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We offer Mold Remediation, Water Damage, Fire Damage, and Disaster Restoration Services. Proudly Serving Pensacola and Surrounding Areas.
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When moisture is present, mold can grow on virtually any substance. With Pensacola’s humid and flood-prone conditions, it is vital that you pay close attention to water damage or visible mold in your Pensacola home or property. Swift action can keep a minor mold problem from becoming a major health risk to you and your family. That is why you should call Restoration & Recovery Contractors of America as soon as you suspect a problem—we offer mold testing and inspection to determine the scope of the damage as well as action plans for mold removal.
We specialize not only in mold remediation but in water, fire, and storm damage restoration too. We have decades of experience in restoration and recovery services, and are Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified. See why so many homeowners trust R&R Contractors by calling us today for all your property restoration needs at (850) 601-3028.
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We’re Pensacola’s top choice for mold remediation and cleanup companies. We are local to the Pensacola area—our restoration experts come from within the community to handle property damage. We service Pensacola and the following surrounding areas:
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Mold-sensitive individuals may exhibit allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, coughing, itchy eyes, wheezing, and skin irritation. Mold exposure can also trigger asthmatic symptoms that include coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. Mold can also cause irritant reactions, which are similar to those of an allergic reaction.
Removing mold efficiently is harder than most people think. First, you have to wear protective clothing to reduce exposure to mold. Then, you need to isolate the mold, so that it doesn’t spread to other rooms. After that, fix the water problem and dry the affected surface. To clean up mold, scrub a mixture of household detergent and water on the surface (don’t use bleach).
Preventing mold requires fixing moisture problems in your home. Repair leaks in the walls, roof, gutters, and plumbing pipes, keep indoor humidity at 30-50% by using a dehumidifier, ventilate appliances that generate moisture, and keep the gutter system clean.
When you suspect that there is mold growing in your home, you don’t have to know which type of mold it is, but you should have it removed as soon as possible. It is not necessary to test for mold if you already notice the signs of mold growth in your home. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), sampling and culturing are not reliable in determining your health risk.
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