Hoarding refers to the collection of clutter and objects, often to the point where a room or home is no longer accessible or habitable. Some of the most commonly hoarded items include books, papers, clothing items, containers, furniture, and even garbage.
If you have a loved one who struggles with hoarding, or a loved one recently passed and you need help dealing with what’s left, you may want to get the cleanup process started as soon as possible. But wading through all the clutter may not be an option, and you may even put your health at risk by doing so.
We provide professional hoarding cleanup services at Emergency Restoration Xperts (ERX). We’ll send our team to the hoarding site, so that they can efficiently, safely, and hygienically clean it up. In some cases, cleaning up a hoarding site can be dangerous, but even when it’s not, the process can still be challenging.
How long the hoarding cleanup process takes depends on many factors. For example, if the home is very spacious and every room is filled with clutter, the cleanup process will take longer than a smaller home. If hazardous materials are present, the cleanup process may also take longer.
You don’t have to undergo the stress of hoarding cleanup on your own. Our professionals are ready to help, and they provide hoarding cleanup services designed to effectively clear out any space. Contact us today to learn more.