...just getting the inspection and testing done isn't enough in a mold removal. While it is essential to clear the spores, it cited that it could not prevent the huge expense unless implemented early.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 25, 2013
Mold recently cost Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools a huge amount of money for its remediation treatment. And in response to it, Florida mold inspection company AGC Environmental gave out a mold removal tip how one could prevent spending too big to clear the fungus' presence.
In a report from wbtv.com dated November 22, 2013, it was determined that the school district particularly spent $194,175 for the mold removal process. And that, it stated, prompted CMS to make changes in its mold removal policy.
The report said that the amount spent covered the remediation process from July 1st to October 31st, shared AGC. It detailed that it was specifically used for the mold removal in 40 schools and 1 administrative building under the district's management.
Here's an excerpt from that report:
“Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) district spent $194,175 on mold cleanup from July 1st to October 31st.
It had to get rid of mold in 40 schools and 1 Administrative building. The district was not prepared for the surge in mold cases. CMS blames the wet summer for the increase.”
According to Florida mold inspection company, AGC Environmental, mold is a very common problem in houses and establishments. Regardless, it stated that it isn't something to be neglected as it could risk people's health.
Exposure to mold spores, the company cited, could cause irritations of the eyes, nose and throat, coughing and difficulty in breathing. To those people with weak immune systems and respiratory illnesses, it could cause worse, it stated.
Given all that, it stressed that it is essential to kill mold. However, it pointed out that the spores couldn't be cleared if not found first. And so, it recommended Florida mold inspection and Florida air quality testing to the residents of the sunshine state to detect the fungus. The rest of the public should implement it as well, it said.
However, AGC Environment stated that just getting the inspection and testing done isn't enough in a mold removal. While it is essential to clear the spores, it cited that it could not prevent the huge expense unless implemented early. And so as soon as a mold sign is noticed, it advised the public to get both processes done quickly.
Nonetheless, for a truly reliable service, it asserted that its own is the best. With certified mold experts, it offered that it could deliver a truly high-quality Florida mold inspection and Florida air quality testing.
Moreover, AGC stated that they could provide a documentation of the processes taken and their results. That, it said, could be used by people in court proceedings for insurance purposes and even when making a house purchase.
To learn more about AGC Environmental, its mold removal and other cleaning services, readers could visit its website at http://www.agcenvironmental.com.