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Want to know the most common misconception about “black mold" and, well, really every type of mold? Contrary to popular belief, mold can grow in any temperature, any time of year. It does not need a hot, sticky climate to wreak havoc within a building – although those conditions certainly do breed mold spores quickly.
Mold can affect any commercial or residential property at any time of the year, especially if you recently had water damage or leaks. You might have a mold problem and not know it! Mold will grow and spread in optimum conditions (typically warm, humid indoor climates), leaving you with not only an annoyance but also a situation that could be potentially hazardous to the health of occupants. In fact, more people are being diagnosed every single day with mold-related illnesses, and something called Chronic Inflammatory Disease, due to mold exposure.
Our IICRC-certified team strives to always deliver expert solutions in the most professional and ethical way possible.
Water Out’s Certified Mold Remediation Team strives to always deliver expert solutions in the most professional and ethical way possible. Our IICRC-certified technicians will thoroughly inspect your home or building in Fort Wayne, Auburn, Angola, Syracuse, Warsaw, Decantur, OH, and anywhere in between. If mold damage is present, Water Out’s team will work closely with you and a Certified Indoor Air Quality professional to develop an immediate and efficient plan of action to remove the mold and detect the moisture causing it.
Once Water Out’s mold remediation work is complete, our technician will work with an independent third party Indoor Air Quality professional to ensure that your home or building has been successfully remediated. Once your home has passed clearance testing you will be provided a copy of the test results for your records.
Proper sewage cleanup and remediation by a trained, certified restoration company is important because the wastewater that comes from the broken sewage lines contains harmful microorganisms that cause diseases. These pathogens can enter the human body in three ways:
Even microscopic pores are openings in which the microorganisms found in the sewage can enter and cause problems in the body in the form of severe medical conditions and disease.
While the water may appear clear, and doesn’t necessarily look like your definition of sewage, it could be. Keep in mind that any kind of water that appears in the property comes from dubious sources. Furthermore, extra care should be taken when the water smells bad and or appears gray. That is a clear indication of contamination. Water Out restoration professionals of Fort Wayne, IN have the proper training and equipment to handle your sewage cleanup safely and quickly.
Water Out’s Sewage Remediation Team strives to always deliver expert solutions in the most professional and ethical way possible. Our IICRC certified technicians will thoroughly inspect your home or building, while suited effectively in personal protective equipment, or PPE. This not only protects them from the sewage waste, but also prevents cross-contamination in your home as they will put on and remove the suits in an area that keeps the sewage water contained.
It cannot be emphasized enough for commercial and residential property owners to take the problem of a sewage backup seriously. Also known as raw sewage, septic tank waste, and sewage sludge, these materials should not be touched or even attempted to be cleaned up. In this circumstance, the handling is best left in the hands of professionals who have the necessary equipment and training to do the disinfection properly.