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No two houses, homes, have the same degree of dirt or filth. It's degrees with no absolutes, except in NASA and the computer industry. Each house has its own dirt no matter how well kept. I've worked in Hollywood celebrity homes cleaning on special projects, not dirty house cleaning, but single tasks like odor reduction. In one, odor reduction in stunning, newly silked lined walls carried a very odd odor. "It came that way my escort reported." It "cost $40,000 so be careful" my escort advised. My task, reduce or remove the odor for the "Mrs.".

I made our way from a parking area for "the trades" to the back door upon arrival. There, a secretary to the star quizzed me. I signe forms. Then I placed brand new shoe covers kept at the doorway entrance for the "trades."

Routine High Maintenance

A frequent professional cleaning of a home increases its hygenic condition; unlike a filthy house, a routine high maintenance cleaning improves the occupant's evasion of filthy house-like germs, microorganisms. As a result, the cleaned home's occupants avoid needless illness. Filthy house occupants may develop immunities to the filth in their home unless they fall fictim to illness and possibly death; most likely, filthy house dwellers do not make connections between their own lacke of good health and the loss of family members to filth related bacteria.

As a result of these infectiouse conditions, a filthy house cleanup practitioner takes a number of health risks in this business.

The home's entrance hallway's white marble floor glistened with a never ending depth; I ground, honed, and polised many square feet of natural stone like marble, travertine, and granite over the years. I could see that the time and materials in this floor were great. There's more here than a pretty, stunning shiny white floor, though. This stone's poors were closed during the last steps of polishing by diamond pads. As a result there's fewer areas for human debris and germs to lurk, hide.

Stone Floors

A stone floor does provide hygenic properties unavailable to homes with carpets. No matter what we do, we can never sterilize a carpet. We can sterilize a well polished flood during a filthy house cleaning by applying the correct chemicals. This makes little sense with a natural stone floor. The results of natural stone sterilizing, disinfecting, lead to etching the stone in some cases. For a genuinely hygenic floor, we need to look to ceramic tiles or sotello for scrubbing, rinsing, and disinfecting (sterilizing) floors during filthy house cleanup as well.

Like other wealthy clients, the house maid most likely kept a schedule for professional carpet and upholstery cleaning.

I could see that a routine natural stone polishing probably took place as well; most likely, once a month the carpet cleaners and stone polishers arrived in their spick-and-span, new vehicles; all of the latest bells and whistle were freshly cleaned and polished after each cleaning. The cleaners usually come from a group of high school graduates eager to earn some money above the going minimum wage. In their late teens and early twenties, slim, tall, polite, and in well pressed uniforms, they too sparkle like the marble floors of these homes. They're freshly shaved and sport nicely kept hair if not crew cuts; no visible tattoes stigmatize the role as "professionals."

They do not talk unless spoken to. I've had the privilege of watching this type of environment undergoing its standard maintenance cleaning by these professionals a number of times. It delights me to wathch and I know that they do not compete with me. They do not clean filthy houses., few professional cleaners bother with filthy house cleanup work because it takes a lot of time.

The "star" came home as I worked at my task. I did not see her; I heard her as she first entered the family room. If that's how it served. A white, bear skin rug with fur 3 inchs thick covered much of the center of the room. A hugh movie screen covered most of one wall. The furniture beats my best descriptive powers. The bathroom's degree of "dirt" appeared non-existence. It had no low-dust and no high-dust; of course the air vents were sparkling clean. I check for these tell-tale signs of poor cleaning mainternance.

Let me say that the bathroom sparkled even though it consisted of something besides porclean. The sink's faucets were not standard metal faucets, but heavy-duty, chromed faucets. Fear not, this beautiful, immaculate Hollywood movie star's home had dirt and it qualified as a "dirty house" since all houses are dirty houses. That's another way to say, "There's no such thing as a clean house," strickly speaking. Everywhere that human beings walk, sleep, eat, or bathe becomes polluted by human's easily shed bacteria. We owe over 70 percent of our phsical being to bacteria.

At any one moment of our lives soon become host to billions of bacteria after exiting the womb; our faces become host to at least seven species of crawling, squirming microscopic animals. Beautiful homes like this one and the worse of the worse filthy house cleanup jobs I've undertaken all share this one common denominator, human borne debrie shed throughout the home.

Relentlessly these organisms share our bodies; they die and fall in our own habitats, our homes, offices, factories, vehicles, beds, couches, and anywhere else that we go. A filthy house cleanup includes heavy vacuuming one clutter and waste material go out the door; its object, besides reducing dirt and dust, includes removing microoscopic human scales and bugs.

