Hoarding cleaning is a rugged job that requires an effective strategy to accomplish. First, you need to decide which items you’ll discard, what you’ll donate, and what will end up in the dumpster. This laborious job involves handling enormous piles of trash, decluttering, and sanitizing the entire house. Depending on the size of the hoard, the task can take a long time to complete, about 4-5 days.
2) Biohazard Contamination
When you start on a hoarding cleanup task, you’re exposing yourself to severe sanitation issues. Dirt and debris collect quick and in large quantities in this environment, making it the ideal breeding ground for bacteria and other harmful microorganisms. Hoarding cleanup means you’re handling different biohazards, including live and dead animals, feces, urine, and other body fluids. Exposing yourself to these conditions, including pathogens such as bacteria and fungus, without protection is extremely dangerous.