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Understanding Microbial Growth

1/10/2019 (Permalink)

Possible Microbial Growth from a Water Damaged Home

Cracks, broken spouting, doorways, and windows can all lead to the accumulation of moisture in a condensed area. If you notice that there is an accumulation of moisture around your windows or doorways, on your walls, or around your home, it’s important to find the source immediately. That moisture can lead to the creation of microbial and/or fungal growth in the condensed areas, but thankfully SERVPRO® of Hancock County has trained experts to handle this for you.

The heroes at SERVPRO® are highly trained professionals who are experts in microbial remediation and removal. The Mold Remediation Process includes:

  • Assessment of the damages
  • Air filtration
  • Removal of microbial growth
  • Cleaning on affected contents
  • Restoration

You can view more information on microbial growth in and/or around the home per the EPA here.

Our crews are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at 419-299-3774.  You can also email our Production Manager, Chase Perkins at cperkins@SERVPROhancockcounty.com with your microbial growth questions.  We offer inspections for our clients. Call us today to set up an inspection.  Check out our other blogs for more information on microbial growth and your home.

We're here to help through out the entire process. 

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