High-End Dirty Houses

A high-end dirty house comes as close to "clean" as a house, a home, gets. It's every coroner, crevice, vent, tubbing, and fixtures receive quality cleaning routinly on a schedule. But, it's still not "clean." It's impossible to clean the continuing pollution by human beings going about their daily lives. At least it's impossible if they have any sort of a science clean room. A low-end dirty house means the bottom of the barrow before transgressing into t filthy house cleanup needs status. A low-end dirty house will serve its occupants without undur threat of illness and disease; whereas, a filthy house will destroy weak immune systems, especially in infants and the elderly.

I've cleaned unattended deaths with decomposition in homes that required a filthy house cleanup as well.

Genuinely Clean Rooms

This, for one reason, accounts for NASA's "clean rooms," rooms and buildings that truely do qualify as "clean." Only by keeping air pressure inside these rooms above external air pressure and ventillating it does NASA succeed in cleanliness, in part. Intake air vents covered by the finnest mesh, hepa-filters available gather loose debrie, dirt and dust. Only by wearing protective personnel equipment do NASA's workers avoid polluting these clean rooms with their own human fallout. Space travel requires sterile work environments.

To regress, let's consider how the beautiful star's home would jump from a barely dirty house to a filthy house.

Here's a definition that gets to the meaning of a fealthy house to mark our territory.

Filth Defined

Pronunciation: 'filth, Function: noun, Etymology: Middle English, from Old English fylth, from f'ul foul; Date: before 12th century;1 : foul or putrid matter; especially : loathsome dirt or refuse 2 a : moral corruption or defilement b : something that tends to corrupt or defile

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A Filthy House Cleanup

I built this website for a small population in need of specialized filthy house cleaning services. Until now, or at least most recently, finding specialized cleaning services of this sort created frustration and anxiety for those in a hurry to "make it clean and safe again." As a result, the Internet made filthy house cleanup services easier to find and easier to advertise.

More though, not until the media made filthy house cleanup a venue for entertainment did it become well known. Interestingly, many people in need of filthy house cleanup had not seriously considered the need for a filthy house cleanup; at least, not until it hit national air waves did the idea of their filthy house life-style arise as a threat to their self-esteem.

I joined the filthy house cleanup parade as a biohazard cleanup company owner; since a filthy house cleanup involves infectious waste cleanup, it seemed like a natural "add-on." It has lead to some interesting experiences.

Since I clean death scenes as the aftermath of homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, massive blood loss from traumatic accidents and more, how might a filthy house cleanup challange my will to clean. I say, "My will to clean because some types of biohazard cleanup test the Will, the big W Will to act, to do, to cleanup a homicide, suicide, unattended death, decomposition, or a filthy house cleanup.

In any case, more than likely, the filthy houseis a well-kept secret in most cases. Oftentimes, a social denial process develops around the filthy house dweller's lifestyle; not unlike addictions related to alcoholism, drugs, food abuse, or a residential zoo.

Typically, the cycle of denial breaks wide-open when the owner wants the property for sale and the filthy house renter must move, or someone dies unattended in the house and remains for some time, or the filthy house's odors over-power its walls and doors as the odor of pure, human created filth finds human recipients walking past the filthy house. Health departments now come into the this picture of filth as neighbors clatter for relief.

In fact, dwellers in the filthy house may often place clothing outdoors to protect it from acquirering the house's offensive odors, giving hint of something wrong behind their filthy kingdom's doors and windows. So some of our neighbors live in absolute filth as a result, quietly, until the unsuspecting open the filthy house's front door for the first time. "We had no idea. He/She always dressed so nice; always so prompt and friendly!"

Such filth usually consists of human and/or nonhuman feces, urine, hair, and other bodily effluents belonging to mammals, reptiles, foul, and other species of the animal kingdom, including single cell organisms called "bacteria," "fungi," and more. Often as not, the artifacts of consumer society litter these filthy homes. Animal waste as well as still wrapped goods intermixes as high as, and at times higher than, doorknobs throughout these homes. Cigarette packages, cigarette butts, ash trays (spilling over), alcoholic beverage bottles (in grate quantities) often add to this theme. Sinks are usually black with filthy crud and toilets typically house a wide array of encrusted layers of feces, urine and other matter. Doors and walls near the kitchen and bathroom are smeared with grease, feces, dirt, food, and more. Drug paraphernalia may be found in these houses, but not as frequently as we might expect.

Still, addictive behavior to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, food, animal care-taking (actually imprisonment and abuse), and consumerism often accompany what we find in these dwellings. Do these addictions account for the filthy home?

"No," because we find fine folks living in filthy homes without any indication of self-abusive, addictive behavior. We simply do no know how to explain this phenomena.

