Most of us are familiar with the compulsive activity know as Hoarding. Hoarding disorder is not all that common, and can be intriguing and confusing looking from an outside point of view. Media has even gone as far as to publicize certain individuals affected by hoarding in TV shows , such as Hoarders found on the A&E channel. However, what many are not aware of is that hoarding is a mental disorder that often needs professional treatment. These types of TV shows use invasive tactics that can put shame on the individuals affected by this condition, which does nothing to help the individual with the affliction and in most cases is morally wrong. We want to shed some light on the facts of this condition and some of the controversy surrounding its subject matter.
Biohazard remediation is also known as crime scene clean up. It is the job of a professional certified remediation company to come in after a crime scene has occurred and properly clean the area. This situation is both emotionally sensitive and hygienically sensitive. Proper professionalism and processes must be followed to ensure a successful biohazard remediation.
It's that time of year again; time to put some new life into those carpets! The kids are back in school, which means more recovery time for the carpets in your home. Summer is a great time of year, but it's the time of year that your carpets also see a lot of action. People are in the home more often, and your carpets are getting a lot of use. In addition to the extra use, it is also the time of year where families tend to be busy with activities such as taking trips, and not as busy with chores such as tending to your home's carpets.
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Hoarding is a difficult subject to bring up, and can be a dangerous practice. For anyone with a relative or friend who tends to hoard items, it might seem difficult or impossible to know how to approach the subject without upsetting the affected individual. It may seem overwhelming at times, and it can be frustrating dealing with this type of behavior. There are several important things to know when dealing with this type of behavior, and we're here to help give you some advice and information about the hoarding cleanup process.
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For most people running businesses, they usually never expect that anything violent or traumatic will happen in their workplace. But on the off chance that an incident does happen, it must be dealt with caution and best practices. First and foremost, cleaning up a violent scene SHOULD NOT be done by anyone other than professionals. We're here to give you some information on what to do in the event of a disaster.
Topics: crime scene clean up
Death is a grizzly subject. Yet, it is one of the most natural things to happen, and occurs every single day. We want to make sure that if you are affected by a death around you that you have the knowledge to know what steps to take to move forward in the easiest and least stressful way.
It's here! For the 50th year Comic Con is once again hitting downtown San Diego with some of the best comics, vendors, and cosplays. San Diego Comic Con has become a world famous event, and is a huge draw for tourists and locals alike each year to the convention center in downtown San Diego. This year the con is taking place July 18th-21st. If you weren't able to grab a badge to enter the convention this year, don't fret! There are plenty of online resources to make sure your included and informed on everything regarding SDCC 2019 (San Diego Comic Con 2019). Our family here at Clean Earth Restorations loves being a part of the community, and we're here to give you some sites to bookmark to stay connected with all of the cool stuff happening this year.
Death is not a subject that most people want to talk about, but when it happens it can leave us shocked and unprepared to deal with the aftermath. No matter the cause of death, there still must be clean up efforts involved.
Congrats! You're on your way to home ownership, and now you are shopping around for a home. You may have even already found the exact home you want, and are thinking about putting in an offer. However, it is important to know whether that home is healthy enough to secure your investment in it. A big factor in this is knowing whether or not the home has mold growth.
We all know the 5-second rule. It is a way to justify not wasting food that falls onto the floor; supposedly, if you pick it up within 5 seconds of it touching the ground, there isn't enough time for bacteria to latch onto the food. An interesting follow up question is do different types of flooring affect this "rule"?