A Homeowner's Worst Nightmare?

by Tony on October 13, 2013 0 Comments

Water damage can be one of a home owners worst nightmares and many times damage can remain hidden. Even small leaks can permit mold to thrive in unseen places like walls, attic and basement. This can create future health problems for you and your family. So what do you do?

 

If you have had water damage from major leaking or flooding, quick action to dry all affected areas is most important. Mold growth is rapid under these conditions and can begin in as little as 24 hours. Mold thrives in moist, damp conditions and therefore everything must be thoroughly dried as a first step.

 

Many times mold is only noticed as an "off odor" or an undefinable "musty" smell. You will need to carefully inspect your home for any past sources of water damage to assess if mold is present. Removal may be as simple as thoroughly cleaning an area ...

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Good Practice In Floor Cleaning

by Tony on October 11, 2013 2 Comments

Floor cleaning can be the cause of many serious incidents, especially trips and slips that may result in broken bones, both to cleaning staff or to people just passing by. This is why it is very important to reinforce safety measures and make sure they are used each time a floor is cleaned.

An employee who gets injured may sue your business. They have chances to win and make you pay a lot more than what your insurance may cover, so it's best to learn about the best practices and use them.

The best way to prevent slipping and tripping is to maintain a clean, dry floor at all times. One of the most effective methods is to prevent contamination with substances like water, oil or anything else. If it happens, consider immediate spot cleaning as the best solution to remove it. Have staff at hand to do it ...

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