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A little mold growth can lead to major indoor air contamination
Allergens and other contaminants can severely reduce indoor air quality
Water damage can strike suddenly or gradually, devastating a property
Lead dust or particles from paint and building material can cause a variety of health problems
A variety of building materials contain asbestos, more commonly in older buildings
Radon is a radioactive gas that can enter a property through various points
Volatile organic compounds are harmful gases emitted from a variety of common materials
Pests can infiltrate a property, carrying harmful diseases and reducing the environmental quality

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Mold Inspection & Testing

imageA mold problem can only be diagnosed through a complete mold inspection that includes an onsite assessment by a certified inspector, moisture readings and, most importantly, testing of the air and surfaces.

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Mold Remediation

imageWhen a mold contamination is found within a property following mold testing and an onsite inspection, mold remediation should be pursued immediately to avoid harm to property occupants and cross-contamination.

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I.A.Q. Testing

imageAllergens and other contaminants can often exist within a property. These contaminants may settle into hidden areas such as air ducts or the attic, but are disturbed by any airflow within the property.

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Decontamination

imageThe presence of elevated levels of harmful contaminants within a property must be addressed immediately. Specialized decontamination protocols will purify air and surfaces to prevent further exposure by occupants.

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Special Testing

imageConcerns over a possible contamination by lead, asbestos, volatile organic chemicals, radon gas or other substances must be addressed through speicalized testing of the air or surfaces around the property.

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Damage Restoration

imageDamage resulting from water damage, fire damage or a biohazard situation should be remedied quickly through the use of special equipment and materials by certified technicians to avoid extended damage.

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