect and privacy.
A: The team at Bio-One is here to help you through the entire process. We will never judge you or your situation, and our goal is to help you get your life back on track and provide resources and assistance to help overcome hoarding disorder.
A: At Bio-One, our goal is always to #HelpFirstBusinessSecond. Hoarding is, in fact, a mental health disorder that requires help from professionals to overcome. We work closely with hoarding task forces, victim service groups, and organizations to help hoarders get the help they need.
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Bio-One of Orange offers solutions to life's most challenging and unexpected situations. We guarantee a quick response time, so you can rest assured that help is always on the way. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Bio-One prides itself on providing top-quality service and support. If you're facing a difficult situation, don't hesitate to contact the Bio-One team.
Our customers' well-being and peace are always our priority, and business comes second. We want to ensure that customers who need our help know what to expect from our services.
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