Mold in Florida Condominium Complex Upset Residents; AGC Environmental Suggests Early Florida Air Quality Testing to Avoid Its Worst Effects

Recurring mold, plus other problems, in an Orange County condominium complex upset the residents, said a report. In order to help anyone dealing with the same problem prevent its worst effects, AGC Environmental advised an early Florida air quality testing.

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...of all the Florida air quality testing services, the company[AGC Environmental] asserted that its own is the best...that's because the process that it offers follows the federal guidelines and is implemented by certified mold exterminators.

Orange County, FL (PRWEB) March 05, 2014

Residents of a condominium complex in Orange County complained of mold presence in the building. News website wftv.com shared the details of it on its post dated March 04, 2014. Meanwhile, wanting to help anyone dealing with the same problem, AGC Environmental advised the implementation of an early Florida air quality testing in order to avoid the worst things that it could bring.

According to the report, the mold is a recurring problem in the complex. It said that based on the statement of a resident, it was sighted in the cracks of the ceiling, along with exposed wiring.

However, instead of solving the problem permanently, it was said in the news post that the management chose to take a quick fix. As it detailed, they just bleached the affected surface and painted over it. And given the risks the fungus presents, it relayed that the response frustrated the residents.

Besides the mold and exposed wiring, the report added that the tenants also complained of sky-rocketing electric bills. And as it added, the Orlando Utilities Commission and the management pointed to each as to who was to blame, making things worse for the residents.

Here is an excerpt from the said report.

“An Orange County family says it's being forced to live with recurring mold and exposed wiring in their condo.

Channel 9's Myrt Price learned that a dispute between Orlando Utilities Commission, and condo management is leaving residents in limbo.”

Indeed, mold brings with its presence numerous health risks. And because of that, AGC Environmental said immediate mold removal is needed in the reported condominium complex and any other place it affected.

However, the company pointed out that prompt mold treatment couldn't be implemented anywhere if the fungus isn't detected yet. Given that, it advised everyone to have an early Florida air quality testing or Florida mold inspection done.

With the process, AGC Environmental said that one could prevent the spores from further spreading. In return, that prevents the worst effects of the fungus's presence, be it on health or finances, it stated.

Nonetheless, of all the Florida air quality testing services, the company asserted that its own is the best. And as it cited, that's because the process that it offers follows the federal guidelines and is implemented by certified mold exterminators. Moreover, it said that its consultants provide sound advise and detailed reports. The reports, it elaborated, could be used in purchase of new houses and even in court purposes as insurance claims.

For more information about the company and its environmental services, readers could go to its website at agcenvironmental.com.


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