Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
QCI Mold and Water Damage, Tampa Bay's source for mold removal services, has just announced that it will recommend use of Fiberlock's HydroBoost on all commercial and residential mold remediations. QCI has been using Fiberlock's Advanced Peroxide Cleaner (APC) with great results on moderately-soiled building materials in order to salvage materials. Fiberlock's newly-released HydroBoost is an additive that amplifies the action of APC, without material degradation. QCI now offers this new product to its clients - commercial property managers, hospitality managers, medical facility directors, and homeowners - to save money and expedite successful mold remediations and flood damage restorations. HydroBoost is QCI's latest addition to their arsenal of eco-friendly techniques, such as the hydroxyl generator and EPA-approved antimicrobial sprays. QCI responds to the growing trend toward sustainable products and technologies for chemical-free treatment of mold, sewage backups and odors caused by fungi and bacteria.
Fiberlock designed its patented formulas for APC and HydroBoost to enhance the chemical characteristics of medical-grade hydrogen peroxide. These formulas penetrate deeply into substrate materials and lift debris, bacteria, and mold, enabling the residue to be easily wiped away. The formula also lightens stains and brightens materials. After HydroBoost's recent release, QCI quickly moved to test the product and has enjoyed positive results.
QCI has used HydroBoost on several projects, in conjunction with other industry-standard water damage restoration and mold remediation techniques. QCI uses HydroBoost and APC because the products are environmentally sound, save labor, and ultimately save the disaster restoration customer money. The products do not leave a chemical residue, are biodegradable, and break down into water and oxygen. The hydrogen peroxide based formula pulls bacteria, dirt, debris, mold, and fungi out of building materials, saving QCI labor since there is less need for wire brushing, scraping, and sanding to dislodge stubborn residues. With APC and HydroBoost, QCI can salvage many moderately-damaged building materials and contents that would otherwise have to be destroyed. When QCI saves building materials, QCI's customers save on tear-out, disposal, and rebuild fees.
QCI has successfully tested APC in the medical, commercial, office, and residential settings and can vouch for its effective use in lifting organics from materials, such as mold growth, dirt, bacteria, and blood. On a recent project for a homeowners' association, QCI recently removed mold and algae stains from an outside fence in order to extend the aesthetic life of the fence. The foam treatment was gentle on the surface. The paint on the fence was left intact and the end result witnessed no corrosive damage to the fence. In the residential setting, QCI has been able to salvage mold-infested cabinets and building materials during mold remediations and water damage projects since APC is able to penetrate porous materials and lift the mold, bacteria, and debris to the surface to be wiped away.
About QCI Mold & Water Damage. QCI serves both commercial and residential markets in Tampa Bay, Clearwater, and surrounding counties. Fiberlock Technologies, Inc. is based out of Andover, Massachusetts. Steve Delgado, QCI's owner, has over 25 years of experience in the water damage restoration and indoor air quality industries. For more information about how QCI Mold & Water Damage can use HydroBoost to remove mold, bacteria, debris, fungi, and algae from your environment, call 727-686-7373.
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