Filthy House Cleaners for Filth Removal
(Including Blood Cleanup)
So who ya gonn'a call for that filthy house cleanup?
We are growing, as you can see. We hope to add a cleaner near you real soon!
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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We built this website for a small population in need of specialized cleaning services: 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." Consequently, we expect these pages to grow as we add ABRA members offering this service as well as other specialized, professional cleaners.
We realized a need for cleaning filthy houses from callers to our biohazard service, "since you clean death scenes as the aftermath of homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, massive blood loss from traumatic accidents and more, will you clean . . . . " .
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 amounts of cleaning, foresight, and care, but few of us accept filth for long. Call us now for an estimate and end the denial of a filthy house.