The season of frozen and broken plumbing is upon us. If you experience broken pipes or roof leaks, there are several professionals you need to call. As this US News article shows, a mold remediation company like Advance Mold Remediation should be toward the top of that list.
Archive for December, 2010
There are many places mold can hide in homes. These include behind dry wall, wallpaper, paneling, and beneath carpets and pads. As the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) shows, buildings offer many more hidden areas for mold to grow.
Mold is bad enough in the home. When it enters commercial buildings and schools, it can cause major problems. We’ve already seen how it can affect student performance. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published this list to prevent mold in buildings. Here are some of the important ones:
This study from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) indicates there’s a correlation between the indoor air quality (IAQ) in a school and student performance. It’s actually something of a snowball effect, but here are the main points.
Winter can mean freezing pipes breaking and ice dams causing roof leaks. All of this leads to the potential for mold growth. The most important thing is to contact us immediately so we can schedule a time to help you clean up and eliminate any mold. However, there are steps you can take in the meantime in case wet items will be sitting for more than 24-48 hours.