Why Mold Remediation Must Follow Flood Restoration

Why San Diego Mold Remediation Must Follow Flood

Restoration for Better Health

Water in your home can come from many sources. Water can enter your home by a major
flood, whether indoor or from outside. Other ways that water and humidity builds up
on a home are from showers or even cooking. Both of these everyday activities can add
moisture to the air in your home.

The amount of moisture that the air in your home can hold depends on the temperature of
the air. As the temperature goes down, the air is able to hold less moisture. This is why,
in cold weather, moisture condenses on cold surfaces (for example, drops of water form
on the inside of a window). This moisture can encourage mold and mildew to grow.

If you suspect that you are living or working in a building where molds are present
you should take immediate actions to confirm their existence and identify the kinds of
mold that are generating your symptoms. Scientific analysis is showing more in depth
information about the different types of mold, and the activities that can be taken to rid
the home or office of these very risky harmful toxins.

Some of the analysis has confirmed that mold is responsible for around 40 percent of the
circumstances of bronchial asthma. Other analysis focused on the affect of mold in public
institutions on student and teacher performance. In colleges that have been infested by
mold, the students and teachers work was below average. Also more circumstances of
respiration attacks and other illnesses were revealed.

Reduced work performance has been directly linked to decreased student efficiency. If
your child is suffering any of the signs of mold infections, you should contact your child’s
school and request a test be performed in their class room. The presence of mold can be
especially risky to bronchial asthma patients.

Doctors have recently confirmed that individuals who suffer from bronchial asthma have
a hyper-defense process that functions when it is exposed to substances like mold or other
toxins. Asthma patients are consequently at a very dangerous place if they are revealed to
mold.

After a flood or long term exposure to a highly humid condition, the indoor air quality
in your home or office may appear to be the least of your problems. However, failure
to remove contaminated materials and to reduce moisture and humidity can present
serious long-term health risks. Standing water and wet materials are a breeding ground
for microorganisms, such as viruses, bacteria, and mold. They can cause disease, trigger
allergic reactions, and continue to damage materials long after the flood.

If you have experienced a recent indoor flood, even a small one, then you need to
call a San Diego flood restoration company immediately to perform San Diego mold
remediation service. If you wait to long, by the time you see mold growing, your
health may already be compromised. Take action quickly in flood restoration and
mold remediation matters.

 

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San Diego mold remediation, San Diego flood restoration