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Mold remediation is the process used to eliminate mold from an infected area of your home or business.

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Controlling moisture in your home is essential in preventing mold growth and building material decay.

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Air Duct

the air quality in your home is directly affected by the cleanliness or your air ducts. Keeping them clean is importan

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Avoid mold growth, musty-smelling air, and building damage with professional water damage mitigation.

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Mold Removal, Water Damage, and Air Duct Cleaning Services in Louisville, KY

For a Healthy Home

When we say: "locally-owned," we mean it. Our company operator-owners have resided and worked in the Greater Louisville area for over twenty-five years and have been servicing our greater Louisville frieds and neighbors with AdvantaClean light environmental services since 2010. We take pride in doing business locally; we purchase our products and services locally, recruit employees locally, and support our local organizations. Why? Our customers are our friends and neighbors. They trust us, and know that we appreciate their business and their referals to mutual friends and neighbors.

We understand that damaging events in your home,like flooding, unexpected discovery of black mold in your basement or your crawl space can be stressful. dealing with these problems seems overwhelming, and immediate thoughts are:("how can I salvage undamaged items?)and (Will this event adversely affect the value of our home?") Let us help take the stress out of these events. Call us at (502) 228-0179 to schedule a visit so we can begin the process of cleaning up any water damage, salvaging valuable items,and removing any dangerous mold.

Most important, we can identify the water flooding or mold cause and propose a solution that will help assure that the occurrence doesn't repeat itself.


Employee Health Matters: Using Office Air Quality Test Kits

Is your office making you sick? According to the U.S. Department of Labor, poor indoor air quality inside offices, schools, and other workplaces has been tied to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs; and some specific diseases have been linked to specific air contaminants or indoor environments, like asthma with damp indoor environments. Additionally, some exposures such as asbestos and radon, may not cause immediate symptoms but can lead to cancer after many years.



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