Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
Mold was discovered in one elementary school in Polk County in Florida. And according to a report from wftv.com, it forced the shutting down of a number of classrooms. Since anyone could be the next victim of its spores, AGC Environmental then advised the public to have an early Florida indoor air quality testing done in their houses and establishments to avoid the worst of their effects.
Based on the report dated January 08, 2014, the school affected was particularly the Loughman Oaks Elementary School, AGC Environmental shared. It detailed that its problem with the fungus started back in April, then, it was cleared and returned in October.
The spread of the spores, said in the report, forced the closure of the school's eight kindergarten classrooms and a number of furniture. And so, it related that classes in the rooms were temporarily transferred. However, with the treatment already taking place, it relayed that things were expected to get back to normal by January 14.
Here is an excerpt from the said report.
“Crews are expected to put significant time into cleaning Loughman Oaks Elementary School after numerous classrooms were found to have mold growing inside them.
In all eight kindergarten classrooms at Loughman were evacuated due to multiplying mold spores.”
With mold growth comes various health and structural problems. Given that, AGC Environmental advised the public to be proactive with mold. Once signs of its presence show up, one must act quick, it said.
Particularly, the company stated that an indoor air quality test and mold inspection must be promptly implemented to confirm the fungus' presence. However, for a Florida indoor air quality testing, AGC Environmental asserted that its service is the best.
The company stated that its mold inspection and removal services are the ones the public must pick because they are cost-effective. Besides that, it said that its processes are implemented by certified inspectors, hence, they are surely well-executed.
In addition, AGC Environmental stated that its experts offer insight and hard data about a mold problem. It cited that it could be of great help in a mold case for insurance claims and purchase of new houses.
For more information about the AGC Environmental's Florida indoor quality testing and other services, readers could visit its website at http://www.agcenvironmental.com.
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