COMMERCIAL MOLD REMOVAL: THE PROCESS.
Procedures in commercial mold removal differ from those used in residential homes. Using discretion during the remediation process is extremely important in occupied commercial settings, as building occupants may become alarmed, and even develop mold related “symptoms” that never existed before they were aware of the mold presence. AdvantaClean is a certified commercial mold removal company with experienced technicians who understand the need for professionalism when performing commercial mold removal tasks.
Commercial mold removal projects can also be more complex. In a commercial environment, we may be required to work in and around complicated HVAC and air purification systems, clean rooms, high-power data rooms or intricately designed medical equipment. We have done it all. With our broad customer and project base, AdvantaClean’s commercial mold removal technicians have knowledge and experience working in a multitude of specialized environments.
We are experts at limiting downtime and business interruption, allowing you to continue business and minimize any potential loss of revenue during the commercial mold removal process.
MOLD SYMPTOMS AND MOLD ALLERGIES.
While mold is naturally occurring in the environment, yet it can be an allergen and irritant, creating mold symptoms that are likely to pose health problems for certain individuals. Some people are particularly sensitive to mold and exposure can cause mold symptoms or mold allergies. Mold symptoms include eye irritation and itchiness, sneezing, coughing and other respiratory issues. Extended exposure to mold can worsen the symptoms of asthma and mold allergies for those at risk. People with serious mold allergies may have more severe mold symptoms which can include fever and shortness of breath or even mold infections in their lungs.
In 2004, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) found there was sufficient evidence to link indoor exposure to mold with mold symptoms such as upper respiratory tract symptoms, coughing and wheezing in otherwise healthy people. Recent studies also suggest a potential link of early mold exposure to development of mold symptoms such as mold allergies and asthma in children, particularly among those who may be genetically susceptible to asthma development. There are varying definitions for blizzards, both over time and by location.