Commercial Water Removal in Florida
Water Removal & Damage Restoration in Florida
Unlike other hazardous materials (such as asbestos) there are no clear regulations for "clearance levels" when conducting mold removal and remediation in Florida. However, the EPA has provided these goals for contractors seeking to perform successful mold remediation:
Many contractors find one source of moisture, address it, and stop. However, there are many scenarios where multiple water sources work together to contribute to indoor moisture problems. In other cases, water may be contaminated with bacteria, sewage, or toxic chemicals and will need special treatment. A complete inspection is the best way to catch all water issues before they turn into a mold problem.
The obvious problem of standing water is often just the tip of the iceberg. Wall cavities, insulation, tiled ceilings, cavities underneath floors, and the insides of electrical conduits can also lead to enormous damages if not addressed quickly.
& MOLD DAMAGE
Water residing underneath floors may have caused some deterioration of flooring. Electrical building components may have short circuited, rusted, corroded, or become otherwise damaged by the water intrusion. Paper, furniture, and other items will show water damage, and drywall may need to be partially or completely replaced.
CONDUCT A FOLLOWUP VISIT
TO ENSURE PROPER IAQ
A followup visit can ensure that all sources of moisture have been eliminated and that the proper indoor air quality has been restored to the home.