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Mold Remediation San Diego
Mold is to construction material what cancer is to the human body. And, like a cancer, mold can grow for a long time before being detected. Left unchecked, mold can cause significant property damage and severe damage to the building structure. For building occupants, mold contamination can cause headaches, drowsiness, muscle aches, upper respiratory problems, nose bleeds, or even coughing up blood, which can result in transmitting further illness to people occupying the infected area.
Mold may not be visible because the mold contamination may stay stay hidden within walls, under the floor, in heating and air conditioning vents or above the ceiling. Indoor mold growth presents a number of health risks to the people and animals dwelling in moldy structures. Indoor mold growth can negatively impact indoor air quality, resulting in a multitude of illnesses and health problems. For example, mold is one of the leading causes of asthma, ear-nose-&-throat infections, respiratory ailments, lung infections and hypersensitivity pneumonitis.
If you smell unexplained musty odors, or feel ill indoors but fine when you leave, you may have a mold problem. Call Global Carpet immediately at (619) 366-6218. We are here to help. We'll test your indoor air quality, remove all mold using our top-of-the-line filtration units and vacuum systems, properly dispose of it and treat all contaminated areas with biocides. We'll make sure all areas are dry and clean to eliminate the possibility of new mold growth.
Even if your home or office hasn't had any situations with water intrusion and is not showing signs of mold, having a mold inspection performed on your property every 12 to 24 months can protect your investment from extensive, preventable damage and protect the health and safety of building occupants, including family and loved ones. Call Global Carpet at (619) 366-6218 . We'll be happy to perform regular mold inspections, so you don't have to worry about mold problems cropping up.