In the years that we’ve been in business, our Junk King San Diego North – Junk Removal teams have seen lots of offices that get cluttered up. Through no fault of their own, people save things that are better thrown away. Sometimes these are items they have emotional attachments to. Other times they just put an item in a basement or garage and forget they’ve left it there.
Then there are the folks we help who hoard. These people have a psychological issue that’s even categorized in the American Psychiatric Association’s Manual. We always wish each of our clients the very best. When we come across somebody who is hoarding in their home or office, our job is to clear their space and hope they recover.
Here are some things our Junk King San Diego North – Junk Removal team has uncovered about hoarding.
• People who hoard are often unaware of the emotional as well as financial consequences. What’s more, after several years of cluttering up areas in their homes or offices, these spaces become unusable. If you think you might have this issue, we suggest that you get the help you need.
• If you’re thinking about decluttering your space, it’s a good idea to start out slow. Getting rid of many items at once can cause anxiety and unrest. It’s better to go through a room or closet each week until you adjust.
One of the other things that can make decluttering easier is making a decision to get rid of or keep each item as you come across it. Telling yourself that you’ll put things aside until you make a decision in the future is counterproductive. We’ve been helping people out with our Junk King San Diego North – Junk Removal services for years. This idea always helps to move things along.
We are always available to help every one of our valuable clients. For us, a clean new space that brightens up your day is a job well done for us.
Here’s an excellent tip about collections that we thought you might be able to use. If you’ve been putting together groupings of things for years, there’s an easy way to de-clutter and save the best. Choose one or two to frame or put on a mantle. The rest can be recycled, donated or given to our Junk King San Diego North – Junk Removal team for disposal.