Aftercare is a solution driven environmental firm in Virginia and North Carolina with more than 20+ years experience in providing quality emergency response remediation services.
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aftercare cleans what you should never have to
WHY SHOULD I HIRE AFTERCARE?
With more than 200 hoarder Cleanups completed; we are highly experienced and highly motivated to complete any task.
Hoarding Cleanups can be overwhelming and dangerous. Many families we work for under estimate the amount of work involved with cleaning out a home filled with debris. Aftercare understands the raw emotion and complex feelings associated with hoarding clean outs. Working with too many family members can slow the cleaning process and cause anger issues. This can lead to arguments and fighting. Aftercare cleans so you and family can work on other important issues that need to be addressed.
WHAT DANGERS ARE INVOLVED IN HOARDING CLEANUPS?
HOW IS THE WASTE DISPOSED OF?
Aftercare uses on site dumpsters to dispose of all unwanted items. Dumpsters are only onsite no more than 24 hours and then they are removed. When you hire Aftercare we work for you and only the up-most professional cleanup will be delivered. We never speak to neighbors and focus only on the chore of cleaning. How much does hoarding clean-outs cost? No hoarding cleanup is the same; the cost associated with cleanup depends on how many dumpsters are needed. How many workers it will take to complete the cleanup. How much safety equipment will be needed to protect those involved with the removal. No cleanup is impossible. Let us provide you with a free estimate and plan to dispose of all garbage.
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24/7 Emergency Cleaning Services in Virginia & North Carolina
Here at Aftercare, we’ve provided premium, emergency remediation services to residents and businesses in Eastern Virginia and North Carolina for nearly two decades. We specialize in cleaning up contaminated scenes that people would rather avoid, and we’re fully qualified to dispose of hazardous and contaminated materials and substances in accordance with the regulations set out by the Environmental Protection Agency and the OSHA.