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Mold releases spores into the environment for reproduction, which triggers potentially serious health problems.
Improper attempts to remove asbestos can release asbestos fibers into the air in homes, increasing asbestos levels in a home.
Water damage opens the door for mold and health related threats in addition to the physical damage caused to your property.
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Mold Removal, Asbestos Abatement, and Water Damage Restoration in Raleigh, Asheville, & Morehead City
As a pioneer in the field of environmental services, Remtech offers comprehensive remediation solutions, including mold removal, radon mitigation, asbestos abatement, water damage restoration and more. With offices in the Raleigh-Durham area, Asheville, and Morehead City, we are ready and able to quickly respond to the needs of property owners across the Southeast. Our certified remediation professionals have the equipment to mobilize fast – enabling us to deliver superior service to our clients.
Professional Environmental Remediation Services
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At Remtech, we focus on personal, attentive services and effective solutions. Our Raleigh, Asheville and NC technicians are some of the Southeast’s most experienced remediation specialists, holding all major certifications in the field.
What You Should Know About mold, asbestos, and water damage
Photo by Tim Mascara, April 2017 WFAE News Believe it or not, it is. In Davidson, North Carolina the EPA issued a major asbestos cleanup for twenty homes surrounding what used to be the Carolina Asbestos Factory. Back between the 1930s and 1960s, people literally paid for asbestos to be delivered to their homes to cover their […]
1. Black mold, (scientific name stachybotrys), is only one species of over 10,000 different species of mold 2. Bleach does not work on mold. It may kill mold growth, but not airborne mold spores. If you use bleach, do not assume the mold has been entirely removed from your home. 3. Dead mold spores are […]