Flood water is sewage water! This water contains microorganisms, bacteria, and chemicals that is a health hazard. Materials that are affected by flood water must be removed within 2 days. After 2 days a moist home causes mold growth. Mold adversely affects the air, and materials in the home and should be removed quickly. During cleanup extra precaution is necessary. Additional substances can be released in the air. These include: Lead, Carbon Monoxide, Asbestos, and Cleaning products which is dangerous.
IAQ ENVIRONMENTAL consults with Hurricane cleanup process. We provide a plan for recovery and test the air before and after cleanup. Let us guide you to prevent costly mistakes.
- Remove Standing Water
- Save Unreplaceable Items
- Dry Out Home
- Remove Wet Materials
- Use a Disinfectant for saveable non porous materials.
INDOOR AIR QUALITY EFFECTS
The HVAC or air conditioning system in the home should be serviced, and the air ducts cleaned. Mold can grow flourish in air ducts, and coils. Breathing mold growth is hazardous to health.
- Inspect Air Ducts for Mold
- Disinfect Air Ducts
- Severe Cases Remove and Replace Air Ducts
- Service Air Condition Coils
- Clean Drain Pan, and Drain Pipes