Government Mold Removal
AdvantaClean has an extensive track record of providing mold removal and indoor air quality, services to federal government agencies. Our government contracting experience includes ongoing relationships with municipal, county, state, and federal entities.
At AdvantaClean, we understand that time is money, and that facility closure due to mold contamination is unacceptable. Your facility represents a significant government investment and it is important to ensure that asset is handled properly. The downtime in a public service building coupled with the risk of occupant exposure, can lead to issues beyond mold problems. It is recommended that you contact a professional mold removal company as soon as you suspect mold in your property. Use AdvantaClean’s GSA contract for quick procurement and Firm-Fixed-Pricing on a thorough mold removal consultation.
AdvantaClean has completed hundreds of governmental mold removal projects in:
- Critical care facilities
- Institutional facilities
- High security facilities
- Hospitals and universities
- High and mid-rise buildings
When you call AdvantaClean for mold removal, you will have peace of mind knowing that your government facility and its occupants are in good hands, and that you are dealing with one of the most respected government mold removal companies in the US. Our highly trained mold removal technicians will have your building restored on time and within budget, and we guarantee your satisfaction.
Mold symptoms and mold allergies.
While mold is naturally occurring in the environment, yet it can be an allergen and irritant, creating mold symptoms that are likely to pose health problems for certain individuals. Some people are particularly sensitive to mold and exposure can cause mold symptoms or mold allergies. Mold symptoms include eye irritation and itchiness, sneezing, coughing and other respiratory issues. Extended exposure to mold can worsen the symptoms of asthma and mold allergies for those at risk. People with serious mold allergies may have more severe mold symptoms which can include fever and shortness of breath or even mold infections in their lungs.
In 2004, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) found there was sufficient evidence to link indoor exposure to mold with mold symptoms such as upper respiratory tract symptoms, coughing and wheezing in otherwise healthy people. Recent studies also suggest a potential link of early mold exposure to development of mold symptoms such as mold allergies and asthma in children, particularly among those who may be genetically susceptible to asthma development.
Why contract a government mold specialist?
Removing mold requires proper training, chemicals and equipment. If you are not professionally trained in mold remediation, especially in a government or commercial setting, you could create a bigger problem than you already have. Removing mold properly will prevent additional exposure to you, as well as reduce damage to your home and personal belongings.
AdvantaClean is certified in government mold remediation and our certified mold specialists will meet with you to discuss a plan for mold testing and remediation. Each AdvantaClean project manager and technician is trained on proper mold removal / mold remediation procedures in accordance with the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) S-520.
AdvantaClean can perform this service under our GSA schedule.