WHAT HQR DOES WHEN MOLD DAMAGE OCCURS
- High Quality Restoration will work with you, the insurance representative, and an environmental hygienist to formulate the most efficient and effective course of action following the guidelines of the IICRC S520.
- High Quality Restoration will provide the highest level of care is required when handling mold damage, including containment of the area and protection of all people in it.
- HQR will take air samples prior to the job and once the work is complete to ensure that levels are at an acceptable and safe level.
- HQR will clean out all contents of the affected area and get it back to pre-loss condition according to your satisfaction.
WHAT ARE THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF MOLD EXPOSURE?
Mold spores are tiny and exceptionally light. Because of this they easily can become airborne. Once airborne, mold spores are easily inhaled by anyone in the vicinity. It is not healthy to inhale any type of mold spores, but some types of mold produce toxins, known as mycotoxins, that frequently cause a variety of health problems.
Not everyone that is exposed to mold develops mold-related illness, and some people are much more susceptible than others. Oftentimes the elderly as well as young children, those with respiratory problems like asthma, and those with immune related disorders are much more prone to feel the effects of mold exposure. Even healthy young adults are at risk for mold related illness. Your pets can also get sick from mold in the home.
Symptoms of mold related illness are wide-ranging and include:
- Sore throats
- Trouble breathing, wheezing, and shortness of breath
- A runny nose or stuffed up nose
- Red, itchy, watery eyes
- Asthma attacks or asthma-like symptoms in people not previously diagnosed with the disease
- Infections in the lungs, such as pneumonia and bronchitis
- Sinus infections
- Rashes or hives
- Depressed immune system
If you've noticed any of these symptoms contact High Quality Restoration in Rochester, NY. We'll get started on your mold remediation services as quickly as possible, so you can breathe easy in your home again.