• How to Talk to Your Loved One about His Hoarding Problem

    How to Talk to Your Loved One about His Hoarding Problem

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    It’s not easy dealing with a loved one that hoards, whether it’s a family member, a spouse, or a partner. It’s not a good idea to throw away your loved one’s hoarded belongings, or to tell him or her that it’s time to stop hoarding, because either of these actions are usually hurtful and ineffective. Read this article for tips on how to talk to your loved one about his or her hoarding problem, and who to call for hauling services in San Diego.

    Know the Behavior Behind Hoarding
    A hoarding problem can range from minor to serious, but in any case it’s important to recognize that hoarding is an ingrained habit. Improving a hoarding problem takes months or sometimes years, so it’s important to be patient. If the hoarding problem is serious, your loved one will not see the hoarding as a problem, even in the face of stress, safety risks, allergies, or being unable to use a certain area of the house.

    Be Kind
    Positive reinforcement is more helpful to your loved one than negativity, so always make an effort to stay upbeat. After all, your loved one is not hoarding to be malicious. Your loved one’s habits do not indicate that he or she loves the items more than you. Focus on acknowledging progress, and avoid making any comments that are demotivating.

    Seek Professional Help
    Progress cannot be made until your loved one is ready to change. And sometimes, seeing a professional therapist is the best way to help your loved one acknowledge his or her problem and start to work on de-cluttering his or her life.

    At Silverback Hauling & Demolition of San Diego, we have helped many hoarders and former hoarders with the intensive cleanup and junk removal process. Call us at (619) 618-0676 or visit our website to learn more about the hauling services we have to offer the San Diego and Coronado area.

  • What Does a Demolition Contractor Do?

    What Does a Demolition Contractor Do?

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    If you are a real estate investor, general contractor, interior designer, home remodeler, or house flipper, you have probably already worked with a demolition contractor. A reputable demolition company is proficient at planning and carrying out a wide variety of demolition projects. If you have items that are difficult or unsafe to dispose of, a demolition company can take care of that as well. There are also demolition contractors that offer recycling and donation drop off services.

    Formed in 2000, Silverback Hauling & Demolition has the tools and the experience to help you with a variety of demolition projects in the San Diego and Coronado area. We are happy to accommodate off hours and during the weekend. You can even call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you have immediate demolition concerns. To speak with a demolition expert in San Diego, call Silverback Hauling & Demolition at (619) 618-0676.

  • This App Can Help You Step Up Your Recycling Efforts

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    Recycling is a great way to decrease your carbon footprint and ensure that our world is cleaner and more sustainable. To learn more about how you can use your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad to increase your recycling, keep reading.

    With the iRecycle app by Earth 911, you can find local recycling opportunities whether you’re at home or out of town. In fact, the app gives you access to over 1.6 million ways to recycle over 350 materials. Just type in your zip code, address, or city and the app will pull up the location, recycling information, and phone number for collection points nearby. Download this free app today to make recycling easier and more accessible.

    If you have a demolition, cleanup, or junk removal project in the San Diego or Coronado area, call Silverback Hauling & Demolition at (619) 618-0676 to ensure that your materials are recycled. Visit our website to learn more about our experience in the demolition business.