Do you have mold in your home?
Worried that recent water damage could lead to mold growth?
If you’re dealing with mold in your home or work space, Tennessee Water and Fire have the experience and know-how to eliminate even the toughest molds and prevent future regrowth.
Mold remediation is the process of taking care of and eliminating mold in a way that keeps it from spreading further and causing more damage or health problems in your home or business.
Tennessee Water and Fire does mold remediation right the first time, so it’s also the last time.
Our focus is on minimizing the discomfort of your home or office, and we work with you to make sure that your living spaces are rehabilitated as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Mold is a type of fungus that grows in places with high humidity and relatively low temperatures, such as damp basements or cellars, and sometimes in attics or bathrooms when not ventilated properly. Mold can also occur after flooding or water damage. Mold thrives on organic materials like wood, paper, and even food products like cereal or bread. The wood and materials in homes are mold’s favorite environment once water or humidity is involved.
Molds release spores into the air that can be inhaled or ingested when you touch them. If you have an allergy to mold, it can cause numerous health problems including sinus infections, coughing and wheezing, and allergic reactions such as rashes or hives.
Mold spores can be especially dangerous for children.
Breathe enough fungal particles into your body over time (even those who don’t have allergies) and it may lead to lung problems like chronic bronchitis or pneumonia if left untreated. This happens because some types of molds release toxins into their surrounding environment that can cause severe irritation inside our bodies once we inhale them through the nose or mouth.
The mold remediation experts at Tennessee Water and Fire are trained to handle all types of mold, including the toxic black mold.
This can be dangerous for a homeowner or business owner to do on their own. The process is complex and the necessary tools aren’t always available to the average person.
Don’t let a small mold problem grow into something worse.
Call today to schedule a free estimate or consultation, to prepare for mold removal, and to prevent or eliminate the growth of harmful mold in your home, office, or business.