Hoarder Clean Up Specialists Harford and Baltimore County

When you have to deal with the clean up of a hoarding situation, it can be equal parts emotional, embarrassing, and even potentially hazardous. Maryland Pickers LLC offers discreet, compassionate care for our customers who are dealing with a hoarding situation.

Indeed you will likely have questions as well. Questions such as, where would the the cleanup crew start? How long will it take? Will you clean out the appliance and how much will it cost?  We will not only answer all questions, but we walk you through the process while keeping you informed from start to finish.

Maryland Pickers LLC offers prompt courteous and compassionate hoarding clean up service for residents of Harford County and Baltimore County. Our staff is fully equipped to handle any hoarding situation and can get the situation under control with speed and with ease.

Hoarding clean up costs in Harford and Baltimore County

Depending on the size of the structure and the scope, prices can vary significantly. However, Maryland Pickers offers larger trucks and trailers than our competition and can, therefore, haul more with fewer trips than our competition.

Hoarding Clean Up Process

The staff at Maryland Pickers LLC will work with you and take great care in helping you discern trash from genuine keepsakes, heirlooms, valuables, and memorabilia. Our Hoarding removal experts will work at a pace that is comfortable for the client, or under the direction of Mental Health Counselor and family. We will always keep the emotional needs of our customers ahead of everything we do.

Our professionals wear appropriate personal protective clothing and respiratory protection during cleanups to avoid exposure to biohazards.

We remove and dispose of any unsalvageable materials first. Then we can set up a triage to help sort through and set aside any valuables or heirlooms. Finally, we sanitize, clean and deodorize the entire area to help protect the property value.

Need an estimate to eliminate a hoarding situation in Harford or Baltimore County right now? Contact us  below or give us a call (443)-206-1859

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