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Hoarding cleanup


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Decontamination of a property from biohazardous substances, methamphetamine, mould, sewage or sharps, requires specialised professional services. Bio-Cleanse Pty Ltd ensures that your home or office is promptly and comprehensively remediated to safe levels, free of hazardous substances. Our services include Forensic Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup, Suicide Cleanup, Hoarding Cleanup, Sharps Cleanup and Sewage Cleanup. We also undertake Meth Decontamination, Mould Cleaning as well as Fire Damage Restoration for commercial and residential properties. Bio-Cleanse has a trained, certified and skilled team, to cater to all your biohazard cleaning needs and operates in Goulburn, Bowral, Mittagong as well as Moss Vale and Canberra.

Hoarding Is a Disorder That Can Affect Anyone

Most people may experience hoarding in some way or the other – mildly or more prominently. Hoarding pertains to the behaviour of not parting with possessions. Persons suffering from hoarding disorders find it difficult to throw away things, regardless of their actual value. Hoarding also relates to the persistent accumulating of excess purchases or unique items over long periods of time, even if there is no actual need or use for the items.

A disorder like hoarding may present itself on its own or as a symptom of another disorder. Though some people initially collect things as a hobby, or even hold on to items for sentimental reasons, in the long run this compulsion can have a negative impact on their everyday life.

The first signs and symptoms of hoarding disorder can be identified as gradual build-up of clutter in and around the living spaces, compulsive buying of an excessive items, and difficulty in discarding things. These symptoms often surface during the teenage to early adult years. However, as the person grows older, they tend to acquire unnecessary things even when there is no space. By middle age and in later years these symptoms become quite severe and are harder to treat.

Hoarding problems tend to be a private behaviour developing gradually over time and only reaching the attention of others when a significant clutter has developed.

Hoarding Leads to a Diminished Quality of Life

Studies show that there may be several causes to hoarding disorders including genetics, brain functioning or stressful life events. This severe clutter however threatens the health and safety of those living in the same home or around the affected area. Hoarding can cause serious health problems to humans and animals and even death in some cases. It can give rise to dangerous conditions of structural damage and fire incidents.

Due to the excessive hoarding of items, hoarders commonly end up with a lack of functional living space. Hoarders can cope with malfunctioning or broken appliances and get by without heat or other necessary living comforts. This leads to an extremely unhealthy living environment.

Hoarding may lead to serious financial problems and hoarders living in leased premises risk eviction. Hoarders often experience anger and depression. They may also face resentment among family members. Hoarding in a family situation can affect the social development of children or even lead to loss of child custody. In couples, the unliveable conditions may lead to separation or divorce.

The Hoarding Cleanup Process

There is no known way to completely prevent hoarding as little is understood about what exactly causes hoarding disorder. However, at the first signs of the problem, getting treatment may help prevent hoarding from getting worse. Discuss the situation with your personal doctor or any trusted health professional if this is happening to you or a loved one.

In most cases, hoarders are in denial of their situation and any attempts by friends and family to help with de-cluttering may not be received well. The affected person may often experience extreme distress if their homes are cleared without their consent.

In times like these, it is best to rely on a professional hoarding cleanup service like Bio-Cleanse. We have specialised teams that are well trained and equipped to deal with any hoarding situation.

As hoarding cleanup experts, we understand that it is a big step for the client. Depending on the severity of the situation, we will work with whatever the client is comfortable with. Bio-Cleanse hoarding cleanup service team can clean up the premises – gradually moving slowly one area or one room at a time, or handle the entire job all at once.

All Bio-Cleanse specialists follow a very specific hoarding cleanup process. They are also required to wear Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) suits to protect themselves and others around them from the dangerous environment while they are doing the job. Special equipment is used to remediate the premises.

Let Bio-Cleanse Get Your Life and Home Back

Bio-Cleanse can assist in returning the home to a habitable state that is free of biohazards. Our squalor cleaning services and hoarding cleanup service includes disposal of unwanted furniture, odour removal, rubbish removal and disposal of any human or animal biohazards that may be present.
At Bio-Cleanse, we observe eco-friendly practices in the handling and disposal of waste. Our crew are friendly, fast and efficient and can clean up properties in a polite and respectful manner.
Contact us at 0409 037 634 or email at for hoarding cleanup services. We operate 24×7 in Bowral, Mittagong, Moss Vale, Goulburn and Canberra.
When you contact us for hoarding help, we are non-judgemental and highly confidential.

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