Posts Tagged ‘mold damage’

Biohazard Cleanup for your Protection

May 6th, 2011

There are times that we are not totally free from

Asbestos Removal Reminder

May 4th, 2011

Asbestos is a very dangerous substance which is a common problem to residential and commercial establishments. The method used in removing this harmful component is Asbestos Removal and this procedure is mostly performed by the professionals. State laws also warn the public to not to engage in asbestos removal because asbestos fibers once inhaled are typically unsafe to human health which can cause lung cancer or asbestosis. In addition, asbestos detection is not easy for ordinary people and a single mistake will cause big trouble not only to the health but also to the properties as well.

If you want your home or commercial property to be free from asbestos, your first step is to look for an asbestos removal company which is truly licensed and has the complete equipment in terms of Asbestos Removal. First Priority Restoration has well-trained staff plus modern equipment, thus making them as the company of choice on this kind of situation. For more information please visit www.waterdamagerus.com

Why You Need To Dehumidify Your Home?

May 2nd, 2011

When the air or atmosphere inside the house becomes humid, this will lead for some problems or headaches that most people are not aware of. A high level of humidity in an indoor environment like your home is not practically good and this will attract the formation of toxic molds that causes health hazards particularly allergies. Not only that, condensation might buildup on windows and walls of your house that will damage the paints and will cause for the wallpapers to peel in no time. Because of this, if you don

Water Conservation Tips

April 30th, 2011

Water conservation is very important nowadays, not only to help the government in conserving water for future use but also to reduce the monthly water bills.

  • When you purchase new dish washers and clothes washer, choose products with water-saving features. Wash only in full loads.
  • In the shower room, only use low-flow showerhead.
  • Check your water bills and compare it from your previous consumption. If you have noticed that there is an unusual increase on your present bill and you don

Fire Damage Safety Measures

April 28th, 2011

After a fire ravaged your house, you should not panic or jump immediately in entering the premises since the smoke is still prevalent, you might be suffocated if you forced to do so. There might be hot surfaces that can burn your skin when contact, so let the smoke totally diminish and wait for the fire marshals to check first the house before you take action. The reason for this is to prevent unwanted incidents and there might be falling debris coming from the walls and ceilings.

To be sure if it is already safe to enter the house, ask the fire authorities about the condition of the house base on their assessment. There are times that although the fire is already over, you don

Important Tips during Water Damage

April 26th, 2011

Water damage is truly devastating on the lives of many and this might be a result from water leakage due to leaking pipes or a natural disaster like flooding after a storm. It is an initial reaction that after this distressing situation is to look for the valuable things that are still salvageable and worth to recover. But before you do the searching inside the house, first you must cut-off the main power supply to avoid electrical accidents. Once the source of electricity is disconnected, it is now safe to check the electronic equipment like television, musical components, computers, electric fans, and other electrical appliances.

For the wet carpets and furniture, to prevent the molds from growing they should be taken outside the house and do some dry cleaning. However, if the job seems to be difficult and you need an expert advice, you should contact a company that specializes in water removal to get an assessment. For more information please visit www.waterdamagerus.com

Tips in Cleaning the Carpets Effectively

April 24th, 2011

Maintaining the cleanliness of the carpets either in your home or office is a top priority you should always consider since filthy carpets can attract molds to upsurge and it give off unpleasant odor in the air. However, cleaning the carpets is extremely an intense task and it involves serious effort, especially on how to save your valuable money for this intention. So, when buying the cleaning solutions for your carpets, choose the cleaning products with mild ingredients that will not harm their colors. In neutralizing molds, natural solutions like lemon juice added with salt solution can be applied, as well as using hydrogen peroxide mixed with water is a sure way to kill molds and mildews effectively without harming the color of the carpet.

If your budget permits, there are available cleaning machines which are intended for cleaning carpet and this will help to make the work faster and simple, or hire an expert carpet cleaner to finish the job. For more information please visit www.waterdamagerus.com

Mold Removal Reminders

April 22nd, 2011

Cleaning the house to eliminate molds or mildews is not easy to work with and without proper knowhow on the right procedures the task can be dangerous and risky to health. Please be reminded that molds are toxic and causes allergies to the skin, therefore always apply protection to your skin and use a facemask so you can

Make your Home Safe from Molds

April 20th, 2011

If there are signs of mold manifestation inside the house, this may cause health hazards and mostly the children are vulnerable to the diseases carried by the airborne mold spores. Studies show that some types of molds are toxic on its nature and expel harmful mycotoxins in the air. Excessive exposure to mycotoxins causes neurological disorders and sometimes may lead to death on its victim. Don

What to Do to Prevent Water Damage?

March 22nd, 2011

If you