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Hoarding Cleanouts &
Assistance for Hoarders

Hoarding is a serious disorder and hoarding cleanouts can cause anger and stress for both the individual and their family members. When a home is classified as a hoarding situation, BumbleJunk understands the unique challenges involved in the cleanout. Our friendly, respectful and compassionate crews have learned to safely and caringly assist individuals and their families into a cleaner and healthier living situation.

BumbleJunk recommends that you contact a network of professionals that can provide assistance both before and after the removal. You may want to contact a professional organizer, trained in working with hoarding disorders and ask them to be present during the time of service. We have preformed numerous hoarding cleanouts and have the experience to work with the individual, family members and other professionals to make your de-cluttering process as stress free as possible.

Let BumbleJunk help you with your hoarding needs. We can connect you to qualified professional organizers, who can work with you and other family members to help make important decisions and answer any questions.



What Happens to all that stuff?

To BumbleJunk Eco-friendly junk removal isn’t just a tag line, but the vision we hope to achieve on every job. We first donate and then recycle as much of your junk as possible, helping support your community and minimizing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. Disposing of your old stuff in a responsible way, together with local charities and recycling centers, we are working towards keeping our planet clean, healthy, and sustainable.


Professional Assistance

BumbleJunk has partnered with professionals from The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and The Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) in order to help hoarders and their family members.



Understanding Hoarding

Hoarding behavior is the persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions, regardless of their actual value. As a result, hoarding disorders have an negative impact on a the individual, family and friends. Some of the negative effects are usually emotional, social, physical, financial and legal. Those who hoard may also feel ashamed or embarrassed when around friends or family and become isolated in their homes. Hoarders will need a good support system and professional help. Family and friends of hoarders need to know that there is help out there for them and that they’re not alone.

People who hoard are keeping items for the same reasons that everyone else does. Some items, they may feel are valuable, or they may think they will become valuable or needed in the future. Other items may hold a sentimental value to an individual that may be afraid that if they nolonger have that item to jog their memory they will forget about that important person or event. Sometimes they may not know what to do with an item, so it is easier to keep it.

Hoarding is a disorder of its own, but it could also be a symptom of another disorder. Those disorders most associated with hoarding are obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD).





3 Steps Till Done!


Call or schedule online to arrange for a friendly BumbleJunk crew to come out to your home or business.


Show us the items you want removed and we will provide
you with a no-obligation estimate.


Once the price is agreed to and you give us the thumbs up,
we’ll get started right then.

Let our guys do all the heavy lifting, and we’ll leave you with a clean, broom-swept area.