Hoarder clean-up; the first step to recovery
Hoarding is a compulsive medical condition that can lead to a decline in emotional, physical and financial health.
When a property is used as a setting for hoarding, severe contamination can arise from mould, dust, bacteria and faeces, all of which can drastically affect health and cause emotional trauma.
It can be overwhelming for a hoarder to take the first step in clearing their property. Removal of rubbish in a safe, convenient and effective manner is often the first step in helping a hoarder manage their condition and improve both their physical and mental health.
A hoarder’s property must be assessed like any other biohazard to make sure that waste is removed safely and efficiently without causing damage or health risks to anyone else’s property.