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Different types of hoarding require different types of cleanup. In most situation, cleanup will involve three steps: recovery, removal, and sanitation. The severity of these step depends on the type of hoarding involved.
RECOVERY REMOVAL SANITATION
Cleanup of food hoarding comes down to the type of food hoarded. Packaged food can be distributed to various food banks or organizations, depending on expiration dates of the items. If hoarding involves prepared or perishable food everything will need to be trashed, packaged appropriately and then taken to a local disposal facility. In most cases food hoarding will require extensive cleaning to prevent mold and other biological health risks.
Garbage hoarding cleanup depends on the severity of the hoarding situation. Garbage that is already placed in bags can typically be removed and taken to a local disposal facility with little difficulty. When loose garbage is piled throughout the home the hoarding cleanup process can take a lot of time to make sure what is being disposed of is actually garbage. 123Hoarding has recovered jewelry, cash and other valuable's mixed in with the trash. A deep cleaning after the removal of the trash will be necessary in these types of hoarding situations to make the home a healthy and safe environment once again. 123 Hoarding can provide not only the hoarder clean out service but the cleaning process as well.
Animal hoarding cleanup is usually the most difficult type of hoarder cleanup. Because animals are living creatures, great care has to be taken in how the animals are removed from the home and where they are relocated during the cleanup process. There is always an emotional attachment with this type of hoarding disorder that can create great anxiety, stress and emotional trauma for the hoarder. Once the animals have been removed from the home, sanitation is imperative. It will likely take an extensive amount of time to clean out, sanitize and fully clean the home to get it back into a livable and safe situation. 123Hoarding loves animals and understands how difficult this is for the hoarder. We will not judge and treat the situation with Caring and Kindness for the hoarder and their pets.
Because of its nature, it is possible in the cleanup of paper hoarding to recycle a majority of the items found. As with any situation, a careful inventory will need to be taken to verify that all papers are disposable. Sometimes other paper items such as wills and money can make their way into the large amount of paper, books, magazines, mail and other types of paper products. Depending on the situation, there may or may not be a need for deep cleaning once things are removed.
Cleaning a home with this type of hoarder could be the most time-consuming. There are a few options to consider when determining this type of hoarder cleanup process. 123 Hoarding has seen hoarders with over thirty thousand dollars worth of new consumer goods. These items could be donated to local charities or thrift stores. In some cases, families or friends could ask to return or resell them if possible. A careful inventory and evaluation process should be followed. 123hoarding can help with online sales and other options to sell your items.
You're either a Clutter Bug or a Smart Collector. People start with a room full of shelves and end up with a huge amount of great stuff. Spending most of their pay check treasure hunting and in many cases spending more than they can afford. These items in many cases end up in bins, boxes, and bags for years.
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