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Air Quality Control

After a flood, hurricane or fire, the indoor air quality in your home might seem to be one of the least of your problems.

Our Services in this regard

After a flood, hurricane or fire, the indoor air quality in your home might seem to be one of the least of your problems. However, failure to remove contaminated materials and to reduce the moisture and humidity that is entering your home or office from a damaged roof or hole in the wall can present serious long-term health risks. Additionally, standing water and wet materials, such as furniture or carpet, are breeding grounds for microorganisms such as viruses, mold and bacteria, which can cause disease, exacerbate allergic reactions, and continue to damage materials, such as flooring or walls.

Because humans spend most of their time indoors and rely on indoor spaces for shelter, preparation and response to man-made and natural disasters is extremely important in regard to indoor environments. To the naked eye, it might seem that if you simply wipe your walls, vacuum your carpet, or bleach your floors, you will have it covered, but that is not the case.

It is extremely important to work with a professional company whose technicians have certification and training in how to measure and treat the air quality in your home so it’s safe for you and your family members.

Our certification and training protocols meet exacting standards, so whether your situation requires water removal, storm damage assessment, application of anti-microbial and anti-fungal agents, followed by professional drying processes that remove telltale traces of water damage, we are prepared to go the extra mile to restore your life. There is no reason you should have to suffer with poor air quality after a disaster, so give us a call.

 

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