Hoarding is a serious psychological condition in which an individual excessively collects items, potentially contributing to a hazardous living environment. While many people collect items they enjoy or value, hoarders often collect items such as newspapers, common household items, and even animals.
When a home is filled with items in a hoarding situation, it can become unsanitary and dangerous. Stacked items may fall and injure someone, and the items may conceal a rodent or insect infestation. Because of this, hoarding cleanup can be a dangerous and labor-intensive task, and, in many cases, there are concerns about bacteria and diseases, as well as mold growth. If the hoarding situation involves animals, it is not uncommon to find feces, urine, and animal remains within the property. Each of these situations should be handled with the utmost care to ensure safety and to limit contamination.
At 2nd Responder Solutions, we recognize the sensitive nature of hoarding situations, and provide discreet and compassionate help to clean up the property and restore it to a safe and healthy environment. Our team is certified in hoarding cleanup and has the proper training and experience to not only properly cleanup the property, but to work with the hoarder in a non-destructive manner.
We know that each hoarding situation is unique, and we provide customized solutions to suit your specific needs. We will work with you individually to develop a plan that is productive and that works for you and your family. Our goal is to return your home or property to a clean, safe, and healthy environment.
Please contact us today to learn more about how we can help.