Matrix Remediation Blog
The issue of mold and mold infiltration seems to pop up regularly in the media. But for a home or business with a mold issue, the situation can be dire, and the cleanup process stressful. The truth is, mold can strike in a new build just as quickly as it can in an old, damp basement. But whatever the case, mold removal must be expedited the proper way, the first time. The most important thing is to manage mold removal quickly, and remediate the after-effects properly.
Water can cause damage. And water damage can be minor, major, or catastrophic. It can ruin your home’s structure; your furniture and electronics; and worse, your personal property. They key is to act quickly and to minimize damage - and that all depends on the volume of water and the time that the water has been sitting around. What’s most important to realize is that any water damage is serious – it demands a comprehensive and appropriate cleanup.
In case of a flood, immediacy is key – so while it’s important to know what to do in case of a flood, it’s just as important to do it quickly (within the first 24 hours). Immediacy is critical because it will prevent additional damage from occurring. In addition, the better the initial cleanup, the better the flood restoration process. And regardless of the severity of the flood, there will be water damage restoration required – it’s only a question of how much.
By any reasonable measure, asbestos is dangerous, hazardous, and deadly. Prior to 1990, it was used primarily for insulating homes and buildings, while providing fireproof benefits. Asbestos was widely used in many industries, and throughout construction and commercial sectors. And the applications were boundless - furnace equipment and heating systems; home siding and insulation; ceiling and flooring tiles; even auto parts and components.