Unfortunately, hoarding for many people has become an accepted part of day to day life. What might be considered by some as an obstacle in day to day living has become a routine for those diagnosed as compulsive hoarders. Compulsive hoarding is a pattern of behavior that is characterized by the excessive acquisition of and inability or unwillingness to discard large quantities or objects that cover the living areas of the home and cause significant distress or impairment. Compulsive hoarding behavior has been associated with health risks, impaired functioning, economic burden, and adverse effects on friends and family members. When clinically significant enough to impair functioning, hoarding can prevent typical uses of space so as to limit activities such as cooking, cleaning, moving through the house and sleeping. It can also be dangerous if it puts the individual or others at risk from fire, falling, poor sanitation and other health concerns. If you are personally dealing with compulsive hoarding, working alongside or helping someone suffering from hoarding, we are here to help you in the process with our service, “hoarding cleanouts Indianapolis.”
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The picture above is from one room in the house where items were just stacked up on top one another thereby limiting access to the space or preventing the space from functional use. In hoarding situations, this is often just one of many rooms and spaces that are overfilled like this. The good news is that with our dedicated crew of removers, we work hard and patiently to turn the above pictured space into the one pictured below.
Our “Hoarding Cleanouts Indianapolis” crews are comprised of off duty firefighters, veterans and service members. This level of professionalism translates to the way that we interact with customers and work along side those that are dealing with difficult situations. While we are there to do a job we also understand that in order to do it effectively the needs of the customer must come first. We work on jobs like these often with those suffering from hoarding or those working with hoarders such as professional organizers.