When it all becomes too much and it’s time to look into hoarding cleanup for your loved one’s Branson, MO, home, it’s important to take the right approach. Many people just want to throw any and all “junk” into the back of a truck and be done with it. Others want to be sneaky and throw their loved one’s things out while said loved one is away. If you approach the cleanup with either of these mindsets, you’ll only run into trouble. Your loved one might have a meltdown and refuse any help in the future. What do you do? How do you handle this correctly?
Talk about Safety Concerns
Tell your loved one that the piles of possessions make the home unsafe. If they suffer a medical emergency, for example, the paramedics may have trouble getting the necessary equipment into the home to provide the urgent assistance required. A fire might start because of all the flammable items in the home and trap them inside. The list goes on and on.
It doesn’t matter if your loved one screams and swears. It doesn’t matter if they get discouraged and try to shut the whole process down ten minutes in. Try to have patience. Think about where they’re coming from. Think about how you’d feel if somebody wanted to perform a biohazard cleanup in your home.
Hire a Professional Hoarding Cleanup Service
Don’t try to do this alone. If it’s just you, your loved one, and a trash bag, you won’t get anywhere. Your loved one will be able to bully you or pressure you into giving up. When you have a professional team on your side, your chances for success are higher. They’ll also have the experience to properly clean the home and keep things moving.
Call ServiceMaster DSI of Branson, MO, for reliable hoarding cleanup assistance that keeps your satisfaction at the forefront. You can reach us at (417) 895-9685, or visit us here for more information.