Hoarding Cleanup Jacksonville Fl

Cleaning out the clutter and the piles will improve the situation.  We schedule the day and time that works for you.  Call to get help.

Compassionate Hoarding Removal Company in Jacksonville, Florida

Looking for Someone to Help with the Cleanout?
  • Sofa and Sofa Bed Removal
  • Hoarded Food Removal
  • Broken Appliance Hauling
  • Hoarding Furniture
  • Cabinet and Pantry Cleanout
  • Mattress and Box Spring Disposal
  • Hoarded Trash Removal
  • Hoarding Clothes

Are you a packrat or maybe you're helping someone with severe hoarding?

It takes a special level of training and consideration to properly handle a hoarding cleanout.  We have experience with handling these types of projects in Jacksonville. Contact us for a quick appointment and we can make special arrangements to handle the hoarding removal service.

How To Get Hoarded Items Removed…

  • You’ve got junk that you want to be taken away!
  • Call (904) 204-9505 and schedule an appointment
  • We’ll contact you when we are 30 minutes out from your location
  • We arrive and provide an estimate for the cleanout based on the amount of junk to be removed. (Let us know when you call if you need hot tub removal, sofa removal or mattress removal)
  • Once you approve the free junk removal estimate, we’ll take away the junk in one of our trucks

Old Furniture

Mattresses, sofas, couches, loveseats, pianos, lawn chairs, box springs and many other items.


Trash and Garbage Specialists

If it's time to get rid of the items that are cluttering your home, call Trashouts.


Help for Extreme Situations & Disposal

Whole house or property clean outs for folks ready to make a big change.
Trashouts Junk Removal

Call Today (904) 204-9505


Potential Health Problems

Looking for a trusted company to clean out the home or apartment of a loved one with a hoarding disorder?

Hoarding is a chronic problem. If you are not familiar with the term, it refers to compulsive behavior in which individuals, hoarders, stockpile their belongings. Medical professionals argue that hoarding may be associated with depression and disorders, such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Though the condition often goes unnoticed, it's estimated that out of 300 individuals, one is a hoarder. We've been in the junk disposal business for over 15 years, we understand that hoarding is crippling—financially, socially, and health-wise. Concerning the last challenge, the health risks of hoarding are grave. Here are some of the health concerns.

Breathing Difficulties

Hoarding is known to cause air pollution. The piled waste releases dust and odor. The two are known to interfere with your breathing and may contribute to asthma and other breathing risks. If you try to clear away the stockpiles without wearing the right safety gears, you may make the situation worse and endanger your respiratory system further. To get rid of the attracted fungi and pathogens, you should allow us to help you clear the junk.

Sewage Concerns

When hoarding gets extreme, the piping systems in your house are affected. The waste interferes with your sewage line. A blockage in the sewage line interferes with the working of the toilet. In the long run, your house becomes unsafe due to bad smell and invasion by pathogens such as bacteria.

Sanitation Problems and Pests

Poor sanitation is common in homes with too many animals (cats, dogs, birds). If, for example, you stay with your pets, and its waste is poorly disposed of, there can be serious water and food pollution resulting in dysentery. If the animal dies and you improperly get rid of it, the waste may lead to severe complications such as cardiac issues.

Rotten foods attract pests such as rats, mosquitoes, flies, and cockroaches. Vermin is one of the severest health risks of hoarding as the nuisance pests make your home unbearable. The pests also cause health risks such as diarrhea by contaminating your food and water. The pests are not only an annoyance to humans, but they also make your pets uncomfortable. 

Safety Concerns

We understand that it's difficult to move freely at home and do anything when there is junk laying carelessly. For example, it's unsafe to walk around the yard when there is trash and debris everywhere since you may slide and fall. The other danger is that the stockpiles may act as a hiding place for dangerous animals such as snakes and rodents which may attack you. There is also the concern of fire. The trash catches fire quickly, and it may spread fast to your house.

Final Thoughts: What Should You Do?

As a junk removal company, we understand how serious the health risks are. Therefore, we prioritize to help you get rid of the stockpiles to stay safe and healthy. If you or a family member have a problem and want professional help, feel free to call our company, and we will be there to help you.

Contact Trashouts Junk Removal for a free estimate and to schedule an appointment.

We service Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Atlantic Beach, Orange Park, Middleburg, San Marco, Downtown, Saint Johns, Durbin Crossing, Riverside, Ortega, Fleming Island, Oakleaf Plantation and more.

Locally Owned Hoarding Removal Service

Serving All of Jacksonville,  Jacksonville Beach, Mandarin, Orange Park, Middleburg, San Marco, Riverside, Airport, and St. Augustine, Florida

We are dedicated to helping you remove the clutter in your home, garage or storage. We do the heavy lifting for you and we recycle, donate or reuse as many of the items as possible.

Trashouts Junk Removal

2119 Hilltop Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32246
(904) 204-9505