Dealing with the death of a loved one may be one of the hardest things we will face in life. The most
difficult part of this time is accepting the fact your loved one is gone and will not be coming back.
Something many of us will face is what occurs after the death of a loved one, what to do with their
belongings. Warrum’s Cleaning is able to assist during this process, as we have assisted many families
with estate clean outs. We’ve been hired by landlords, attorneys, family members and homeowners
who needed us to dispose of unneeded and unwanted items, junk and clutter.

During this time it is important when picking a company to help you through this process. Most
importantly you want a company who is trustworthy, respectful, patient and one who is able to
empathize with you during this time. Additionally, you’ll want to work with someone who is punctual
and diligent.

Whenever possible, we will donate as many items as possible. We understand this is an extremely
stressful time for not just one individual, but an entire family. If you hire Warrum’s Cleaning, you can
rest assure you will not have to worry about the cleanliness of the home. We will leave the home ready
to show, if that is what you wish. Additionally, another great thing about hiring Warrum’s Cleaning is we
can perform many services to help you throughout the entire transition.

Contact us if you’d like more information in our estate cleaning services and we will be happy to sit
down, meet with you and talk about how we can assist you in this transition in making it less stressful.

Locations

Madison County, Delaware County, Henry County, Hancock County, Hamilton County

Pendleton, Fishers, Anderson, Lapel, Westfield, Carmel, Noblesville, Alexandria, Daleville, Greenfield, Yorktown, Elwood, Frankton, Ingalls, Fortville, McCordsville