In the aftermath of a hurricane or severe nor-easter, it’s reasonable to want to clean up the damage on your property immediately. Depending on the severity of the damage, your home could be exposed to the elements if not quickly repaired. However, simply cleaning up the debris can expose you to something far more dangerous: asbestos. With the disturbance of this hazardous substance, it’s important you learn the steps to avoiding asbestos during storm damage cleanup. [Read more…] about Avoiding Asbestos During Storm Damage Cleanup
From commercial complexes to single-family buildings, mold is a problem that often augments other issues of the building, from leaking HVAC systems to flooding caused by storms. Any source of water can potentially be a source of mold, and water damage brings a heightened chance with the “perfect storm” of water drenched materials that are often in hard-to-reach areas. Let’s go over some of the most common types of water damage and how mold can impact them. [Read more…] about Will Water Damage Lead to Mold?