Uniquely, humanity has a population of filthy home dwellers, people who do not care to clean their dwelling place, their house, their home. We are not referring to a "dirty home," a home with soiled carpets or greasy floors and dirty dishes in the sink for days at a time (not like this writer's home!). We are not referring to dirt-smudged walls, light switches, and doorknobs, alone.

No, we are talking about a form of human behavior that places some members of our human community far-out-and-away from the "dirty house keepers" of the world.

No one knows or cares to research how long this has gone on, as best as we can learn, but for certain, humanity has a pathological population of filthy house dwellers. For certain, the filthy house tests our minds in the sphere of unimaginable human behavior, if we can call it "human behavior," but we must because no other animal lives in such habitat by choice.

Clean houses, dirty houses, and filthy houses come and go with varied sorts of cleaning. It's most important to find a routine cleaning schedule and stick to it. Otherwise, a filthy house cleanup must follow upon discovery by the health department and one's neighbors. Or, a filthy house cleanup follows vacating the premises.

What Makes a Filthy House?

I've noted the definition of filth above. I noted too that poop, feces, and garbage will easily send the otherwise cleanest of homes plummeting down the filthy house cleanup hole. On the one hand, a routine scheduled cleaning ensures a rather clean home (relatively speaking). One week of drunken revelry may easily turn the White House itself into a filthy house. Poop on the toilets, floors near toilets, on beds, in the kitchen corners from humans and pet will do the trick.

On the other hand, a routinely cleaned hope that falls into the filthy house cleanup category easily rises again to a high-end dirty house (clean above most standards).

The filthy house is a well-kept secret in most cases. Oftentimes, a social denial process develops around the filthy house dweller's lifestyle; not unlike addictions related to alcoholism, drugs, food abuse, or a residential zoo.

Typically, the cycle of denial breaks wide-open when the owner wants the property for sale and the filthy house renter must move. Or someone dies unattended in the house and remains for some time. Filthy house odors over-power its walls and doors as the odor of pure, human created filth. Decomposition odors join in the attack on property and human olfactory nerves. A passerby recognizes the need for a filthy house cleanup crew and calls the Health Department.

Neighbors clammer for relief.

In fact, dwellers in the filthy house may often place clothing outdoors to protect it from acquire ring the house's offensive odors, giving hint of something wrong behind their filthy kingdom's doors and windows. So some of our neighbors live in absolute filth as a result, quietly, until the unsuspecting open the filthy house's front door for the first time. "We had no idea. He/She always dressed so nice; always so prompt and friendly!"

Such filth usually consists of human and/or nonhuman feces, urine, hair, and other bodily effluents belonging to mammals, reptiles, foul, and other species of the animal kingdom, including single cell organisms called "bacteria," "fungi," and more. Often as not, the artifacts of consumer society litter these filthy homes. Animal waste as well as still wrapped goods intermixes as high as, and at times higher than, doorknobs throughout these homes. Filthy house cleanup work requires stamina and a strong idea that the cleaners understand their task as biological; moral issues cloud the cleaning process and no one wants to stigmatize anyone else in this business.

A filthy house cleanup uncovers cigarette packages, cigarette butts, ash trays (spilling over), alcoholic beverage bottles (in grate quantities) often add to this theme.

Sinks are usually black with filthy crud and toilets typically house a wide array of encrusted layers of feces, urine and other matter. Doors and walls near the kitchen and bathroom are smeared with grease, feces, dirt, food, and more. Drug paraphernalia may be found in these houses, but not as frequently as we might expect.

Still, addictive behavior to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, food, animal care-taking (actually imprisonment and abuse), and consumerism often accompany what we find in these dwellings. Do these addictions account for the filthy home?

"No," because we find fine folks living in filthy homes without any indication of self-abusive, addictive behavior. We simply do no know how to explain this phenomena.

Uniquely, humanity has a population of filthy home dwellers, people who do not care to clean their dwelling place, their house, their home. We are not referring to a "dirty home," a home with soiled carpets or greasy floors and dirty dishes in the sink for days at a time (not like this writer's home!). We are not referring to dirt-smudged walls, light switches, and doorknobs, alone.

No, we are talking about a form of human behavior that places some members of our human community far-out-and-away from the "dirty house keepers" of the world.

No one knows or cares to research how long this has gone on, as best as we can learn, but for certain, humanity has a pathological population of filthy house dwellers. For certain, the filthy house tests our minds in the sphere of unimaginable human behavior, if we can call it "human behavior," but we must because no other animal lives in such habitat by choice.

