There are numerous types of toxic molds that can constitute serious health and structural risk if found in ceilings, walls, carpets, basement, etc. The mold consequences on the health and safety of the human body inside the indoor space is significant. Individuals exposed to indoor mold on a regular basis, can encounter unpredictable health symptoms and allergic reactions including dizziness, nausea, weakness, sleeplessness, headaches, and prolonged flu-like symptoms for no obvious reason.
Our services answer the need for excellent air quality at work and also in a home environment. With over 20 years of mold remediation experience we deliver comprehensive mold removal & clean-up solutions, including:
• Free visual evaluation, mold and mildew testing and assessment, with written estimate upon request.
• Mold examination and lab testing.
• Mold removal & decontamination– seal the area to prevent further spread of spores as well as cleanse the area thoroughly with proper chemicals.
• Mold air and surface retesting to verify job is completely done.
Molds reproduce by discharging tiny spores which are unseen to the naked eye. Mold spores are continuously floating around throughout indoor and outdoor air, however when they land on a damp surface they can begin to flourish. Molds perform an important function in nature by degrading dead organic matter. However mold growth indoors must be avoided. Mold eats away at organic materials, including paper, drywall, wood, and some carpets, and so when left neglected, it can result in serious damage.
Mold can be an allergen (respiratory irritant) which impacts different people in different ways. Concerns regarding mold have increased as the public has become more conscious that exposure to mold may result in a variety of health reactions and symptoms.
SaniCare professionals are trained to contain and remove mold from
the afflicted areas without infecting the surrounding areas.
If you even suspect that you might have a mold problem, you need to call us immediately at (505) 884-4420.
For more information on the dangers of mold and the necessity of mold removal, follow these links:
Mold growth, assessment, and remediation
Center for Disease Control and Prevention – Protect Yourself from Mold
Environmental Protection Agency – A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home
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