The Benefits of Professional Help for Hoarding Cleanup

If you have a hoarding disorder and need help with decluttering, it’s time to get professional assistance. Hoarding cleanup is a time-consuming job that can take over your life if you try to do it on your own. In addition to being time-consuming, it may also be dangerous—especially if there are animals involved or if there are concerns about mould growth (there could also be syringes, drugs, explosives, animal carcasses, chemicals, holes in flooring or falling ceilings, fire hazards, trip hazards, snakes, body fluids, animal feces, Asbestos, and much more) in your home. These dangers mean that you should hire professionals who understand hoarding cleanup needs as well as other aspects of rehabilitating homes for sale or rent after a hoarding situation has been resolved.

Here are some reasons why professional hoarding cleaners should be your first choice when seeking help with this type of project:

Professional hoarding cleanup companies keep your privacy protected.

A professional hoarding cleaner will not share details of your case with anyone else. They are trained to keep all information about their clients’ cases private and confidential. They also understand that it is a very sensitive topic, and they won’t share details or photos on social media.

They will not judge you, but they will help you learn how to take care of yourself in the future. This is an important part of the treatment process that many people who hoard need: learning how to take care of themselves again after years or decades of neglecting themselves and their home environments.

It’s important to remember that having a professional come over to help doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with what you’ve been doing—in fact, most people who hoard aren’t trying to be self-destructive at all (Check out this article on 7 Surprising Facts About Compulsive Hoarding)! It just means that if someone wants help cleaning up clutter in their life (or home), then hiring someone like us can make things easier for them than trying everything else first—and we’re here for whatever reasons might prompt someone into wanting us out there working hard on their behalf!

Professional hoarding cleaners are compassionate and will care for your home and possessions.

Professional hoarding cleanup services are run by compassionate individuals who know how to treat your home and belongings with the utmost care. They will take the time to understand your situation, help you decide what you should keep, and guide you in deciding what to do with your home. This can make a big difference in how quickly and effectively your cleanup is completed, as well as how well it goes over with everyone involved (especially those who live at or around the hoarder’s residence).

Professional hoarding cleanup companies are fully trained and experienced.

Professional hoarding cleaners are equipped with the tools, knowledge, and skills needed to handle your situation.

They have been trained to handle the emotional side of hoarding disorder. They understand what it’s like for a person who has compulsively accumulated so much stuff that they’re unable to live a normal life.

They also have experience with special situations, such as bedbugs, fleas, or other pests (including animals) that may be living within your home or business.

Professional hoarding cleanup companies also know how to handle dangerous situations like mould or asbestos exposure without endangering themselves—or you!

Professional hoarding cleanup companies know how to restore your home to a livable condition scientifically and effectively.

These professionals are trained in the proper techniques to restore your home. They also have the tools and equipment needed for this job. For example, they might use industrial vacuums that can remove even the most stubborn debris from your walls, floors, carpets and other surfaces. You should also be aware that professional hoarding cleaners will only use safe cleaning products for both people and pets inside your home.

Professional help is available for people who need help with hoarding disorder. There are many types of professional help available, including hoarding cleaners, therapists, counsellors, and social workers. Some of this help may be free (check out our discounts), while other services may require the individual to pay out of pocket. Some services offer confidentiality, while others do not.

The important thing is to start somewhere when it comes to getting professional assistance with a loved one’s (or even your) hoarding disorder.


Hoarding is a mental health condition. It’s not a simple matter of having too much stuff or of being disorganized. Hoarders may be concerned about their homes’ safety and cleanliness, but they don’t want to part with their possessions.

It’s a complex issue requiring a great deal of knowledge and understanding to help. If you know someone with a hoarding disorder, it is imperative that you be kind and understanding. Our team at Martijn van Lith has extensive knowledge and understanding of mental health issues.

Martijn works to offer hoarding cleanup services that are tailored to your specific needs. He will work with you to help you make the best decisions for your situation.

Martijn van Lith offers professional, ethical, and confidential extreme decluttering/cleaning services. Why choose us? Because we understand our clients very well, we go beyond just doing the job- we build relationships with our clients, and we treat your possessions with caution and care. We’ve been featured in the news, as well. Our loyal customers can attest to the quality of our services. Check out their testimonials here.