Commercial water damage restoration can be an expensive and complex process that negatively impacts a business’s operations and profits. Most water damage in the workplace can be prevented by taking simple precautions and recognizing the following common causes of water damage.
If you’ve imagined a future in which every building is made of imposing concrete and steel, then you’re in for a surprise. The future may actually turn out to be a bit more wooden.
Most people imagine a demolition looks something like the demolition scene in Oceans 11; a massive building crumbles in on itself and all that’s left is a cloud of dust. Or maybe a demolition done using a wrecking ball; it’s loud, hardcore and intense. But there is one type of demolition that is typically unseen from the outside: interior demolition.
Excess moisture and water damage can lead to mold growth in homes. Exposure to mold can negatively impact an individual’s health, leading to respiratory symptoms and even mold poisoning. If homeowners or property managers suspect mold growth in a building, licensed professionals will take the following steps to remove mold through a process called mold remediation.
Every human being and organization naturally creates some type of waste. Categories of waste include, municipal solid waste, agricultural and animal waste, radioactive waste, medical waste, industrial non-hazardous waste, construction and demolition debris, oil and gas production waste, extraction and mining waste, fossil fuel combustion waste, sewage sludge and hazardous waste.
The natural soil environment can become contaminated by agricultural chemicals, improper disposal of waste, mining, fertilization application, oil and fuel dumping, ruptured underground storage tanks or leaching waste from landfills. Soil can be polluted by petroleum hydrocarbons, pesticides, lead and other heavy metals.