The Flood Co. (801-294-7452) has released a new report on the importance of testing for mold for homeowners of Sandy, Utah. Highlights the long-term health implications if mold is left untreated.
In the recently published report, readers are able to learn how a mold inspection can uncover both the causes and types of mold found in a property through the use of moisture detection and laboratory testing prior to removal.
More information is available at https://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah-mold-testing
Alongside the latest report, The Flood Co. also provides details on their range of services, which include mold inspections, testing, and removals for residents in and around the Sandy area of Utah.
Leaving mold without treatment can be a dangerous and, in some cases, life-threatening scenario, especially for those who have underlying respiratory health conditions. Furthermore, without adequate knowledge of the source of the mold, permanent removal can be a challenging task.
The Flood Co.’s new report highlights the importance of getting any sign of mold inspected and explains how homeowners must hire a professional removal service should they find it in their homes.
The company’s experts can visit a property to determine where the mold is coming from, what actions need to be taken to deal with it, and how the property owner can eliminate any high moisture levels in the infected area. As the report explains, each of these steps can be vital in ensuring the removal of the mold in order to prevent its return.
The Flood Co. also reports that professional mold removal companies will conduct third-party testing of the mold found around a home to determine its type. This testing can help with the identification of the mold so that the proper removal treatments can be used.
In a recent case study, the Utah company was called to inspect a property for a mother who was undergoing cancer treatment and was worried about the increase in mold in her home. During the inspection, The Flood Co. found four separate areas of mold and their sources. Following repair work, a second inspection by the company showed a 75% reduction of the amount of mold in the home, with only the basement still containing any traces.
A spokesperson for the company said of their work, “Over the years, we’ve made many improvements and refinements to our restoration methods. We are happy with the results and we know you will be, too.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.thefloodco.com
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Organization: The Flood Co.
Address: 1164 West 850 North, Centerville, Utah 84014, United States
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