the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends a list of ingredients to purchase but keep on mind, majority of these products have not been tested against COVID-19. Look for products with quatemary ammonium, hydrogen peroxide and ethanol. Clorox is a mainstream company that has most of the ingredients in their products that can be bought in stores.
Please note to war personal protective gear AS SOME OF THE INGREDIEntS in TODAY'S CLEANING PRODUCTS ARE harmful to our health
Consider the most frequently touched surfaces on a daily basis in your home or work environment.
Before you proceed with cleaning, make sure you disconnect yourself from touching surfaces.
Before we proceed with answering this question, it is best to hire a mold inspector or find someone with extensive knowledge who can guide you on the proper clean up solutions. If the cleanup options are do it yourself related, by all means take care of your mold spread quickly as possible. Talk with your professional mold advisor on the best cleaning tools you need. Beware of at home mold test kits as some are not detailed with the level of severity or point the direction in which area or structure needs most attention.
The short term answer is most likely yes. How? If the emergent issue of water damage is covered by your policy. Due to emergency situations such as a pipe leak or burst that can result in overflow of water. Mold can grow relatively quickly from minor to large water leaks.
In cases when mold is not covered usually occurs when no immediate water damage signs are present. For example post flooding, sink leaks, or basement storm damage cleaned without proper sanitation can lead to mold growth.
Whether you have small or large amounts of mold please contact us and we are happy to advise you on the remediation steps.
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