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The Dangers of Hoarding and How to Clean a Hoarded Home

PuroClean Canada
Publication date:
November 23, 2018
Article Summary: 

The most important details in this text are the dangers of hoarding and the steps involved in cleaning up a hoarded home. Fire is the main danger in a hoarded home, as it consists of flammable materials. Injuries can occur due to falls or trips on hoarded objects, diseases can be infected by pests, mould can cause respiratory and other health problems, air quality can be affected by dust, odours, and ammonia, structural integrity can be damaged, and building maintenance can prevent technicians from performing necessary maintenance. Hoarding clean-up is not an easy task, and restoration professionals must have the expertise and equipment to perform the job efficiently and safely. PuroClean is a leading commercial and residential restoration franchising company that offers fire and water cleanup and restoration services, mould mitigation and remediation, and biohazard cleanup and removal throughout the US and Canada.


fire damage cleaning services, fire and water damage restoration, mold mitigation, biohazard removal and cleanup, hoarding clean up

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PuroClean Canada
The Dangers of Hoarding and How to Clean a Hoarded Home
November 23, 2018
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