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Professional Minnesota Hoarding Cleanup Now Available

The hoarding condition can take a crippling toll on the everyday lives of Minnesota hoarders and their network of family and friends. With expertise in the hoarding and deep cleaning industry since 1989, Address Our Mess has formally announced an expansio

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Reported Minnesota hoarding cleanup cases have increased steadily over the last decade. Chronic disorganization and clutter have plagued living spaces across the world since the dawn of recorded history. Hoarders were typically misdiagnosed as shy, introverted, or ornery. Embarrassed and overwhelmed by their condition, hoarders typically distanced themselves socially from family and friends. With the booming popularity of reality television shows and Do-It-Yourself home restoration techniques, hoarding awareness has grown steadily in mainstream media over the last several years. Since then, hoarding cleaning specialist Address Our Mess has focused its efforts on helping hoarders to clean up their lives while living spaces spanning across their company footprint have become happier and healthier.

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Minnesota bolsters a population of over five million residents. Of those five million, it is estimated that a quarter million suffer with the hoarding condition every day. Due to the growing demand for expert, professional services for hoarding and clutter cleanup, Address Our Mess has officially expanded into the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," providing Minnesota hoarders with reliable service they can count on.

Lending over twenty years of deep cleaning expertise to their list of services, Address Our Mess is dedicated to delivering viable solutions to various types of hoarding in Minnesota. Hoarding types vary based on the majority of objects found in the home. Compulsive shopping, mail, papers, boxes, food, clothing, toys, collectibles, and even biohazards such as feces, urine, vomit, and blood can all be considered types of hoarding. The level of hoarding help needed for Minnesota hoarders depends primarily on the severity of the condition.

Levels of hoarding range from mild to serious to life-threatening. Simple clutter and disorganization can create mild cases of hoarding. Conversely, blocked entries and exits, rotted food, biohazards, and dilapidated conditions of the property can pose life-threatening dangers to those who live in the hoarded home. Hoarding cleaning is necessary in order to provide hoarders with a safe and healthy environment to live in. Address Our Mess has highly-trained case managers and technicians to ensure Minnesota hoarders are able to seek out the best course of action to recovery.

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 www.addressourmess.com.

Media Contact: Jeff Cohn, Address Our Mess, 856-437-6068, [email protected]

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