Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 29, 2015 - Hoarding is a major concern for many people living in the U.S. It is considered a disorder and while it starts out as modest collecting, it gradually develops into a complete inability to throw anything away including garbage, food containers, and newspapers. ServiceMaster of Salt Lake has recently expanded their services to include hoarding cleaning services for Salt Lake City and the surrounding towns of Orem and Provo, UT. Because hoarding is caused by a mental disorder, it is the responsibility of a friend or loved one to contact ServiceMaster of Salt Lake for hoarding cleaning services before the hoarder creates dangerous living conditions inside the home.
Cleaning up the home of a hoarder is a serious business as a hoard of collected items can not only block off some areas of the home but also harbor bacteria and other biohazard material which can have serious health implications. The technicians of ServiceMaster of Salt Lake will completely remove the hoarded items as part of their hoarder cleaning services as well as clean and sanitize the home so it is once again safe to inhabit. They make sure to consult with the individual and their family to avoid throwing away valuables and important keepsakes and they are also equipped to remove and dispose of biohazard materials such as bacteria and mold. These hoarding services are performed in compliance with the rules and regulations of the EPA, OSHA, and the Department of Transportation.
ServiceMaster of Salt Lake has been providing disaster restoration and cleaning services to Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas for over 30 years. They specialize in providing water damage restoration, fire and smoke damage restoration, and mold remediation as well as cleaning services including carpet, upholstery, and hoarding cleaning. Each of the technicians employed by ServiceMaster of Salt Lake are IICRC certified and use the most advanced equipment available to effectively clean and restore commercial and residential buildings.
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