Do you need commercial mold remediation? Molds are simple organisms that can be found in every environment and grow on any organic substance as long as moisture and oxygen are present. As mold begins to grow, it becomes visible and emits a musty odor. There are molds that grow on carpets, sheet-rock materials, insulation, wet building materials, wood, clothing and many foods – digesting these things as sustenance and destroying them in the process. Some, including black mold, are toxic molds and therefore an extreme liability in any work environment.
It is important to perform a mold test to identify the level and species of mold spores to tell whether you need mold removal or mold remediation services, as these levels may aggravate a number of human illnesses, including allergies, respiratory distress and asthma. For this reason, eliminating mold from your building or facility is one of the most important steps you can take to improve indoor air quality, reduce illness, and significantly minimize the other risks and liabilities associated with the presence of mold within your indoor environment. All mold removal, whether in a commercial building or in a home’s basement or attic, should be performed by qualified, reliable professionals.
Often times, the presence of mold can stem from public health violations such as leaking pipes, rot, or side effects of weather damage. The best course of action would be to have a professional evaluate your unique situation and provide a cost effective solution so you can avoid liability, limit future damage control expenditures, and ensure a safe environment.
AirCare provides Mold Remediation and Mold Removal services in MA, CT, RI, NH, & ME. We start the process in the same manner as any of our other indoor air quality projects; first by investigating the environment where the problem was identified and performing or arranging for the appropriate testing and sampling. Once a mold contamination problem is identified, an appropriate mold remediation action plan (usually involving duct and ventilation cleaning, building sanitization, and indoor air quality testing) is developed to remove the contaminated area while protecting the surrounding areas from cross-contamination.
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Contact us now to learn how we can help you with commercial mold remediation and mold removal in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Maine by calling 1-866-246-6789 or click on the Rapid Response button and complete the form.