Hoarding Safety Risks and Clean-up Procedures

Hoarders are emotionally attached to their collections and can compromise their own safety and relationships just to hold on to those items. But when the well-being of the home’s occupants is in danger, cleaning up a hoarded home is necessary. Here are the hazards of hoarding and the steps involved in the clean-up process:

Hoarding Dangers

Hoarding Clean-up Procedures

Hoarding clean-up is not an easy task, and it is best done by restoration professionals who have the expertise and equipment to perform the job efficiently and safely.

For professional hoarding clean-up, as well as biohazard remediation services, call your local PuroClean office or 800-775-7876.

Last edited on 29th of November 2019

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