Types of Hoarding Explained as Expert Introduces Web Series

Understanding the different types of hoarding can be monumental in discovering the proper treatment for a sufferer of the debilitating condition known as disposophobia. Address Our Mess, an industry leader in hoarding and clutter cleanup, discusses the distinct types of hoarding and how professional guidance can lead to recovery.

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Address Our Mess Josh Rafter Types of Hoarding

Josh Rafter explains the different types of hoarding in the inaugural episode of Address Our Mess' web series.

The first episode of this groundbreaking series takes a closer look at unique types of hoarding and how professional services can be used as a vehicle while journeying down the road to recovery.

Mount Laurel, New Jersey (PRWEB) December 10, 2013

Address Our Mess, a leading expert in the hoarding and clutter cleanup industry with locations across the continental United States, celebrates the launch of their exclusive web series with “Types of Hoarding.” The first episode of this groundbreaking series takes a closer look at unique types of hoarding and how professional services can be used as a vehicle while journeying down the road to recovery.

Address Our Mess owner Josh Rafter takes the opportunity to educate those less aware of the mental condition by welcoming viewers to the series by listing the six main types of hoarding:

  •     Trash
  •     Food
  •     Animal
  •     Clothing
  •     Shopping
  •     Biohazards

For hoarders, admitting to the mental condition can be overwhelmingly frightening. One of the main objections to the recovery process is the embarrassment of others finding out about the debilitating lifestyle. Privacy and anonymous services are the cornerstone of Address Our Mess. “We wear shirts with just a small logo on it and all of our trucks are unmarked,” explains Josh Rafter. “We have a case manager that’s on each job to basically hold (the hoarder’s) hand as we go item by item, (determining which) items to keep, donate, or throw away.”

With over twenty two years of experience, Address Our Mess prides themselves on helping hoarders reclaim their life with expert hoarding and clutter cleanup services. One of the more riveting details of the video explains how Josh and his team helped a hoarder discover over sixty thousand dollars in cash that was lost amongst the mounds of clutter and debris.

Each type of hoarding requires a unique course of action to help sufferers of the condition reclaim their homes and their lives. “We clean up your life,” is the phrase Address Our Mess touts to promise hoarders across America that help is only a phone call or click away via http://www.addressourmess.com. Like many of their other unique services, “Types of Hoarding” is sure to answer many of the pressing questions about hoarding.

About Address Our Mess:

For more than 22 years, Address Our Mess has provided clutter and hoarding cleanup services in locations across the continental United States. With project managers certified to handle any type of deep cleaning situation, Address Our Mess is equipped to deliver exceptional service while providing keen insight to the hoarding recovery process. To learn more about Address Our Mess, visit http://www.addressourmess.com.


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