 

 

What a Filthy House Cleanup Costs

A filthy house cleanup often means that the residents or an off-site owner pays thousands of dollars to have the home returned to a pre-incident condition. No matter where in California it will cost thousands in most cases. Sometimes smaller apartments and studios require less than $1000 for filth cleanup.

Filth may involve everything from human feces and other animal poop to blood and other human fluids. It may include sewage left behind over a number of years. Over these years the sewage may have seeped into tons of newspapers stacked upon floors. I have seen this same condition exists with a cadaver left upon a stream of water from a broken toilet filled with human excrement. Is it any wonder that a filthy house cleanup cannonball feces cleanup for thousands of dollars?

I am Eddie Evans and I have been in this business for over 14 years. I stayed in it because it does offer me in, and an opportunity to write. Although I must write webpages by the hundreds at least I'm doing something that I enjoy. Plus, I have quite a bit of time under my own control and I answer only to my clients. Of course I have a wife at home and she's been with me for over 46 years. She more or less controls things in our house although I do my best not to turn it into filthy house.

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Los Angeles filthy house cleanup includes stuff removal. My name is Eddie Evans and I have a very large footprint on the Internet for all sorts of cleanup work. I even have a stuff removal service. You can include my stuff removal service in or filthy house cleanup needs, or you can provide a dumpster.

Most often for filthy house cleanup I recommend a dumpster because it helps matters move along more quickly. It's also less costly. When you need filthy house cleanup were calling. I'm ready to help. Now you do not need a biohazard situation for my service if you're wondering about my biohazard cleanup credentials. I more than helpful when it comes to helping families and businesses remove filth on their premises.

Most often you save money by hiring one person for your cleanup needs. And that's me. Of course you can do this in a hurry for your filthy house cleanup needs. If you need your filthy house cleanup quickly then I bring in a little help. My filthy house cleanup help as much experience and motivation to get the job done and get it done quickly.

Here's what I do. Once I get inside your filthy house I begin to make an assessment of where were at in terms of need and what we need to do to make pathways for the quickest cleaning. Before anything else, I clean an area, usually the restroom, and use this as my first safe zone. When possible I clean the kitchen and use this as a second safe zone.

Now what are safe zones? I use safe zones in biohazard cleanup work. They serve as a place to put valuables and other materials yet to be given a value. Sometimes what seems like household trash to me and my helpers may be of value to families. So if there's any question in anyone's mind we use the safe zone to store these materials. This kind of stuff sometimes turns out to be worthless. At other times it turns out to be quite valuable as a family momentum and a piece of a long history going back generations. So for genealogy purposes alone, it's a good idea to have a safe zone for storing question stuff.

I next begin to label degrees of cleaning and refuse removal. I use three tiers. Tier 1 becomes what I call Molly maid cleaning. Usually at this point families may decide to do the rest of their filthy house cleaning by themselves. If not, I offer thorough cleaning of entire residence or business. This will include going through many items and drawers.

Tier 1 cleaning includes kitchen drawers, stoves, refrigerators, and other kitchen appliances receiving a thorough cleaning. Keep in mind that this can become quite expensive in some cases because older broilers and older than once may have a fixed layer of grease caked onto the sides of these cookers. It takes a lot of chemical work and muscle power to remove the stuff. Then there's the carpet. Most often families have is remove the carpeting carpet padding. This goes into a dumpster provided by the family or business or I can remove it as part of my stuff removal service. I don't mind hauling stuff away that it's important that I get paid for my equipment, travel, and landfill fees.

Tier 2 means that heavy items of been removed and these include couches, beds, piles of newspapers and magazines and other such stuff. Also, cobwebs hanging from ceilings will be removed at this time if they were somehow passed over in tier 3.

Tier 3 includes removal of heavy furniture, kitchen appliances, books and bookshelves, stacks of newspapers and magazines, stacks of clothing, and many other items declared useless. Sometimes families will want to place these useless materials where the Salvation Army or Vietnam veterans organization can recycle them. For this to happen a family needs to call the Salvation Army early or the veterans organization early and set up a pickup date.

Leaving filthy house material outside overnight may be no problem. Neighbors become tired of seeing refuse on somebody's lawn and may begin to blame. Besides, if you're dealing with the health department you do not win anything outside your house longer than it has to be out there.

If the health department has been involved because they believe you may have a biohazardous environment, you need my expertise and experience as a biohazard cleanup practitioner to speak with the health department representative. In many cases they'll want to be assured that feces cleanup takes place in the bathroom and that it is done correctly. In order to satisfy them I take before and after pictures. I ensure they receive these pictures as quickly as possible on my own time. That's part of my filthy house cleanup service.