Hoarding Cleanup with Biohazard Contaminants in Algonquin/Lake In The Hills
Do you know someone in your life that may be a hoarder?
We are often called to clean and restore properties with hoarding conditions after a water, fire, or mold damage. Many hoarding situations require biohazard or specialized bloodborne pathogen cleanup, depending on the items being hoarded. No matter the situation, our team has the experience to handle different hoarding situations, even before a damage has occurred.
Hoarding can create cramped living conditions and fill a home to its capacity. Often, only narrow pathways are available to move from room to room, and the number of items prevents the use of normal living space. Accumulation can be in every room of the house and may spread to the garage, vehicles, and yard.
Hazards associated with hoarding include:
- A fire hazard due to blocked exits and excessive smoke
- Unsanitary conditions that pose a risk to health
- Injury or being trapped by shifting or falling items
- Relationship conflicts, including loneliness and social isolation
- Financial problems
- Legal issues such as eviction
SERVPRO of Southern McHenry County offers hoarding cleanup, including situations with bloodborne pathogens. We are a full-service cleanup and restoration company. We can:
- Inventory, sort, and pack items of value
- If needed, kept items will be transported to our facility for storage
- Gather and dispose of items that require being thrown away
- Identification and cleanup of hazardous contaminants
- Deep clean of the entire home, including the garage and yard
- If any part of the property is permanently damaged, our reconstruction team will rebuild it.
- If requested, we can provide our services in unmarked vehicles for your privacy.
When hoarding begins to seriously affect the daily life of your friend or loved one, we’re to help. SERVPRO of Southern McHenry has over 17-years of experience remediating water, fire, and mold damage. We service Southern McHenry County and all surrounding Algonquin and Lake In The Hills communities. We can be reached 24/7 at 847-5161600.
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