With water damage comes the risk of mold, but your property in Charlotte NC and surrounding areas does not have to have been flooded in order to be infested. Drying can only do so much to prevent the spread of mold, and the dehumidification process won’t be of service in this area. Mold has to be removed by experts and remediated as soon as possible. Everyone knows how bad for your health mold is—it can cause a vast array of horrible diseases and illnesses, just from inhalation. Your property deserves to be in a livable condition, and you deserve to let someone else professionally rid your estate from its mold problems. Only a team of highly trained and experienced individuals can safely and securely rid your establishment of the mold, which should be eliminated immediately upon discovery.
RPI is certified in mold remediation services by the IICRC in Charlotte NC. Mold is comprised of microscopic organisms the can be inside or outside. Mold spores are unfortunately often unseen by the naked eye and can spread to carpet, furniture, clothing, drywall, and almost everything else in your home. The millions of spores they release are airborne and can harm the human respiratory system.
Over exposure to mold can lead to allergic reactions and other health problems. If you see any discoloration in your home or business, this may be a sign of mold growth, and you should call the mold abatement professionals at RPI to remediate it immediately.
In order for mold to grow, it often means there is also some form of water damage that it is feeding off of. Luckily here at RPI we are also experts at water damage restoration and water removal.
We provide premium water extraction and removal services in the Charlotte NC area using our state of the art water vacuums and professional water damage restoration team.
Based on the type of water damage you are experiencing the price for extraction will vary. There are three major types of water that you may be experiencing:
1. Clean water: This is the type of water that flows though our facets and generally considered to be free of major contaminates, although they can cause major damages to your properly if left untreated.
2. Grey Water: This is a little harder to deal with because it is more likely to contain chemical, biological, or physical contaminants that can be harmful to human health.
Black Water: This type of water is on par with sewage in how toxic and potentially harmful to your health. If you are experiencing black water due to a toilet overflow or anything else you should contact a water extraction and restoration professional as soon as possible to get the damage taken care of.
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