Mold in Your Ductwork? Seek Professional Commercial Mold Remediation
Are you wondering how to get rid of mold in the air ducts of your office?
Mold can grow almost anywhere, but they like to colonize humid areas like air ducts especially during the rainy months. At SERVPRO, we provide extensive commercial mold remediation in Rutherford County and take pride in restoring air quality in your workplaces.
Common Issues About Commercial Mold Remediation
Here are some frequently asked questions about mold contamination in air ducts:
Where does the mold come from?
Mold can practically grow anywhere with excessive amount of moisture. When a material or surface in your office is holding moisture and spores of mold land on it, the mold starts to grow. The problem will worsen unless the source of the moisture is eliminated, and the mold is remediated by a professional.
Is mold in my ductwork dangerous?
When mold grows in your ductwork, its spores begin to spread throughout your work area. This spreading of spores will infiltrate mold to grow in other places where moisture is present. Your building will then lose its aesthetic value, and this is bad for business.
In addition, the spread of mold spores can cause respiratory allergic reactions to mold-sensitive employees and visitors. With the claim culture we now live in, you wouldn’t want your worker or visitor to get sick, would you?
How often should I have my air duct cleaned?
According to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it is advisable to have your air ducts cleaned every three to four years for health and safety purposes. However, if you notice mold growing in your ductwork, ensure that you contact a commercial restoration company in Rutherford County to completely get rid of it.
SERVPRO Provides Commercial Mold Remediation in Rutherford County
In as little as 48 hours, mold can become a nuisance to your business. It can cause not only negative health effects but also significant damage to your business premises.
SERVPRO professionals have the necessary specialized equipment, training, and protective gear to handle your commercial mold problem in Rutherford County.