Damage from water, fire, and smoke are all – obviously – concerning. What people should really be aware of though, is mold. It’s a good idea to concern yourself with the potential health issues associated with the presence and growth of mold in a residence or business.
Mold, or microbial growth contamination, is found in an abundance of buildings and homes, usually because of one basic reason; tiny mold spores are present near enough everywhere. They lie dormant, waiting for the perfect conditions to grow in.
Needing only a small food source and the presence of moisture, mold can start to grow in just as little as 48 – 72 hours. Food sources for mold can be any type of organic material, such as drywall, ceiling tiles, moldings, cloth, books and even just common household dust. So it pays to keep an eye on your house closely.
Mold occurs naturally; everywhere in the environment, but, certain types of mold release really harmful toxins and can actually pose a risk to the health of humans and pets. The EPA recommends immediate remediation of any active mold growth that’s inside a structure (whether it’s your home or business).
Our certified mold specialists will swiftly identify any and all mold problems, wherever they exist. They will then clean and restore the affected areas; afterwards they will take measures to prevent the mold problem from reoccurring. If you suspect you have a mold issue, then our certified professionals are available - 24/7 - to inspect your property and even provide you with a mold removal estimate.
Our Certified Consultants can expertly perform a visual inspection. They will then take samples for professional testing via a licensed laboratory. If a mold-related hazard is identified, then the Mold Assessment Consultant will prepare a Mold Remediation Protocol. This will be executed efficiently by our licensed Mold Remediation Crew.
Once the Mold Remediation Protocol is complete, your property will be re-inspected by a highly-trained Mold Assessment Consultant - so as to insure that the mold problem has been corrected effectively.
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