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Who should I hire to help with my hoarding cleanout?

Cleaning out a hoarding situation can be overwhelming, stressful, and potentially dangerous. Without the right equipment and experience, cleaning up a hoarder's home can actually be dangerous. Hiring a junk removal company to help clean out a hoarder home is a great option for safety and efficiency purposes.
 

How much does a hoarding cleanout cost?

On average, hoarding cleanups cost around $1,000-$2,000 per day, with most jobs taking between 1-7 days to complete.

The exact price you will pay for your hoarding cleanup will depend on the complexity and severity of the cleanup project, the type of junk being removed, whether or not safety hazards are present, where you live, and who you hire.

What do junk removal companies do with the items they take?

The goal of most junk removal companies (or the reputable ones, anyway) is to separate the junk they haul away so that they can donate or recycle as much as possible. Items that cannot be donated or recycled are hauled off to local landfills.