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How Can Commercial Establishments in Fort Dodge Avoid Mold Damage?

3/25/2022 (Permalink)

Be Vigilant of Flooding or Excess Humidity in Great Falls Businesses to Avoid Mold Damage 

Mold damage to a Fort Dodge business can happen easily when a flood or a leak increases the relative humidity in your business and creates a suitable environment for mold spores to travel and spread. Knowing who to call to help address the damage and understanding the parameters of the cleanup process is necessary to determine if and how the growth will affect your operations and how you can pivot to minimize the loss. Hiring a professional team of experts can help you understand what needs to be done and plan for it. 

In Fort Dodge, your mold damage needs are met by our SERVPRO staff and certified crew of technicians. Just a phone call away, our team is ready to help around the clock and identify ways in which your commercial operations can continue while mold remediation activities occur. Although it isn’t always possible, we do our best to minimize the loss and the disruption to your business operations. Setting up physical containment barriers while we work is essential to our success, but we also concentrate on the following: 

  • Address the ventilation system and airflow to prevent mold from traveling through A/C ducts and settling in other parts of the space. 
  • Create containment areas whenever possible where your business can continue unaffected in a safe manner. 
  • Resolving the source of the excess humidity so mold does not become a recurring issue.  

When mold damage threatens your business, SERVPRO of Fort Dodge is ready to help. Call our crew at (515) 955-4009, and let us show you how our industry knowledge is put to work for you. Like you, we want your staff and customers to feel “Like it never even happened.” 

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