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Water Damage May Lead to Development of Mold | Mold Remediation Experts for Fort Worth, TX

3/22/2018 (Permalink)

Mold Remediation Water Damage May Lead to Development of Mold | Mold Remediation Experts for Fort Worth, TX Early Signs Water Damage from a Leaky Roof

Spotting water damage early is important to eliminating the breeding ground for mold.  Mold may have negative impacts on respiratory health, and its best to have it removed from the home when found.

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If you do find mold and want it removed, call in the experts and avoid any potentially hazardous exposure to yourselves or family members.  Our team at SERVPRO of Northwest Fort Worth has specialized training in mold remediation.  We have the right kind of clothing and equipment to deal with such a problem effectively, efficiently, and safely.  

In order to better understand the potential risks associated with exposure to mold, you might consider this article from the CDC's website.  They have done extensive research on this topic and have more information on the potential impacts to the human body. 

Since our staff wants to avoid getting sick themselves, they know how to take the proper precautions to protect themselves from undue exposure.  Once any mold has been removed, we'll make sure that the area is clean and dry.  We'll also identify the source of the leak and can assist you in resolving this as well to avoid future opportunities for water damage.  

Our goal is to leave your home "Like it never even happened."   Just call our offices at 817.232.3333.  We're available anytime of the day, any day of the week.  We'll discuss the situation, assess the urgency, and make plans to inspect your home.  We'll even work with your insurance company to determine if filing a claim would be appropriate.  Since mold is generally connected with water damage, then such a claim is typically covered by your homeowner’s insurance. You'll likely only have to cover your deductible costs to restore your property.  

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