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The excessive accumulation of objects collected in a home is called hoarding or hoarding Disorder. This creates hazards both for the homeowner and the home’s residents, one of which is fire. Hoarding Cleanup helps with fire prevention.
When clutter is collected throughout the home, fires have more fuel and can spread quickly. If you or someone's home that you care about lives in a hoarding situation with piles of old paper, empty boxes, loose trash and other combustible items you are in danger. 123Hoarding is here to help and we never judge. Practice fire prevention and start your hoarding cleanup today.
When people who hoard cover electrical cords, power strips and wires it can cause damage to those electrical cords, resulting in a short that can create a fire. Rodents and other pests can chew through wires, also compromising the safety of the residents. Fires are very common among people who hoard. Hoarding cleanup helps with fire prevention and other dangerous situations like trip and fall hazards.
When clutter is piled up in rooms, it makes it difficult to reach the exits. If there is a fire, residents need to be able to access exits and reach them quickly. People can also become trapped in a home when piles fall over and block doors and windows or damage the homes structure.
Not only is the hoarder in danger during a fire, firefighters and Emergency response members are also put at risk. Firefighters can become blocked in a home, or inhale toxic smoke and fumes. They can suffer difficulty trying to perform search and rescue operations. And when water is added to the weight of the accumulated objects, it can cause floors or walls to collapse.
Since approximately 6% of Americans are considered hoarders, firefighters often undergo special training to deal with fire situations. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is studying ways to tackle safety issues related to compulsive hoarding. Hoarding cleanup is not just about removing all the clutter and trash from the home. When you clean out a hoarders home you are helping with fire prevention.
Hoarding clean outs are for the removal of unwanted items from the house with our trained staff who are professional and compassionate towards the hoarders situation. For more information about 123 Hoarding services, please don't be afraid or embarrassed to contact us for a free hoarder cleanup consultation without any obligation or uncomfortable sales pitch.
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