AAA Scene Cleaners Offer Wide Range of Quality Cleanup Services
We, at AAA Scene Cleaners, offer a wide range of trauma cleaning services to include hoarding cleanup services.
We are one of the trusted and leading cleanup service providers in Texas and have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
We have highly trained and skilled technicians who meticulously work on all our cleanup services. We use top of the line cleaning tools and equipment to ensure that quality result is delivered.
We also protect our clients by strictly complying with all the laws and regulations for proper waste and bio-hazard disposal. We also educate and inform our clients about the safety and health hazards that they might be exposed to and ask them to do some safety precautionary measures when doing hoarding cleanup.
When it comes to hoarding cleanup, we give our clients appropriate time to move forward with the process. We understand that hoarding is a condition that needs enough understanding. That is why, we prepare and do all the necessary paperwork and wait for our clients to be ready for the hoarding cleanup.
To know more about our crime and trauma cleanup, and hoarding cleanup and more, contact us at 817-773-3330. We can accommodate you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Dallas and Fort Worth Hoarding Cleanup Services
Helping Hoarders regain their Homes & Lives
We are a compassionate service provider that gives back to the community. We work with our clients and donate the usable to charity groups. We work with groups of your choice, other groups such as Salvation Army, ARC, or faith based groups. It’s our way to help the client & other in need.
- Only Unmarked Vehicles are Used
- Free Phone and Email Support (for any of your questions)
- Non Judgmental Hoarding clean up and Clutter Clean up
- Triage and Sorting of Contents
- Recovery of Valuables and Sentimental Items
- Cleanup and Disposal of Animal and/or Human Waste
- Appliance Recycling
- E-Waste Recycling
- Delivery of Storage Containers
- Removal and Recycling of Non Running Vehicles
- Photo/Video Documentation
- Deep Cleaning, Gross Filth Included
- Home Repair Referrals – Paint, Drywall, Carpet, Electrical, Plumbing, Etc.
Hoarding is a condition, not a choice, Let us help you with you Dallas & Fort Worth with your hoarding cleanup and support needs.
According to Sanjaya Saxena, MD, director of the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Program at the University of California, San Diego, compulsive hoarding in its worst forms can cause fires, unclean conditions (e.g. rat and roach infestations), injuries from tripping on clutter and other health and safety hazards. The hoarder may mistakenly believe that the hoarded items are very valuable, or the hoarder may know that the accumulated items are useless, or may attach a strong personal value to items which they recognize would have little or no value to others. A hoarder of the first kind may show off a cutlery set claiming it to be made of silver and mother-of-pearl, disregarding the fact that the packaging clearly states the cutlery is made of steel and plastic. A hoarder of the second type may have a refrigerator filled with uneaten food items months past their expiration dates, but in some cases would vehemently resist any attempts from relatives to dispose of the unusable food. In other cases the hoarder will recognize the need to clean the refrigerator, but due (in part) to feelings that doing so would be an exercise in futility, and overwhelmed by the similar condition of the rest of their living space, fails to do so.
If you are a hoarder or have been tasked with cleaning the home of a hoarder, please follow these simple steps.
- Please do not try to clean the home on your own. Some of the items may have laid undisturbed for years and may be covered in mold. Moving items will stir up dust, which could prove harmful if it’s been undisturbed for quite some time. Additionally, it’s not uncommon to find dead rodents and fecal matter on or about items that have been left untouched for months or years.
- Keep family members and friends away from the scene. Again, there could be a health risk as described above.
- It’s important that the home owner is aware of the work that is about to be done. Unless someone has an active power of attorney, granting that person the legal right to act on the behalf of the home owner, then the home owner must sign our “Permission to Enter” form and contract to remove items from the home.
- Try to determine from the home owner which items should definitely be kept (ie personal documents, certain clothes, photos). If the home owner is willing to, have him or her place a colorful sticker on the items to be kept. If nothing is to be thrown away, but rather boxed and put into storage, please let us know at the time you call.
- In some situations, we may ask if photographs of the scene are available. If a family member or friend does not feel comfortable in taking photographs, please don’t. If photographs are available, please let us know when you speak with us.
- Contact us at 817-773-3330. We will ask if you have the information above. If not, we will work to retrieve this information.
We do not want to rush you through this process. It can be a very difficult and time consuming process to convince a hoarder to allow someone into their home, especially if personal items are going to be disturbed. Our staff understands this and will wait as long as needed to commence hoarding cleanup services and remediation work.
After you contact us, we will start the preliminary paperwork. If the home owner is not ready to begin the process, we will file the paperwork and wait for the appropriate time to move forward with the process. Please contact us at 817-773-3330 when you are ready to discuss our hoarding and gross filth cleanup services. We provide top quality Hoarding Cleanup Services to families and businesses throughout Texas and across the the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding areas. Please view our Service Area for a complete list of cities and counties we service.
- Level I. Household is considered standard.
- Level II. Household requires professional organizers or related professionals to have additional knowledge and understanding of Chronic Disorganization.
- Level III. Household may require services in addition to those a professional organizer and related professional can provide. Professional organizers and related professionals working with Level III households should have significant training in Chronic Disorganization and have developed a helpful community network of resources, especially mental health providers.
- Level IV. Household needs the help of a professional organizer and a coordinated team of service providers. Psychological, medical issues or financial hardships are generally involved. Resources will be necessary to bring a household to a functional level. These services may include pest control services, Hoarding Cleaning Specialist, financial counseling and licensed contractors and handypersons.
- Level V. Household will require intervention from a wide range of agencies. Professional organizers should not venture directly into working solo with this type of household. In these cases, assistance from companies like AAA Scene Cleaners is a must. The Level V household may be under the care of a conservator or be an inherited estate of a mentally ill individual. Assistance is needed from many sources. A team needs to be assembled. Members of the team should be identified before beginning additional work.
Would you like to request a particular service from us?
We will happily create a customized offer. Please call us at 817- 773-3330 or use our contact form.