Asheville Disaster Specialists Announce Asheville, NC Mold Damage Cleanup

May 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Asheville Mold Abatement has announced that they offer Asheville, NC mold damage cleanup. The company recently discussed the need for these services and why it is important to hire a professional for the job.

A representative for the company says, “Mold is a problem that is found in many homes and unfortunately, it often goes undetected for quite some time. Left untreated, mold can cause a number of serious health issues for anyone in the home.”

The company says that the they offer mold testing in the area that can help to find mold in homes and remove it before it becomes a serious health consequence. They state that the company provides mold testing, mold inspections and mold removal for homes and businesses, and that they can identify the species of the mold and inform the customer of the best way to remove it.

“Mold removal is something that has to be done by a professional,” says The Company Owner. “Someone without the proper equipment could cause much more harm by attempting to remove mold on their own. Releasing mold spores into the air could be very dangerous, and a professional company with experience in mold removal will have the knowledge and the equipment needed to ensure that the mold is not released or spread.”

Mold can begin to grow in homes undetected and is often due to flooding or other issues with water. The Company says that many homes in flood prone areas experience mold growth. Mold can also be the result of water leaks within the home and a number of other instances where moisture is found. The Company says that they strongly recommend that home or business owners do not try to remove the mold themselves.

“If mold is found, it is best to contact a professional to have the home inspected and the mold removed,” says the company. “A professional is going to know how to take a sample of the mold without disturbing it or releasing it into the air.”

The owner states that the company will remove a small section of the mold without disrupting the spores. Technicians will also be able to advice home or business owners on how they can protect anyone in the structure from the mold while they await the results of the testing. The company says that in some cases, the company may recommend closing vents and ducts that lead into and out of the room that contains the mold.

The company states that if a home or business owner detects mold, they should take precautions immediately. These precautions normally consist of closing off the room in question and keeping others out of that room until a professional has arrived to survey the mold damage. The company says that if mold is found growing in more than one room or area in a home or business, they will inspect and provide the home or business owner with a detailed plan for removing all of the mold that is evident.

It is important that home and business owners realize that mold can be very dangerous, the company says, and that it can thrive in a number of places from walls to carpet, upholstery and other areas of the structure. They say that anyone who suspects that they may have mold growing in their home or business should contact the company immediately, without attempting to remove or test them mold themselves.

The company adds that anyone who detects mold should do their research before hiring a company to test or remove that mold. They add that Asheville Disaster Specialists have years of experience in mold testing and remediation and that those who are interested in learning more can visit the company on their website for a list of their services and to get a better idea of their reputation. Those in need of mold testing or removal can contact the company directly to schedule a service.

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For more information about Asheville Mold Abatement, contact the company here:

Asheville Mold Abatement
(828) 398-1957
Asheville, NC 28801

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