Hoarding often comes hand in hand with a mental health problem, although those who hoard may not be aware that their actions are caused by trauma, depression, stress or anxiety. For some people, they hold a belief that what their hoarding will someday become useful and will be needed. Others hoard due to stress and the fear that they will lose something precious to them, whereas some people hoard as they are unable to remove items easily from their home. Hoarding some items is fairly normal, but holding onto broken objects, garbage and refusing to clean your home can cause health problems and further mental health concerns. If you would like to remove garbage, deep clean and create a safe and healthier place for you to enjoy, you should contact our team today at Bio-One
Hoarding & Associated Risks
Depending on the size and scale of the hoard, as well as what has been left in the home will determine how dangerous the environment is to enter and clean. From significantly poor air quality caused by waste decay to the build-up of mildew, fungus and mold, certain levels of dirt can pose a serious risk to your health. Many people who hoard don’t realize the dangers of pet feces and pest infection, not to mention the instability of a home that has been under excess pressure from the weight of hoarded items and furniture. To restore a home and disinfect and sanitize it thoroughly, you may need to expose certain areas that could leave you vulnerable to infection and disease. This is why it’s best to hire hoarding clean up, experts. With our knowledge of the risk of hoarding items and the potential danger of a dirty home, we can help to remove hazardous materials, sanitize furniture and make this decluttering and deep cleaning process as easy as possible.
Emotional Connection With Hoarding
Bio-One is highly experienced in helping those who hoard to declutter, deep clean and take back control of their homes. Providing a sensitive, respectful and bespoke service when it comes to hoarding clean ups, no job is too big for our professional cleaning team. Rather than risk your health or the health of loved ones any longer, let professional cleaners remove and clean toxic and life-threatening mold, reduce your risk of a fire and give you a place that you can enjoy and relax in.
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About Bio-One Inc.
Bio-One Inc. is the first crime and trauma scene cleaning franchise, operating in 40 States with over 100 locations. Bio-One is committed to providing excellent service in recovery and suicide cleanup, homicide cleanup, hoarding situations, junk removal, deceased animal recovery, feces removal, pest and rodent droppings and much more. Each office is independently owned and operated by a member of the local community. For more information about becoming a Bio-One franchisee, visit us at BioOneInc.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.