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Hire a professional to clean mold damageSanitationCleaning and disinfecting surfaces with nonpolluting cleaners and antimicrobial solutions will remove mold and protect against mold growth.VentilationAlthough proper ventilation is important, minimize air circulation and don't use your ventilation...
09/04/2007
Paper is extremely sensitive to water exposure and can be damaged even without direct contact with water. Humidity is enough to start the growth of mold and cause deterioration.Water damaged paper is usually fragile. Depending on the extent of the damage, paper may begin to distort, swell, and co...
09/04/2007
Cleaning, Repairing, and DisinfectingRecovery from exposure to water is more successful if your home is stabilized as soon as possible. This means that the immediate environment must receive attention. Follow the basic structural stabilization procedures before you start cleaning repairing and di...
08/29/2007
What to Keep and What to Discard:Again, the general rule is: anything you cannot wash and disinfect should be thrown away.Important NoteThe following guidelines are applicable only if the damage is caused by clean water. If you know or suspect that the water source was contaminated with sewage, c...
08/29/2007
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Preventing MoldAfter understanding the hazards of mold you probably want to take the measures required to prevent it. A proactive approach is better, healthier and more cost effective than a reactive one.If you take the measures to prevent it, you will be able to avoid expensive mold mitigation p...
08/16/2007
What to Keep and What to Discard: IndoorsWhile part 1 of this article covered outdoors building materials, this part will cover the indoors.Again, the general rule is: anything you cannot wash and disinfect should be thrown away.Important NoteThe following guidelines are applicable only if the da...
07/26/2007
Step 2: Secure Your PropertyAfter eliminating water related hazards you should take steps to protect and secure your property and personal belongings from further damage.It is important to ventilate your property to assist with drying out. However, security is important. Lock and secure your prop...
07/26/2007
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Step 1: Safety First!Dangers are not over even when the water goes down. Do not endanger yourself or your family after a water event. Keep children and pets away. Try to protect yourself and your family from stress, fatigue, and water-related health hazards.The following precautions will help neu...
07/26/2007
Puroclean® QuickDry System Technical Data for Water, Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration The local Puroclean office is constantly striving to improve the efficiency and quality of services offered and when possible, introduce cost reduction concepts to the insurance industry. Puroclean has been con...
07/20/2007
Mold seems to be the health concern of the decade. Homeowners, landlords, tenants and businesses alike all have a heightened awareness of the subtle and often unseen menace to health and comfort. State governments are trying to develop standards of prevention and remediation and define minimum an...
07/20/2007
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