Hoarders and hoarding create quite a bit of clutter and can impair healthy living as well as basic living activities such as mobility, cleaning, showering or sleeping. Hoarding can even cause fires, disease from unsanitary conditions, vermin and multitudes of infestation, and risk of injury by tripping over possessions. The problem gets worse with age, as more time passes and more objects accumulate.
Shame and guilt are also part of this condition. Hoarders and their families tend to stay at home, not invite people in and hide the condition from relatives and well-wishers. But the situation has to be dealt with or it can lead to very dire consequences. Learn more about the different types of hoarding, as well as our hoarding cleanup process.
Cleaning up after hoarders is a a thankless and hazardous chore. Hoarders find it very hard to part with their possessions and while dealing with a family member it can cause frictions that will last for many years to come.
Clearing a hoarder’s place is also a hazardous undertaking because of the mold, decay and rot that is found under layers of stuff. The fungus spore can get into the cleaner’s lungs and cause everlasting damage.
When it comes to hoarding cleanup and clutter removal, it is sometimes unbelievable how many trucks of garbage one house or property can contain.
Allowing the most professional company in San Diego & Carlsbad, CA do it for you will ensure that no clutter is left behind for sentimental reasons, that everything is cleared, bagged properly, transported and disposed of in a specialized manner, befitting the hazardous material it is. Bio1 San Diego works with insurance companies and makes sure the employees and the environment are properly protected.