So what is the trick to being successful at remediation?? Why is it that applying a biocide or a disinfectant is usually not enough to pass an indoor air quality test? Why is it that even though you clean the structure time and time again, you have issues getting a clean bill of health for a structure?Most people forget about cleaning whats left after we clean the structure – we need to clean the air space that remains in order to have a complete remediation.When demolition occurs in a home, the contents of that structure are sent airborne. We “stir the pot” so to speak, and that includes dust, dirt, mold, mildew, dander, ash, etc…. all of these things play a role in indoor air quality and clearance testing.If we don’t address the need to “clean” or “scrub” the air post demolition we could have unnecessary and unwanted liability.We also need to consider how the home is pressurized. Have we created negative air? Positive air? Or static air?Buyer beware of the MAGICAL solution that you simply spray on the mold and it is gone. If it sounds to good to be true – it probably is.
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