Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
Mold showed up in yet another school. Stating that it could do the same to any place and could cause problems to anyone else, Florida mold inspection company, AGC Environmental, then gave out a tip how other people could solve early a similar incident and avoid the many problems that go with it.
A report from myjournalcourier.com dated December 05, 2013 specified that the affected school was North Greene Elementary in Roodhouse in Illinois, AGC Environmental shared. The fungus, it detailed, was particularly spotted in a ceiling of a classroom.
It was said in the post that the mold issue was isolated and contained, the company relayed. However, the severity of it, it related, was still undetermined given that officials were still waiting for the mold testing results due in a couple of weeks.
Below is a part of the said report.
“North Greene school district officials say they are still awaiting test results to tell them the severity of a mold problem in one of the schools, but they believe any issue is isolated and contained.
The county health department did testing at North Greene Elementary in Roodhouse. The results will determine what remedy is needed, Superintendent Les Stevens said.”
According to Florida mold inspection company, AGC Environmental, it is essential to get rid of mold early. Given the various health risks that come with its presence, the prompt elimination, it said, could save people from a lot of problems.
And so, the company advised to always be wary of mold signs. As soon as any of them is seen, it stressed that a mold testing must then be implemented to know if a remediation is needed.
In the area of Florida though, it asserted that residents would want to take its services than that of others as they are the best. It reasoned that's because its Florida indoor air quality testing and services deliver reliable results. In addition to that, it said that it provides documentations that could be used in insurance claims and purchase of houses.
For more information about AGC Environmental's Florida mold inspection and other services, readers could visit its website at http://www.agcenvironmental.com.