Disaster Restoration A disaster can strike your home or business any time of day, whether you’re ready for it or not. The results can be devastating—harmful toxins can start growing, your dry wall may be significantly damaged, or you may have debris everywhere. But there are ways to maintain the situation to keep health hazards(…)
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Homeowners all along the East Coast were left with wet, soggy basements in Hurricane Irene’s aftermath. In Maryland, winds up to 65 mph brought down trees and power lines. With power shut off to many homes, sump pumps couldn’t operate and rain water flooded into basements.
Smoke Damage Repair & Cleanup Services in Maryland, DC & Northern Virginia After a fire is extinguished, the damage it causes to your home is not over. The smoke deposits left on your walls, floors, air ducts, and belongings can continue to cause damage until they are removed. The first 24 hours after a fire(…)
Common Types of Mold in Homes, Offices, and Schools Fungi: includes mildew, mold, mushrooms, rust and smut, are any of the major group of saprophytic and parasitic lower plants that lack chlorophyll and release disease causing toxins. The toxins released by this microbiological contaminant including Sperigmatocystin and Alfatorin B1 from Aspergillus which are carcinogenic. Fungus(…)
Tips for Mold Control The best way to control mold growth inside your home is to reduce moisture. When water leaks or spills occur indoors – ACT QUICKLY. If wet or damp materials or areas are dried 24-48 hours after a leak or spill happens, in most cases mold will not grow. Clean and repair(…)
Severe Residential Mold Damage Rockville, MD Tri State performed extensive Mold Remediation services in the basement of this Rockville, MD location property. A pipe burst was left undetected for several days which resulted in damage to porous material. Tri State’s team went into action to remove the wet and moldy material, dry out the basement(…)