Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Several mold problems were recently reported due to the harsh winter weather. And according to a report from firehouse.com dated February 10, 2014, one firehouse in Tennessee was among those structures badly affected by the fungus. Wanting to help the public avoid the worst of the mold's effects, Florida mold inspection company, AGC Environmental, suggested a method to an early remediation.
Based on the report, there were two fire houses in the state that were seeking repairs due to damages brought by the weather. As it detailed, they were the Fire Station No.1 and the Fire Station No.3, located at 440 Beechcroft Road and 4000 Campbell Station Parkway, respectively.
However, the report related that it was particularly the Fire Station No.3 that got a mold problem. It shared that the spores damaged its drywall, ceiling and other areas. Meanwhile, Fire House No.1, it relayed, was totaled by the bursting of a pipe.
Below is an excerpt from the said report.
“Acting Fire Chief Brian Garza said the winter weather has brought unique problems to his department."
"It's been interesting for some time around here, especially at Station No. 3," he said. "We had a company come in and take out mold, which meant we had to leave the station.”
The damages of mold in health and structures could bring in huge expenses, said AGC Environmental. However, it stated that those expenses could be kept at a minimum if fungus is discovered early on.
Because of that, the company advised the public to be watchful of mold signs and be always ready to implement a mold inspection. That way, it said, the spores could be blocked promptly from causing more problems.
But when it comes to Florida mold inspection, Florida air quality testing and Florida mold removal, AGC Environmental asserted that it's the one that could best provide them. As it cited, that's because its consultants and exterminators are certified professionals who follow the federal guidelines.
Moreover, the company stated that they offer sound advises and hard data about the problem. That documentation, it said, is of great use in insurance claims, court hearings and even in purchase of new houses.
To learn more about AGC Environmental and its environmental service, it said that the readers could check out its website agcenvironmental.com.