Cleaning Up Mold in Your Community

While the damaging weather seems to be behind us, the water damage can continue to plague communities for months. Don’t let your community be lured into a false sense of security just because the floodwaters have receded. Previously wet flooring, sheet-rock, and furniture may appear dry on the surface, but there is a good chance mold will be an issue. Don’t let it go unnoticed, because if you do, it could develop into a real problem that affects not only your home, but also your health.     Read the article………………

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