Mold Gets Ridgeway Rescue Squad Spending Thousands; Florida Mold Removal Company AGC Environmental Suggests a Tip on How Others Could Avoid Same Huge Expense

The presence of mold in Ridgeway Rescue Squad was expected to cost the county some $250,000, said a report. In response to it, Florida mold removal company AGC Environmental shared a tip on how to avoid such a costly problem.

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...for quality Florida mold testing and removal, AGC Environmental said that its services are the best. It explained that's because its inspectors are certified.

Richmond, VA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014

A mold infestation plagued the Ridgeway Rescue Squad building. And in connection with it, a Florida mold inspection company suggested a way how other mold victims could prevent the huge expense that usually comes with the spores' presence.

According to a report from martinsvillebulletin.com dated January 02, 2013, the fungus had already spread over the building's sheet rock, floor, ceiling tiles and other parts when it was found out, shared AGC Environmental. And that, it detailed, happened back in March during a kitchen renovation project.

In the report, it was said that drainage issues were the sources of the mold problem, relayed the company. But though those were already fixed, it related that mold removal and remodeling were still needed in the building. And those could cost the county some $250,000, it added.

Below is a part of the said report.

“Steady progress is being made to resolve a mold problem at the Ridgeway Rescue Squad building,” according to squad President Darren Lockridge.

“According to previous Bulletin reports, the mold problem was discovered at the squad building in March during a kitchen renovation project. By then, Sheetrock, floor and ceiling tiles, and other parts of the building had been affected.”

Mold presence equates to huge expense. It could bring in health and structural problems which all brings in spending.

However, AGC Environmental said that all those things could be prevented if mold is removed early. But then again, that couldn't be done if you don't know if you really have the fungus or not. And so, the company advised the public to have their houses inspected and tested if the fungus' presence is being suspected.

Nonetheless, for quality Florida indoor air testing and mold removal, AGC Environmental said that its services are the best. It explained that's because its inspectors are certified. Moreover, it stated that they provide data that could be used for court purposes, insurance claims and house purchase.

To learn more about AGC Environmental and its services as mold removal, mold testing and asbestos removal, readers could check its website at http://www.agcenvironmental.com.


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