Water in your home can come from many sources. Water can enter your home by leaking or by seeping through basement floors. Showers or even cooking can add moisture to the air in your home.
Molds are usually not a problem indoors, unless mold spores land on a wet or damp spot and begin growing. Molds have the potential to cause health problems.
There are over 119 million housing units in the United States and nearly 4.7 million commercial buildings (U.S. Census Bureau, 2003), and almost all of them experience leaks, flooding, or other forms of excessive indoor dampness at some time. Excessive indoor dampness can also damage building materials and furnishings, causing or exacerbating the release of chemicals and nonbiologic particles from them.
When water intrusion or moisture accumulation is discovered, the source should be identified and eliminated as soon as practicable to reduce the possibility of problematic microbial growth and building material degradation. The most effective way to manage microbial contaminants is to hire and expert remediation company. LASER RESTORATION will perform the best work, and continuing support to the homeowners during the remediation.
Because we understand the hard and difficult situation, we carefully designed and controlled technical measures and practices that could prevent or reduce problematic indoor dampness.