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Protect Your Facility from Mold Growth

7/29/2019 (Permalink)

If your carpet is subject to water damage, you need to quickly clean it to prevent mold

Take charge of your facility cleanup with prompt and professional mold prevention. From sudden thunderstorms to leaking pipes, there are many ways that facilities in Donora, PA, can harbor mold growth. Prevent further spread of a variety of molds by finding a professional removal service to target these key areas in commercial buildings.

Removing Mold

Once you’ve found mold in one or more of the following areas, it’s essential to contact a professional service for full mold remediation. Here are the basic steps to ensure proper remediation:

  1. Contact a professional
  2. Assess the damage
  3. Containment
  4. Thorough filtration
  5. Complete removal
  6. Restore belongings and home

HVAC Mold Prevention

Your commercial HVAC system is far larger than a residential one, which leaves more areas for mold to grow. Condensation pans for furnaces and air conditioners are designed to dry out but can collect enough moisture to foster mold.

A professional team thoroughly inspects and cleans your HVAC system for signs of mold. Whether it’s forming in your condensation pans, ductwork or collecting on your commercial filters, prompt mold removal is essential for professional air quality for your customers and employees.

Protecting Your Commercial Carpeting

Commercial carpeting receives a high volume of traffic every day. If your carpet is subject to water damage, you need to quickly clean it to prevent mold. Even if the surface of the carpet feels dry, water can settle into your commercial carpet pad and harbor mold.

Professional carpet cleaning solutions and equipment can penetrate the thick, soft layer of commercial carpet and remove any water or dirt buildup deep within your flooring. Other porous materials, such as ceiling tiles, can also be areas of likely mold that should be professionally inspected.

Keeping Your Facilities Safe

Thankfully, mold remediation specialists are always on-call to review your mold situation and offer thorough cleaning and restoration. Don’t let mold growth dampen your commercial air quality. Choose a mold prevention company who is Here to Help.

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