Animal Hoarding Clean Up
Cleaning Animal Hoarding Services
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If you are an animal hoarder or have a loved one who is an animal hoarder we want you to know that we are a complete source of information on the subject of hoarding. Animal hoarding cleaning has various steps but the first step is to remove the animals or have them taken to a safe place while the home is ride of bio-hazard dangers. Animal hoarders don’t always tend to think of themselves as hoarders but are generally nice people. Animal hoarders tend to hoard all types of animals from cats, dogs or even rats. The feces left behind is a hazard to the hoarders health and also anyone who wants to help them. Special precautions need to be taken in order to safety remove the items from the home and dispose of the contaminated materials and feces in a safe way.
Animal Hoarding Clean Up includes:
- Clean up and remove animal feces, animal urine, bird poop, and items effected by animals
- Provide dumpsters and unmarked trucks to mask from nosy neighbors and the general public
- Trained technicians that are trained to be sensitive and compassionate to an embarrassing situation
- IICRC certified odor and disinfection clean up service bring the home to a livable condition.
- Free estimates
Address Our Mess has been in business since 1989 and has been trained by Cory Chalmers of A&E ‘Hoarding’ and has the Gold Seal Approval from hoardingcleanup.com. SI Restoration has been brought in more than once to assist A&E ‘Hoarding’ when difficult situations have arrived and Address Our Mess has trained and certified staff. We are also certified by the IICRC (The Clean Trust), ABRA and have completed numerous animal hoarding cleanup situations.
What is animal hoarding ?
According to The Hoarding of Animals Research Consortium (HARC) animal hoarding has these four main signs:
- The inability to offer the necessary standards for sanitation, food, water, and medical care and space for animals.
- Not understanding how the situation will affect the animals and the humans that reside in the home.
- Although the dwelling is falling apart structurally and health environment, the resident continues to collect animals
- Avoiding the fact that there is a serious issue.