Hoarding is beyond just a collection of a lot of junk. Tackling that seemingly endless amount of stuff in a hoarder’s home is often the first priority. However, there are several other issues that will need to be addressed during the cleanup of a hoarding situation. Removing the stuff is merely one component of hoarding cleanup. Often times, there are serious underlying sanitation concerns and maintenance issues involved with hoarding. Properties of hoarders often suffer from extreme filth buildup, numerous allergens, dangerous pathogens, and other viral and bacterial hazards that can mean serious health risks for occupants and pets. In cases of extreme hoarding, the home might be considered a public health concern.
Cleanup of a hoarder’s property often requires hiring a hoarding cleanup company in New Jersey. Only they will have the necessary training, specialized equipment, professional-grade cleaning agents, and personal protection to safely and effectively clean, disinfect and deodorize the home and restore safe living conditions. The home of a hoarder can present serious health risks and physical danger. The cleaning needs and maintenance needs of these homes are often neglected and tend to be contaminated with various hazards like: human and animal waste, spoiled and contaminated food, mold, fungal and bacterial growth, maggots and rodent infestations, broken glass, electrical and fire hazards, trash and discarded needles.
- Distressed Property Cleanup
- Pack Rat Cleanup
- Odor Removal
- Animal Hoarding Cleanup
- Blood & Body Fluid Cleanup
- Feces, Urine & Raw Sewage Cleanup
- Biohazard Cleanup
Effective Cleanup & Disinfection of New Jersey Hoarder’s Property
New Jersey homes, belonging to hoarders, are often overwhelmingly cluttered and have significant sanitation issues. Cleanup of such extreme conditions is often beyond the capabilities of a standard home cleaning company or typical maid services. Hoarding situations require specialized professional cleaning services due to the health and safety risks involved. In many hoarding situations, there may be noxious odors, bodily fluids and other dangerous biohazards present. Additionally, an overly cluttered home of a hoarder is often difficult to properly maintain; therefore, these homes often have serious underlying maintenance problems and possible structural issues. All these factors must be taken into consideration before proceeding with cleanup.
Effective cleanup of a hoarder’s home often requires…
- The use of specialized equipment and cleaning agents.
- The use of specific cleaning techniques and procedures.
- Adherence to specific state and local regulations if handling biohazards
- Adherence to strict safety protocols
- The use of personal protection equipment and respirators
Professional Hoarding Cleanup, Disinfection & Deodorization Services in New Jersey
Mastertech Environmental provides the safest and most effective hoarding cleanup and disinfection services in South Jersey and throughout the New Jersey area. Our certified professional cleanup technicians have the necessary equipment and training to effectively restore the property to safe and livable conditions. In many cases of extreme hoarding, there may be biohazards, odors, animal feces, human feces and a host of other dangerous contaminants present – many of which may be harmful to humans. Mastertech’s Hoarding cleanup team in New Jersey is trained to handle even the worst cleanup situations and will do so discreetly and with compassion for the homeowner or family members. Our technicians are required to follow strict safety standards and will utilize appropriate personal protective gear and respiratory protection.