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Have you experienced water damage as a result of storm damage, a busted pipe, standing water, etc.? We are water damage restoration specialists. Mold infestations can most often be identified either by sight or smell. If you notice a leak or standing water, you’ll want to address the issue within 24-48 hours to lessen the likelihood of mold spores taking root.

If mold is already growing, the only way to deal with a mold infestation is removal and replacement, left untreated and it will just worsen over time.

During a flood or water damage cleanup, the indoor air quality of your home or office may be one of those “out of sight, out of mind” problems. However, failure to remove contaminated materials and reduce moisture and humidity can result in serious long-term health risks. Standing water and wet materials are a breeding ground for microorganisms, such as; viruses, bacteria, and mold. They can cause disease, trigger an allergic reaction, and continue to damage materials long after the flood has receded.

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This includes but is not limited to:
Cabinetry (warped or damaged wood)
Flooring (particularly carpets)
Roof and trusses

With an extensive knowledge of the insurance claim process we can help you from beginning to end throughout your restoration journey. Whether you want to repair the damage or completely start over brand new, we can help. Roofing and Construction Solutions (RACS) has over 30 years of experience as general contractors, there is no job too big or too small. We can get to work as early as tomorrow, we’re just a phone call away!

What is Mold?
Mold is a type of fungus that consists of small organisms found almost everywhere. They can be black, orange, green, white or even purple. Molds play an important role outdoors by breaking down dead leaves, plants, and trees. Molds thrive on moisture and reproduce by means of tiny, lightweight spores that travel through the air. You’re exposed to mold, in some shape or form, every day.
When mold is growing on a surface, spores can be released into the air and inhaled. If you're sensitive to mold and inhale a large number of spores, you could experience health problems. Examples of those who might be sensitive to mold are:
Infants and children
The elderly
People whose immune systems are compromised due to underlying health conditions
People with chronic lung disease
People with a mold allergy

Where Can Mold Grow?
The long and short of it is, mold can grow just about anywhere inside your home. After exposure to sitting water or excessive moisture, your walls, floors, appliances, carpet, and furniture can all provide the food mold needs to grow.

What Do I Do If I Have Mold?
It is always recommended that you hire a professional to, at the very least, inspect and test the contaminated area. RACS can provide you with the information you need for next steps in completing the cleanup. RACS contractors are experienced in cleaning up mold and contaminated water (sewage). RACS has references available upon request and we follow guidelines from professional and government organizations on effective mold remediation and water mitigation.


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833-766-3690 [or] Contact Page

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