'The combination of the warmer weather and all the rain we’ve been having really sets it off. You need to nip it in the bud and get rid of it before it spreads too much.'
Atlanta, Ga (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
StructureMEDIC, an Atlanta fire, mold, and water damage restoration team, has experienced a significant increase in business, due to the arrival of spring and allergy season. The water damage restoration team has received an increase in requests for air duct cleaning, which is helpful in preventing allergy symptoms caused by pollen, dust and mold.
“The mold really comes out around this time,” said Stephen Elliott, owner of structureMEDIC, when reached for comment Tuesday. “The combination of the warmer weather and all the rain we’ve been having really sets it off. You need to nip it in the bud and get rid of it before it spreads too much.”
Elliot said that air duct cleaning is an important step for preventing strong allergy reactions. “Your home should be your sanctuary from allergies,” he said. “But if your air ducts are full of dust, pollen or even mold spores, you aren’t doing yourself or your family any favors. It all blows right into the air that you breathe. Just think about what your air ducts are shooting into your house.”
Keeping your air ducts clean can also prevent end of summer and fall allergies. “Think about the first time you turn your heater on. That burning smell is all of that pollen, dust and mold that is built up burning.”
StructureMEDIC is one of the most experienced water damage restoration teams in the state of Georgia. The dedicated crew is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provides the following services: water damage cleanup, fire damage restoration, smoke and soot cleanup, de-humidification, mold removal, claims inventory service, sewage backup repair, HVAC/air duct cleaning, deodorization, and bio hazard cleaning. If recent weather has caused water, mold, smoke, or fire damage to your home or business, call structureMEDIC’s team at 404-934-5967 or toll free at 1-800-764-4613. You can also visit them at http://www.structuremedic.com for additional information.