We know that every job represents a unique experience for our customers, many who may have difficulty parting with deeply personal items. We understand that discarding possessions can be a difficult decision, and we work closely with clients to meet their specific needs
One of the most confusing hoarding questions is, “Why would people hoard food?” When a person returns home with dozens of shopping bags full of groceries while their refrigerator and cupboards are already filled to the brim, this person may suffer from food hoarding.
When a person displays an inability to discard garbage, waste, or trash, they may be identified as a garbage hoarder. Garbage hoarders also take the time to rummage through other people’s trash to find “treasures” of their own. This inability to decipher harmful waste from valuable items can be deadly.
Paper hoarders literally find it impossible to discard anything recorded on a piece of paper. People keep papers like bills, invoices, books, magazines, special offers, coupons, children’s pictures, report cards, recipes, and other items.
Animal hoarding is defined by an inability to provide even minimal standards of nutrition, sanitation, shelter and veterinary care—often resulting in animal starvation, illness and death. In the majority of cases, animal hoarders believe they are helping their animals