The clinical definition of hoarding disorder is categorized by “an unwillingness to discard items.” That seems hard to understand for most of us who throw away pounds of trash each day as part of our normal routines. But for the hoarder, throwing away trash is just not something they are capable of doing. As a result, everything that comes into the world ends up being piled in the yard or rooms of the house. This can create a health hazard not only for the person living there but for any first responders who may have to come to eventually help those residents.
The Right Hoarding Help
Thankfully, this condition is being recognized by local health officials who understand the need to provide the right kind of therapy for residents that are coping with the struggles of hoarding. Once the breakthrough has been made that they are willing to toss out there junk, the real work of cleanup can begin.
Just because you might have a garage or basement that is overflowing with clutter doesn’t make you a clinical hoarder. It might just mean that you don’t have access to movers and a truck. Now you do! One call to Junk King Boston can provide you with all the hoarding cleanup help you would need to transform your home into a junk free zone.
Time to Sort
Every one of us has some level of hoarding tendencies. A quick glance into a closet will reveal plenty of outfits that could probably be donated to a charity. There might also boxes of old pots, pans, dishes and other household goods that you could get rid of. The simple fact that you want to get rid of them is enough to prove you on a hoarder. However, you don’t want your home looking like a hoarder’s house. Junk King is going to help that by sending over a pair of movers in the truck. That is pretty much all you need to get rid of all the things that you would classify as rubbish.
Once Junk King has completed the work, you can set about to organizing your storage space so that everything in there has a purpose and is easy to get to. Book your hoarder cleanup with Junk King Boston today. You’ll be glad you did.