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Removing Mold in a Tenant Occupied Building

  The relationship with landlord and tenant has many challenges. Each side has a large amount of responsibilities which results in a huge amount of liability. What happens when there is mold found in a tenant occupied building, home, or apartment? Who is responsible for the damages? What legal responsibilities does the landlord have to
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EPA Lead Paint Removal FAQ

The EPA regulates the certification of lead abatement contractors for lead-based paint practices during renovations, repair, and painting. This program is different than obtaining a license for full lead abatement which, for contractors in California, the certification and licensing is done through the California Department of Public Health, is mandated by the California Code of
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IICRC Certified Water, Fire, Mold Company Requirements

Why is it important to choose a certified water, fire, and mold restoration specialist company when choosing a restoration contractor? Training: ensures safety of the occupants and employees Procedures: proper knowledge of the most up-to-date steps for proper remediation Continuing Education: updated class certification requirements The EPA estimates that the average person spends 90% of their
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Choosing Sewage Cleanup Companies

Ok, you have a drain flood, sewage backup, overflowed toilet, broken drain line under your home or basement, or a sewage flood in a part of your home. These are very serious sewage issues that if not remediation and repaired correctly can form very serious and harmful conditions for your home and family. Sewage water contains
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How to Clean Up Sewage

Have a broken drain line? A sewer backup? A toilet overflow? A drain seepage into your basement or crawlspace? These are a few examples of issues needing sewage cleaning. What health illnesses and damage to your home will happen if your home does NOT get cleaned properly? What are the steps for cleaning sewage? We
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Crawlspace Water Removal

If standing water is left under a home for an extended period of time, microbial growth and mold can grow under the home due to increased humidity. Many homes need crawlspace flood cleanup and have crawlspaces or areas of access under their structures. If this happens then a whole avenue of air quality and mold
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