Hoarding is classified as a mental health condition. As hoarding progresses, significant damage can occur at a person’s residence. Ultimately, the residence of a person with hoarding disorder becomes unlivable, indeed unsanitary, unhealthy, and unsafe. The physical structure of a house itself can become damaged and even unstable. Appliances and utilities tend to become nonoperational. Livable space within the property is eliminated. Moreover, the house becomes contaminated in a manner that results in a profound health risk to the occupant. Call our veteran-led hoarder cleanup services company. 

Your Recourse If Your Neighbor Hoards Animals

A surprising number of people hoard, including individuals who hoard animals. In some cases, animal hoarding can go unnoticed to the proverbial outside world for at least some period. Ultimately, as time goes on and the number of animals being hoarded grows, others will become aware of what is going on. This includes neighbors of…