Circumstances that call for commercial mold remediation affect many aspects of a business. The establishment may be faced with shutting down and temporarily (or permanently) relocating. Employees may lose their livelihood and customers drift away to competitors. Company premises contaminated by mold immediately become a threat to bottom-line profitability, too.
Employees on the job and customers who visit your premises deserve a healthy indoor environment. Local commercial building codes usually require it. Getting back to business as usual ASAP depends on accessing the most advanced and competent services to eliminate mold. Here's why commercial remediation by the experts at Rytech should be a priority if you suspect mold contamination in your facility.
- It's a science — not a sideline. Mold removal should not be left to non-professionals. The techniques of detection and treatment require a high level of expertise, special equipment, and refined proven procedures. General contractors, carpet cleaning outfits and other all-purpose service providers aren't trained or equipped to do the job to meet prevailing standards.
- Trained and certified personnel. The Rytech team that responds to your facility includes technicians who've met mold remediation training and certification standards of the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification). This organization conducts research and publishes the official standards that serve as guidelines for professional mold remediation. IICRC certification means the people who get the job done arrive fully qualified to handle all aspects, from mold detection to remediation procedures to follow-up testing after the project.
- We're equipped for it. Successfully detecting unseen mold in all parts of a structure requires specialized technology to locate it, air sampling for spores, and lab testing to confirm suspected mold, as well as the use of EPA-approved fungicides formulated to eliminate specific mold types. In addition, technicians are trained to recognize ongoing conditions inside the building such as water damage and moisture problems that are common triggers of toxic mold growth. The presence of excessive moisture from water damage or other sources, inadequate ventilation, and other issues all contribute to the contamination of the indoor environment.
For commercial mold remediation services, contact the industry professionals at Rytech Restoration.
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