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Fire Damage Restoration Seeing your home or commercial property consumed by fire can be one of the most severe losses that you can experience. Yet, after such a devastating loss, reassurance comes from having clear guidance and support in salvaging as much as possible from fire and smoke damage. The National Fire Protection Association NFPA has identified over 1200 toxic gasses associated with structure fires. Precision Environmental team of professionals provides a rapid response, quality, and, most importantly, experience.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 85% of commercial buildings and residential homes experience excess moisture and water leaks. Precision Environmental is an IICRC Certified Water Damage Restoration company serving Southern California and Arizona since 1982. Precision Environmental can moisture map your facility and home to identify water hazards and repair any type of water damage, whether man-made or caused by disaster.
Whether you experience mold, asbestos, lead, or other hazardous materials. Precision Environmental is EPA Lead-Safe | CAL OSHA - DOSH Asbestos Certified. With our fast response time and ongoing communication to give you peace of mind. Following industry standards, Precision Environmental professionals assess each environmental situation before creating a plan to remediate and rebuild any property type.
When is Total Loss Inventory needed? When contents have become damaged/contaminated, the customer is making a claim through a third party (i.e., insurance carrier, property management co.) to seek compensation. The Precision Environmental team of Total Loss Inventory specialists will photograph all items; create a detailed list with as much information as possible, including physical description, size, brand, model, year of manufacture and location within your property.
You may suspect hidden mold if a building smells moldy, but you cannot see the source, or if you know there has been water damage and residents report health problems. Mold may be hidden in places such as the backside of drywall, wallpaper, or paneling, the top side of ceiling tiles, the underside of carpets and pads, etc. Other possible locations of hidden mold include areas inside walls around pipes, the surface of walls behind furniture, inside ductwork, and roof materials above ceiling tiles.
Mold is one word that can send property owners into a panic, especially in summer of record-high temperatures and humidity. But what really is the dreaded intruder, and could it be the blame for those unexpected summer illnesses? Mold growth speeds up when it’s indoors. Mold’s tiny reproductive cells, called spores, are easily released into the air, and an enclosed space amplifies their ability to make contact with one another.
How long does it take for Water Damage to show? | How long does it take to dry out Water Damage? | Water damage brings about a destructive force resulting in various secondary problems impacting your property. Therefore, if your property incurs water damage, having immediate repairs done is crucial. The extent of water damage can be misleading when viewed on the surface, as water potentially seeps through the deeper parts of your property.
Do You Have Lead Paint In Your Home? Lead-based paint was widely used before the federal ban. As a result, it’s not just possible, but likely that you have some lead paint somewhere in your home. The CDC estimates that over 29 million housing units in the United States currently contain serious lead-based paint hazards. Lead paint is present in millions of homes throughout the United States, and it can pose serious health risks as it deteriorates over time or if it’s disturbed during a renovation. If you think you might have lead paint somewhere in your home, you need to know how to identify it.
Discovering Asbestos or Lead in your property, either from routine maintenance or just by chance, is an emergency. These two terms are thrown around the asbestos industry daily but may not mean much to the average consumer. Asbestos Abatement is another term for Asbestos Removal. It is exactly as it sounds, the asbestos is removed from the building component, etc. The advantage of asbestos removal or abatement is that you do not have to deal with the asbestos again after it is professionally removed.
Heat Technology services that utilize clean, dry, odorless heat to create any property conducive to structural drying. This method is lethal to many biological organisms that often accompany a wet building. Structural Pasteurization will dry the structure rapidly and kill pathogens associated with water damage. Many water losses involve contamination. However, even clean water losses can result in significant contamination levels if the drying process is not completed quickly. The IICRC Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation defines structural pasteurization as an engineered process in which high temperatures are introduced into a structure or portion of a structure for the purpose of reducing bio-organisms to acceptable levels without damage to the structure.
Hiring an asbestos abatement company, and not doing it yourself, is the wisest and safest decision when it comes to removing asbestos from any residential, commercial, or public building. Precision Environmental will adequately test for the toxic mineral, follow strict regulations and processes, and carry the right abatement removal equipment to keep you safe from exposure.