Hoarding situations require discreet and compassionate professionals. At 360, we provide hoarding and clutter removal for residential, property managers, or businesses, taking the burden off you and your family.
We are here to educate and guide you. We will provide multiple options for you and your family, so you can make the best decision for your family. At 360, we are all about you.
Studies divulge that an estimated 4-5% of the US population struggle with compulsive hoarding behaviors of some kind. 360 Hazardous Cleanup works tactfully with families and friends of those who are unable to manage their property due to physical or mental limitations. Oftentimes, people do not recognize the health and safety hazards associated with cleanups that involve hoarding/filth in connection with biohazards.
Hoarding can range from very minor to very severe. Extreme hoarding situations are those where a person or persons collect an over-abundance of items or trash. Be it trash, food, newspapers, animals, etc., it has gotten to the point where hallways and bathrooms have been blocked off and are no longer accessible; beds, tables, and other furniture have been buried under trash or other debris. In addition to moving large quantities of personal items, these hoarding situations are often intensified by filth, unknown bacteria growth, mold, and human or animal feces or remains that can be uncovered in the process of cleaning these situations.
It is crucial to consult with a specialized biohazard company that has experience handling hoarding cleanups. The hoarding situation is definitely a major concern, but another factor that is often overlooked in these situations is the emotional and mental struggle with the individual occupying the residence. 360 Hazardous has managed countless situations involving hoarding and filth cleanups, allowing us to work very discreetly to remedy any situation. To the untrained eye, there is no hope for these situations. But to us, there is always hope.
We realize that opening your house to a hoarding cleanup company is a huge step. Even if the hoarder is not cured, it’s a very big step on the road to recovery. So, it is important that you are comfortable with our crews and our company so that we can work together to help you get things back in order. Our crews are very understanding and empathetic to all extreme hoarding situations. Unlike many other hoarding removal companies, For over 35 years, 360 Hazardous has assisted many families and friends with hoarding cleanups, and tailor each project’s scope of work to every situation. We are always willing to offer advice based on our experience, but we realize this is most often a tough process to go through and we want to make it as easy as possible for everyone involved.
Hoarded items and clutter can increase the risk of fires, mold growth, tripping hazards, and other disastrous possibilities that only a property restoration company is trained to handle. At 360, our expert teams of professionals follow strict guidelines by OSHA and state and federal recommendations for the removal and disposal of biohazardous materials at the cleanup site. We are also equipped with the proper protective equipment (PPE), suits, and respiratory protection during these cleanups to avoid exposure to possible biohazards such as hazardous forms of mold, Hantavirus, Histoplasmosis, Staph bacteria including MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus), E. coli and other superbugs (bacteria & viruses) just to name a few.
Compulsive hoarding, or a hoarding disorder, is a complex mental condition that causes affected individuals to experience fear and anxiety when they are faced with getting rid of personal belongings. This is true whether the items in question are valuable or not. The dangers associated with hoarding are evident, and it is important that individuals affected by hoarding tendencies understand the implications of their bad habits.
There are other obvious threats to the homeowner and occupants in the home, the first primary danger is that of a fire. This is because they are more likely to occur, but will also be more intense considering that the hoarded items will act as fuel for the flames. Tipping hazards are another concern, as individuals die every year by becoming trapped under fallen items. Lastly, the health of residents can be affected when allergens, bacteria, mold, garbage, animal waste, and other unwanted biohazard elements gather beneath and within hoarded items.
Biohazards are defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control as infectious agents or hazardous biologic materials that present a risk or potential risk to the health of humans, animals, or the environment. Whenever blood, bodily fluids, animal matter, or other types of biological waste are involved, there is the possibility of exposure to dangerous pathogens. With plenty of places to hide and grow, serious toxins and diseases such as E.coli, staph/MRSA bacteria, and Hantavirus can all thrive in the home of a hoarder.
