We personally understand and have experienced the the emotional aspects of hoarding. We do not judge, we are here to help.
It is estimated Compulsive Hoarding affects 1 in every 50 people. This figure does not account for the affects Compulsive Hoarding has on family members. Unfortunately most of the time intervention and help comes after the situation has reached a devastating level. Compulsive hoarding often leads to unsanitary conditions which leads to pathogenic issues along with insect and rodent infestation. If left unaddressed these damages will result in costly repairs.
Hoarding homes are generally unhealthy as residents often suffer from related ailments. Constant exposure to associated allergens and/or airborne pathogens gradually weaken the immune system resulting in chronic health conditions. We have the experience to help you through this difficult time.
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