Hoarding is an issue that affects countless people and properties every year. Unaddressed or improperly addressed, hoarding can create health hazards and damage which diminishes the value of a property. That’s why it’s important to know the proper procedure. When you have a hoarding situation on your property, you might feel overwhelmed and not know how to react. However, just as you would have a system in place for steps to take after a storm, restoration from hoarding can be achieved through a simple professional procedure.
Hoarding can damage properties on a number of different levels, diminishing the quality of the property while also creating health risks for occupants. Hoarding can create fire hazards by obstructing paths of potential motion through a property and put owners at risk of fines. Hoarding situations that involve biohazards create additional risks, leading to the growth of molds, bacteria, and pathogens that can lead to illness. Furthermore, the decay involved in many hoarding situations can lead to water damage, mold, and rot that can damage flooring and walls in homes.
Many hoarding situations can become so severe that they require professional services. Remember, spaces in which hoarding has occurred often become physically dangerous to health; it might be unsafe to breathe the air unprotected in these spaces; moving through these spaces or moving objects without professional knowledge could lead to injury. When a hoarding situation arises, it’s always better to be safe than sorry and consult a team of experts.
When you think of restoration services, you probably think of something like storm restoration, in which a property needs to be improved or renovated after a natural disaster. However, one of the main problems restoration services address is also hoarding. A team of professional deep cleaners will have the know-how to safely navigate a hoarding environment with the proper protective gear to make the space safe, clean, and livable again.
Hoarding restoration involves a variety of processes, like the removal of trash and dangerous objects and biohazards from the property, disinfecting. dehumidifying, and deodorizing.
If you need to address a hoarding situation on your property, our team of professionals at Green Restoration can help. We bill your insurance directly and work with most major providers to make the hoarding cleanup process as seamless as possible for our customers. Call (833) 800-0474 today to help your property recover from hoarding damage today.