Clutter cleanup can be overwhelming. It takes the right experience, knowledge, and resources. We recognize that individuals afflicted with a hoarding compulsion require treatment by qualified medical and psychological specialists. But to deal with the mess left behind, it’s imperative to contact the cleanup specialists at 360 Hazardous. Working with care and consideration, our technicians can remove hoarded items and make the home environment clean, safe, and habitable again.
Our professional hoarding cleanup team is trained and certified in the removal, disposal, and remediation of a multitude of hoarding situations, following the most strict guidelines from OSHA as well as state and federal recommendations. Our experienced team of 35 years in the industrial hygiene industry cleans and sanitize affected areas of your property using a standardized procedure that puts your health and safety first.
We are here in your time of need to restore any hoarder home as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us anytime, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call now to speak to one of our compassionate representatives about how we can help you with your hoarding cleanup needs.
EMERGENCIES AND ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN AT ANY TIME, WITHOUT WARNING. IT IS OUR PRIORITY TO IMMEDIATELY HANDLE EVERY STEP OF THE BIOHAZARD REMEDIATION PROCESS. WE ARE AVAILABLE 24/7
We will meet with you to gather basic information and then perform a hazard site assessment. All services recommendations will be broken down and explained so you are fully aware of all possible remediation options.
360 Hazardous Cleanup understands the stress our clients are under when they need our cleanup services. The sooner our experienced trauma technicians reach the scene, the better! We have strategically located offices throughout our service areas to provide rapid service. We will be on the scene within a matter of hours, not days to assess the situation.
Our customer care team is able to immediately dispatch and respond to your service request. Our teams arrive at your location typically in a matter of hours, not days to assess the situation. We are able to start the cleanup on the day of the assessment if the premises are ready. 360 Hazardous Cleanup is here for you 24/7/365 if you need assistance with any cleanup service.
Unfortunately, trauma scene cleanup is the responsibility of the property owner. In most cases, homeowners insurance policies will cover the cost of remediation services. However, this is not guaranteed. You need to check with your insurance adjuster to be certain. It’s important to note that insurance companies cannot dictate who you use. We do have experience working directly with insurance companies for our services and can help you with the process.
It is not recommended to try and clean the scene yourself. There is a great deal of state and federal mandates that govern the bio-hazard cleanup industry. State and Federal mandates have been established regulating the collection, handling, and disposal of human bio-hazardous waste. Individuals and companies can face serious penalties for not adhering to these regulations. Personnel conducting hazardous collection and disposal are required to follow specific training and medical mandates set by state and federal agencies.
We are very sensitive to the emotional needs and privacy of our customers. We work in a professional and discreet manner. Upon your request, we can arrive at the scene in an unmarked vehicle and be as discreet as needed. We understand your situation, and we will do everything we can to accommodate you.
No. As long as we have access to the property, if you choose not to be on-site during our cleaning process, we completely understand. If possible, we do prefer to conduct a final walk through when the work is completed to ensure customer satisfaction. Whether you’d like to monitor our work, or only visit once the job is complete, our team will treat your home with the same respect as if it was their own.
At 360 Hazardous Cleanup, we put family first. “No Family Left Behind” is our priority. We pride ourselves on compassion, caring for you from the first call to your last interaction. We provide rapid, discreet, and compassionate cleaning services for traumatic events so you can focus on healing and moving on. 360 is prepared for any biohazardous event, and have been in the environmental hazard industry for 35 years.
Andrew and his team were extremely kind and caring. They made the process of losing a family member a little easier. Andrew is extremely knowledgeable of his profession and help us within hours of calling him. I would recommend him and his to anyone needing assistance. Andrew and Ethan thank you both so much for the respect, care and loving manner you both have. You two are both truly a blessing. Thank you so much!
360 Hazardous was awesome! Both staff and service were outstanding. They set up and sanitized around 40-50 vehicles at our PD. I would recommend 360 again, they knocked out a whole squad in about 10 minutes so our patrol officers were not off the street for too long. Great Job 360 Hazardous.