If your home or business has mold, you realize you have a problem. The EPA says just seeing mold or a moisture problem means you have an issue you need to address — and quickly. If you see visible growth, most likely there is even more going on behind the walls. Mold remediation is the process of identifying mold, cleaning it up and containing it from spreading.
You’ve experienced damage to your home or business and now you have to deal with the aftermath. Whether you’ve experienced a flood, a fire, found mold or have a sewage spill, hiring the right, experienced Restoration Contractor to repair and rebuild will make all the difference.
A pipe has burst or a toilet has overflowed and your home is flooded. There are few things more distressing than coming home to find water covering the floors. No matter how your home was damaged by water, there are several things you need to do right away to prevent further damage.
When you have had damage to your home or business from a fire, flood, sewage damage, mold or other event, one of the first things you will do is to file a claim with your insurance company. Make sure you know your rights! It’s your property, and you have the control over who you hire to fix the damage.
When you find mold in your home it’s cause for concern. Mold of any kind is considered a problem and something you should deal with right away. When homeowners find mold in their homes and report it to their insurance company, the process is often called “mold damage restoration.” This is the process of restoring your property to its condition pre-mold.
When you have a mold infestation removing it can be a hassle. That’s why we’ve created a tip sheet just for you. By following these simple tips for mold removal, you’ll know what to do to get things back to normal.
Water can cause all kinds of damage to your living or working environment. You could search the whole Internet checking page after page for suggestions on what to do. Or you could look to your friends at Clean Earth Restorations for their easy follow tips on water damage.
Whether it’s a leak in the roof or the pipes have burst, water damage in San Diego is bound to happen to most of us at some time. As with most damage, the important thing is getting everything cleaned up as quickly as possible to stop the damage from causing further problems.
Twenty-four hours… the amount of time you have to begin repairing your carpet water damage or mold. If the twenty-four hour marker has passed, the faster you begin the better.