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12/6/2019 (Permalink)

Our vans outside a commercial building to start restoration We used state-of-the-art mold remediation equipment to restore this commercial property. We respond 24/7 to prevent further damage.

The Ways We Can Remove Mold Colonies in a Naples Clinic

The development of mold colonization in your Naples clinic can be an alarming discovery for many reasons. Not only can this organism spread quickly throughout the facility and threaten many areas, but mold is also a potential health hazard to those exposed. With the patients coming into the clinic throughout the day with various ailments, an added risk of mold exposure can amplify the severity of certain chronic conditions. 

Addressing the presence of colonization and your need for mold removal in a Naples medical facility begins with proper containment procedures. The less we can permit this destructive organism to move around the building, the less staff, patients, and regions of the clinic that can become harmed by exposure. Physical barriers are still the premier choice in these scenarios, however, the deployment of secondary measures like air scrubbers and negative air machines can help prevent the circulation of spores. 

The removal of this active presence is not an insurmountable feat like clearing all mold spores from a building might be, and our SERVPRO team has unique and extensive training into remediation strategies that can gain control of these situations quickly. Among the first steps that we might take when light colonization exists is the application of antimicrobial agents to affected surfaces and structural elements. This approach can eliminate spores on contact and make a surface uninhabitable for future colonization while our professionals work on drying up the area. This approach would also be helpful on wooden furniture and fabrics in the waiting area.

Also, our SERVPRO Applied Microbial Remediation Technicians (AMRT) can use abrasive cleaning techniques like media blasting and sanding to remove surface colonization and help to reduce the pungent odor that accompanies colony development. These techniques happen within a physically contained remediation zone to reduce the exposure of your patients or staff to our mold damage cleaning. 

In worse cases, the only suitable solution is the calculated removal of the affected construction material or personal belonging. We have a team of licensed (#MRSR2994) contractors that can remove deteriorating drywall and other affected surfaces to remove active colonization, more effectively dry the damaged areas, and get your clinic back to business as usual. 

Mold damage does not have to be a dire circumstance when you trust our SERVPRO of Naples / Marco Island team to help. Give us a call today at (239) 302-5700.

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