AGC Environmental Advises Florida Air Quality Testing Soon After Forecasted Coastal Flooding

Flooding and strong winds were expected to hit South Florida, a report said. Florida air quality testing company AGC Environmental advised the residents to have their homes inspected for spore counts soon after the water recedes to avoid contamination of mold.

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...its [AGC Environmental] inspectors and consultants also identifies the sources of problems and the ways to fix them...they offer documentation and certification for insurance and purchase of new home as well.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 08, 2013

Floods and gusty winds were expected in South Florida following the reports of the large and strong area of high pressure in Eastern US. The forecast was related by miamiherald.com on its post dated November 04, 2013. In connection with it, Florida air quality testing company, AGC Environmental, advised the affected residents to have their houses and establishments mold inspected soon after the predicted coastal flooding.

It was said in the report that high-tide conditions were expected to last until Wednesday, AGC Environmetal related. And as it added, it was anticipated to cause street-flooding in flood-prone areas of Miami Beach, Miami Shores, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and other districts,

According to the report, the National Weather Service in Miami issued a flood advisory effective until Wednesday morning. Particularly, it detailed that the agency warned the residents of winds 40 mph and stronger and rise of water during mid-morning and mid-evening.

Below is a part of the news article from miamiherald.com.

“The quiet 2013 Atlantic hurricane season is nearing a close, but forecasters say gusty winds, coastal flooding and rip currents will make South Florida feel like a storm zone the early part of this week.

The National Weather Service in Miami issued a gale warning in effect through Tuesday afternoon, warning boaters in Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic to brace for winds 40 mph and stronger.”

Florida air quality testing company AGC Environmental stated that flooding is a common cause of mold growth in houses. And mold, it said, is associated with a lot of health problems.

Given that, the company said it is essential for flood victims to get their home inspected for mold and remediated, if needed. And because its spores could grow within 48 hours, it stated that must be done as soon as the water receded.

However, for a Florida air quality testing and Florida mold inspection that is truly reliable, the company said that its services are the ones to get. As it reasoned, that's because its inspectors are certified professionals.

Besides that, it detailed that its inspectors and consultants also identifies the sources of problems and the ways to fix them. It added that they offer documentation and certification for insurance and purchase of new home as well.

For more about AGC Environment and its Florida air quality testing, Florida asbestos testing, Florida mold inspection and other services, readers could go to its official website at http://www.agcenvironmental.com.