6 Reasons To Sanitize Your HVAC System

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are invisible but essential elements of a comfortable indoor environment in any residential or commercial space. As the lungs of a building, HVAC systems are responsible for circulating air and heating or cooling it simultaneously.

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When Is Mold Remediation Required? 5 Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore

Mold is not just an unsightly nuisance. It can also be a health hazard for building occupants. Identifying and eliminating mold is critical for maintaining safe spaces and protecting the integrity of your building.

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Neutralizing Chemical Threats and Exposures for Law Enforcement

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Using D7 in Meth Lab Remediation

Chemical cleanup, including meth lab remediation, requires effective products that neutralize or remove toxic chemicals. The safety of cleanup crews and future occupants is also a prime consideration. That’s why it is essential to select products that are safe to use, effective against meth lab chemicals and byproducts, and eliminate toxic residue. 

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Meth Lab Remediation and the Dangers of Contamination

Although the number of meth labs in the U.S. is on the decline, every structure that has been used for that purpose has been contaminated. Property owners who discover a meth lab have a responsibility to keep occupants safe, either by condemning the building or providing meth remediation. Either path requires decontamination to protect construction workers, cleanup crews, future occupants, and anybody else who might come into contact with the space. 

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The Role of Commercial Mold Remediation in Disaster Relief

When flooding from a hurricane or other natural disaster causes property damage, people are primarily worried about the immediate aftermath, which includes replacing furniture, dealing with insurance claims, and so on. Meanwhile, mold is growing on surfaces inside the building, both in plain sight and hidden from view.

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Disaster Remediation 101: 5 Non-Negotiables for Your Business Recovery Plan

When disaster strikes, the short- and long-term effects can be devastating for businesses. In the short term, lost revenue and the inability to stay open present challenges for both owners and employees. In the long term, the investment required for rehabilitating damaged buildings can be overwhelming, even when insurance covers some costs. At the community level, the aftermath of a hurricane or other natural disaster can lead to disease and economic devastation.  

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5 Common Challenges in Household and Commercial Remediation

When the environment inside a home or other structure becomes compromised because of extreme weather, poor building techniques, occupant behavior, or other circumstances, owners must often decide between remediation, abandonment, or demolition. Although sometimes costly, household and commercial remediation offers the benefit of maintaining an investment for future ongoing use. 

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The Dangers of Spores: Why Mycotoxin Testing Is Essential for Removal

It might not be pleasant to think about, but we are constantly surrounded by fungus. One species in particular, Aspergillus, is present almost everywhere, including inside homes and other buildings. Although most people are not affected by the presence of common and pervasive fungi, for those with compromised immune systems, it can present a major health risk. 

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Beyond Food and Biosecurity: D7 and Meth Remediation

Almost two decades ago, meth made in home labs was such a problem that Congress passed a law in 2005 that limited the amount of pseudoephedrine (one of its key ingredients) individuals could purchase in a given period of time.

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