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Mold can be found in a large number of places such as your bathroom, kitchen, and dry wall. Mold can be found in anything you can also start to see mold in paper, wood, leather, carpets or even old food in the refrigerator. Mold can also continue to grow on anything organic where there are an abundant amount of nutrients.
BATHROOM MOLD: The number 1 room on the list for exposure to mold is your bathroom. you can check for mold on or round your toilet and also check beneath your sink. The bathroom is listed as the most common place on the list because its very easy for moisture to seep into the walls when caulking has been done wrong or neglected.
KITCHEN MOLD: This room is known to have mold in areas such as behind the dishwasher, underneath the sink and also behind your refrigerator. Now the reason you may be able to find mold in these areas are because they are able to have a small or good amount of water leakage.
DRYWALL MOLD: Did you know your drywall is a well known area to carry mold in your home or your office? This Is because the moisture has been seeping into the walls for a good amount of time that in result causes mold to grow and build up. Now this type of mold is discovered because it will present you with a stale or in most cases musty smell. Unfortunately with this type of mold damage is also discovered when one starts to show mild to severe symptoms from suffering from the presence of mold in the drywall of the room.
LAUNDRY ROOM: Mold may become present near your washing machine because the room has a combination of both high levels of moisture and also warm like air. Make sure you keep close tabs on your laundry room to make sure mold is not present.
BEDROOM: Mold has been known to be found in the mattress due to the moisture ( sweat) that it has been soaking up for years. If you have a old mattress be sure to check for mold or think about looking for a new mattress to make sure you are sleeping in a healthy and safe environment.
Some of the most common types of mold are known to be in your home or office are the following:
Indoor air quality tests is when you measure the air for things such as mold spores, allergens and anything toxins that may be polluting the air and causes you to become sick or causes harm to your home. These tests can show whether the quality of your indoor air is either safe or dangerous. Now a good test will measure and tell you accurately what is in the air inside your home or office.
Air testing quality Is done by using a monitor that has sensors hat detect toxins while others estimate PM based on the particulates that pass in front of a laser. For example, if you live in an area with high air pollution, you’re more likely to need a model that detects PM. Someone who lives in an older home may want to get a model that detects radon and carbon monoxide.
You should test indoor air quality because there are different types of contaminants that can come from outside, but there is also a smorgasbord of indoor sources like construction materials, consumer products, pets, and mold. Poor ventilation can let it accumulate to dangerous levels, a problem that often spikes in fall and winter as we seal up buildings to conserve heat. So its best to test your home or work to make sure you are breathing in the best and healthy air at all times.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you start to feel symptoms. You could be in a bad environment inhaling unhealthy polluted air.
Water mitigation is when you prevent further water loss or damage from affecting your home or property. In order to stop further damage you would start the process of water mitigation which is remove any damaged material from the home or property such as furniture, flooring, and even drywall. You may also have to use commercial grade equipment to extract the water and dry out the home. And remember that water damage mitigation services aren't designed to repair or replace damaged property, but to ensure the disaster doesn't lead to further consequences.
In order to stop further damage you would start the process of water mitigation which is
Fire prevention varies from building to building based on its type occupancy, use, and type of construction. Each brings a unique way and method to not just to preserve the property but, more importantly those lives who enter and occupy them. Besides the use of fire protection systems. This can be obtained through many different methods based on design criteria and approved UL System.
The process for prevention is a simple concept and can be obtained in two simple methods.
This process is used to prevent fire from spreading and causing more harm and damage to the structure. Thus allowing occupants more time to safely evacuate.
Fire-stops are designed to restore the continuous fire-resistance of wall or floor assemblies, impeding the spread of fire by filling the openings in them with fire-resistant materials. Fire is a scary thing, it can ruin buildings, and cause severe injuries and even death, anything that we can do to reduce the impact of a fire is helpful. Fire stopping measures, when installed correctly, should be able to contain a fire for up to four hours.
This phase includes constant monitoring and interaction. We keep an eye on budgets to ensure the lowest costs, stay on top of schedules for timely delivery and work closely with the design team to create your vision.
Working with trusted subcontractors, we keep them accountable throughout the entire build. From sequence to production and quality control, we stay focused on the goal.
The last step in any build. This phase includes site cleanup, systems training, final inspections and move-in coordination. After completion, we have a final walkthrough to ensure your complete satisfaction.