Clutter Cleanup Methods Revealed by Address Our Mess

In a recently published guide, clutter cleaning experts Address Our Mess outline specific methods for those struggling with excessive amounts of clutter in their home while resolving issues that may be causing the hoarding condition to occur.

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Many people around the country are learning that hoarding excessive amounts of clutter is becoming more and more commonplace.  In a culture constantly on the move, operating with short attention spans, it becomes more and more difficult to keep a home clean and clutter free.  Common clutter problems involve stacks of junk mail, mounds of important or sensitive documents waiting to be properly shredded to avoid identity theft, and family heirlooms and collectibles that seem too hard to pass along to someone else.


Hoarding and clutter clean up experts Address Our Mess have been expanding their service footprint across the United States in order to meet the demands of clients looking for help with their clutter problem.  With over twenty years servicing the community with a variety of home restoration projects, Address Our Mess' experts are highly trained and certified to handle the most dire of clutter or hoarding situations.  In some cases, this may mean deep biohazard cleaning or animal hoarding.

Clutter cleanup is not as easy as going into a room or home and disposing of every object in site.  Organizing and sorting is one of Address Our Mess' key specialty areas.  Though the overall objective is to declutter a space to make it more livable for their clients, technicians care very much about the integrity of a person's personal belongings.  Teaching a client how to organize and sort during the cleaning process will allow long-term success to blossom long after the project has been completed.

Experts have revealed their three-step process which involves an intimate working partnership with the client.  Every item must be reviewed with the owner before being organized and sorted into one of three main categories:

  • Keepsakes/Collectibles
  • Donations
  • Garbage

Once every item in the home has been reviewed, Address Our Mess clutter cleaning technicians will handle each one accordingly.  Garbage will be safely and efficiently removed from the property.  Donations will be transported to a charity of the client's choosing (this feature is included with the service), and keepsakes and collectibles will be prominently featured in their rightful place in the home.

Another method that technicians practice during clutter cleanup is strict privacy protection.  One of the most common clutter FAQs is, "Do employees keep information confidential?"  The answer is a resounding, "YES!" 

Protecting clients' privacy is Address Our Mess' top priority.  All technicians and project managers undergo a thorough background check and screening, giving clients the peace of mind in knowing their techs will perform to the highest possible standards.  All equipment, vehicles, and uniforms are not labeled, which provides a discrete service.  Also, information will not be shared with anyone under any circumstances unless an agreement was previously made with the client.

Address Our Mess is a proud member of NAPO (The National Association of Profession Organizers).  All project managers and technicians are certified with Cory Chalmers, resident expert on A&E's hit television series Hoarders.  Employees are also fully insured and bonded, providing quality work in a safe and secure environment.

While costs vary from case to case, especially when animal hoarding cleanup is involved, Address Our Mess is dedicated to delivering the most efficient, friendly, and thorough service possible.  The number one objective in any clutter cleanup project is to give the client the peace of mind in knowing that they are on their way to living a happier, healthier life.

Media Contact: Vincent Marone, Address Our Mess, 8564376068,

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