Compulsive Hoarding

Clearing a hoarders house

Jeffrey Avery and Associates are specialists in the clearance of hoarded premises. A property may become full of possessions due to illness, or more commonly, as a result of Compulsive Hoarding Syndrome, which is recognised as an obsessive-compulsive disorder. Clearing hoarded houses and flats present house clearance companies with specific problems which need to be addressed, as there are additional health and safety risks, alongside logistical issues which need to be considered. For more information about compulsive hoarding, see our Compulsive Hoarding FAQ's.

Some of the problems which arise from the clearance of properties involving hoarding, or which are unusually full of possessions include which have become unusually full of possessions, include:

Common problems that arise when clearing a hoarded house include:

As specialists in clearing hoarded houses and flats, we have all the resources and expertise necessary to clear any kind of hoarded property, including lofts, garages, gardens and even small holdings.

Irrespective of the nature of the hoarding, we will always guarantee the confidentiality of our client. Our staff sign confidentiality agreements as part of their terms of employment and we can assure our clients of the utmost discretion at all times.

In the past year we have carried out more than 40 instances of hoarded property clearance, including:

For free advice and information on clearing a hoarded house, or on de-cluttering, contact Jeff Avery on 0800 567 7769.

More information on compulsive hoarding: Wikipedia

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