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Why are Mold Inspections necessary for Your Office Building?

Icon Restoration Services Inc
Publication date:
July 2, 2021
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Mold inspections are necessary for office buildings to ensure the safety and health of occupants. Mold growth can cause a range of health issues, including headaches, breathing difficulties, skin irritation, allergic reactions, and worsening asthma symptoms. Mold can grow in any building that has moisture problems, which could lead to expensive repairs and reduced productivity. Professional mold treatment can help detect all signs of mold in a structure and safely remove it, prevent its reoccurrence, and avoid costly and time-consuming repairs. Mold can grow in a variety of spaces, including around and in the vicinity of HVAC components, wet carpeting, and plumbing leaks. A professional mold inspection is essential to locate mold sources accurately, provide early intervention, and reduce structural damage. Mold creates spores that can cause respiratory problems and allergic reactions. Not all molds are harmful, but mold should be removed from buildings to avoid potential health risks. Icon Restoration is a professional mold removal company that offers emergency cleanups 24/7.


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Icon Restoration Services Inc
Why are Mold Inspections necessary for Your Office Building?
July 2, 2021
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