We all have a moment we feel like we have collected too much clutter. This natural hoarding can be minor or a major factor in our life. Some are not just hoarding on a small scale but develop a Hoarding disorder. They hoard or collect items and cannot let go of them as they feel that they may be useful in the future or they have sentimental value. This hoarding can lead from items of value or rubbish that is kept in attics, lofts, garages, sheds and then leads into the living space they spend every day in. Hoarding can negatively affect peoples lives, increasing stress, anxiety, depression, OCD. Hoarded items that are considered rubbish by most, from newspapers to electrical items, clothes, kitchen utensils and anything else are often hoarded. This hoarding not only affects the hoarder but also their family. It is estimated 1.5 million people suffer from hoarding in the UK.
REE WASTE domestic waste collection team understands hoarding is a sensitive subject. Families are under pressure and often embarrassed to deal with the issue. We are professionals, and we deal with hoarding clearance. We can remove items and clear rooms in stages for you and understand the sensitive nature and how it affects the hoarder. Contact REE waste for complete clearance of hoarding or for a structured approach to help clear hoarded rubbish with our hoarded rubbish removal service.