A lot of house cleaners wonder how to charge for a hoarding job. What do you do when you get to a house and the client has tons of items strewn about and it’s in a state of chaos?
How to set your rates for hoarding cleanup, house cleaners wonder. Do you have a cleaning business that caters to hoarders or families with obsessive compulsive freeitis?
If you set your rates for hoarding cleanup right, you can help any family throw away, donate and organize used, aged, free and old stuff.
Hoarding is real. And hoarding is a disease that affects all members of the family. Today we look at hoarding, compulsive spending, mental health and how to change your relationship with stuff.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares tips today on Ask a House Cleaner about weird habits hoarders have.
“Is it possible to clean my space with obsessive-compulsive disorder? I don’t want to be a clean freak or hire a house cleaner. I just want to live in a clean house not consumed by OCD, compulsive behavior or filth.
Today’s sponsors are My Cleaning Connection a resource hub where you can find some great info on hoarding. Also, HouseCleaning360.com – a referral hub connecting house cleaners with homeowners. And Savvy Cleaner Training for house cleaners and maids.