Older homes have charm and years of history, but they may also be hiding threats that can put you, your family and your pets in danger. Harmful fungi and poisonous chemical by-products can be lurking in your home if it is older than 1970. Sneaky invisible toxins can be concealed for decades and you have no way of knowing without proper testing. These potential contaminants can pose a great risk to your family in the air you breathe and the water you use.
Asbestos can pose a serious threat to you and your family’s health. Finding out the dangers of asbestos can help you make informed decisions when doing any type of home improvements. When in doubt, contact a professional at Utah Flood Cleanup for help in determining if you’re at risk for unsafe asbestos exposure. A contractor can help you make an informed decision on whether the building materials can be left alone or if removal is required.
You’ve made a horrifying discovery – mold in your home! You’re searching online to figure out what to do now. Well, don’t panic, we have compiled a list of Mold Removal Do’s and Don’ts to help educate you and point you in the right direction for help. It is important to know that mold found in your home can be hazardous to your health and potentially cause severe structural damage.
The good news? We are here to help; contact the trained and certified professionals at Utah Flood Cleanup to test your home for hidden mold colonies and eradicate the mold and mold spores from your home. In the meantime, take a look at what you should and shouldn’t do:
Most importantly – Don’t ignore the problem, and please Do contact an experienced disaster cleanup professional. Utah Flood Cleanup uses the most advanced equipment and techniques to make sure things are done right the first time, in fact – we guarantee it! We are available 24/7 at 801-876-5225 for your FREE phone consultation and FREE inspection for insurance covered disasters.
Though you may have heard mold mentioned, you may not be familiar with what it is and how dangerous it is. A fungus, it spreads through tiny spores that typically can’t be seen and quickly grows in a variety of damp, dark conditions.
Molds can be classified based on the effects they have on your health: