Hoarding is considered to be a mental illness often referred to as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) which often unnoticed by the individual doing it as it is their way of life. It can start with simply not throwing away any personal items to household items then leading to overcrowding and not maintaining an adequately hygienic home.
No two hoarders are the same, and it not only affects the lives of the hoarder but often effects a partner, family member and the landlord. It can be extremely time consuming and not everyone has the time to deal with the situation. Another fact to consider where hoarding is a problem are rodents, insects and other pests that may have taken up residence.
Cleanup and removal of rubbish and debris from a hoarding site, typically involves cleaning a building or residence that the average person would consider to be uninhabitable. If the property is inhabitable it could be due to a combination of filth and debris from hoarding, faecal matter, bodily fluids, excessive trash, expired food, odour, boxed items, mould, and infestation of rodents or insects.
The task of cleaning such an area can be challenging and often impossible for an individual to manage. But with the reassurance knowing that All Nation Trauma Unit have a wealth of experience and professional training can elevate the stress involved. We provide the professional tools and products to eliminate any potential hazards and neutralise odours.