Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 06, 2013
Mold shut down Alachua County Fire Rescue station on October 07, 2013. But according to a report from alligator.org, it was already back to full operation. In connection with this, Florida mold inspection company AGC Environmental warned the residents of the same problem in their houses. And to help them ensure their family's health, it advised the implementation of indoor air quality testing in residence.
Based on the report, dated October 14, 2013, Alachua's fire station reopened on October 11 after the mold clean-up, shared My Cleaning Products.
However, it was said in the post that a bit of construction was still ongoing in the bunk room of the building, MCP related. Despite that, it added that Mark Sexton, the Alachua County communications coordinator, assured that they were completely back to service.
Here is a part of the report from alligator.org.
“The Alachua County Fire Rescue reopened Fire Station 19 on Friday after remedying a mold issue.
The building was closed temporarily on Oct. 7 to “remediate mold that was discovered in the station,” according to a Gainesville Fire Rescue news release.
Mark Sexton, the Alachua County communications coordinator, confirmed that the station at 1800 SW 43rd St. is now “fully operational.”
While it's a good thing that Alachua County Fire Rescue station is now free from mold, it's just one of the structures the fungus could have contaminated, AGC Environmental said. Given the fact just a little moisture could already trigger mold growth, the Florida mold inspection company stated that it's highly likely many other buildings and houses also got the same problem.
Although the spores may not be visible, it warned house and other property owners that it could still be present. Particularly, it cited that it could be hiding behind the walls or in the basement.
Because of the danger to health the fungus presents, AGC Environmental asserted that action must be immediately taken. It specifically said that indoor air quality testing must be implemented to residences and buildings with any sign of mold presence.
However, for mold inspection and testing that could be trusted, it only recommended its services to all Florida residents. It said that it could surely deliver a timely, reliable and high-quality work.
More than just determining the spore counts and identifying the sources of the problem, AGC Environmental said that its Florida mold inspectors offer solutions to it as well. Additionally, it detailed that they also provide consultation to any mold-caused health issues and report data or documentation needed for insurance or buying a new home.
With those additional services, the company said that mold inspection, testing and even treatment are truly made easier for every Florida resident.
To know more about AGC Environmental, readers could visit its website at agcenvironmental.com.
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