Hallandale, FL (PRWEB) November 9, 2005
SFCS Environmental, Inc., a Fort Lauderdale Florida based mold remediation contractor, demonstrated the patented ThermaPureHeat™ process last week at an Elementary School in Hallandale Beach, Florida. The process is used to dry-out water damaged buildings and safely kill any mold, bacteria or other viral hazards that can form in the wet conditions of numerous hurricane damaged buildings and portable classrooms. The process does not use harmful chemicals and biocides. ThermaPureHeat™ utilizes clean, dry, odorless heat to disinfect buildings in much the same way heat is used to pasteurize milk and to kill bacteria in wine.
The process won the Best New Product by the Society of Professional Engineers. Over 20,000 projects have already been successfully completed with this process, including projects for the Ojai Unified School District, San Marcos Unified School District, Oxnard Unified School District and numerous other School Districts throughout California.
In addition to mold and structure dying, the process has been successfully used for remediation of Bedbugs, Anthrax, insects, Smallpox, Hantavirus and numerous other bacterial contaminates.
Jerry Gillman, president of SFCS thinks the process can save millions of dollars for Insurance companies and School Districts by drying out and disinfecting the wet buildings with heat, killing any mold or other forms of bacteria, insects and odors in the process. "Parents can be sure that students will return to a safe environment in buildings treated with the ThermaPureHeat process". The alternative is destructive demolition, use of chemical agents such as biocides and the replacement of interior finishes which may take months and displace building occupants in the process. The ThermaPureHeat™ process can be completed in a day for a fraction of the cost of traditional remediation for most structures. With the ThermaPureHeat™ process, students can return to classrooms the next day. It’s just heat! The process is fast, safe and an effective tool in the fight against mold and other bacterial contaminants and health issues associated with wet buildings.
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