Our Commercial Mold Remediation Process
Mold within a commercial building presents problems that can affect employee health and productivity. Employees suffering from asthma or other respiratory ailments due to poor indoor air quality incur more sick time than healthy employees. If “sick building syndrome” is affecting your workplace, call the mold experts at Enviro Clean.
In addition to conventional mold remediation techniques, our mold experts are trained in the use of baking soda blasting and dry ice blasting.
Reliable For Emergency Situations
"It’s comforting to know that when a client has an emergency, and our office is closed, we can count on Enviro Clean to take care of their problem immediately. Your people are real professionals - they know what they’re doing, and they get the job done."Bill Hunt, President, Shove Insurance, Inc.
Commercial Mold - Common Questions
I think I have a mold problem. What should I do?
If you see mold in your home or workplace, call a Mold Remediation Specialist (like us, for example!) to evaluate the extent of the problem and to offer a course of action. If you are experiencing a musty odor accompanied by dampness in your basement, you may have mold. To be sure, call a Mold Remediation Specialist, a Certified Industrial Hygienist or an Indoor Air Quality Consultant to perform air tests for mold. Remember, if you have had a flooding situation which has not be properly or thoroughly dried, you can expect a mold problem within 48 hours of the event.
Work Is Making Me Sick
If you believe you are ill because of exposure to mold in the building where you work, you should first consult your health care provider to determine the appropriate action to take to protect your health. Notify your employer and, if applicable, your union representative about your concern so that your employer can take action to clean up and prevent mold growth. To find out more about mold, remediation of mold, or workplace safety and health guidelines and regulations, you may also want to contact your local (city, county, or state) health department.
I’m Concerned My Child’s School Has Mold
If you believe your children are ill because of exposure to mold in their school, first consult their health care provider to determine the appropriate medical action to take. Contact the school’s administration to express your concern and to ask that they remove the mold and prevent future mold growth. If needed, you could also contact the local school board. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is not a regulatory agency and does not have enforcement authority in local matters. Your local health department may also have information on mold, and you may want to get in touch with your state Indoor Air Quality office.
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