Park City, Utah Mold Testing And Removal Specialists Share Details On Recent Project

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Utah Disaster Specialists, a well-known cleanup and restoration company based in Park City, Utah, has reached out to the community to share information regarding one of their most recent mold testing jobs. The local company hopes to bring awareness to the health risks that mold posses within a household, and they emphasize the importance of hiring professionals following a flood or whenever a water leak is suspected.

While mold growths are not a common occurrence within a household, the local specialists note that this does not diminish the risks that they present. Mold can cause physical damage to the house's integrity, aside from having a negative effect on inhabitants’ health. Mold is known to cause asthma symptoms, lethargy, allergies, respiratory infections, and more. The problem with diseases caused by mold infections is that they are often misdiagnosed and therefore mistreated, extending their symptoms for long periods until much more serious issues begin to develop.

As the Utah Disaster Specialists state, this was the situation that one of their most recent clients found themselves in as they were exposed to a mold infestation for several months. This caused the health of the house's residents to deteriorate, raising concerns among them as they began to suspect a mold infection. Once the local specialists arrived at the property, they assert that they quickly found a water leak from the foundation under the stairs, a swamp cooler leak, and a leaky dishwasher on hardwood floors.

Once the possible source of mold was determined, air samples were taken to test the levels of mold within the property. This is the most common type of mold testing; it provides an accurate overview of the spore count in the home. While the results for the property are not ready yet, the specialists state that all signs point to mold infection, which means that a more extensive (and expensive) project is on the horizon for their client.

This is a situation that many homeowners in the Park City, Utah area are dealing with, as mold problems are difficult to detect and can be caused by something as mild as winter humidity in a closed environment or water filtrations, the latter of which is the most common cause behind such issues. Regardless of what caused the mold growth, testing and remediation is necessary to remove a mold problem in its entirety, as inaccurately diagnosing the source or removing it inappropriately can extend the growth to other areas, thereby posing an even bigger health risk.

The Utah Disaster Specialists have extensive experience testing and removing mold infestations, and they are known in the Park City area for their excellent customer care and outstanding services. They rely on a team of fully licensed and insured professionals to fulfill all of their services, ensuring their customers’ safety as well as the successful conclusion of their mold removal projects. Their team’s expertise is complemented by state of the art equipment, which makes any mold removal project a relatively simple matter that can be carried out promptly.

The excellence of their services is attested to in several of their customer reviews, as the Utah Disaster Specialists enjoy a remarkable review rating of 4.5 stars on the Google Maps platform. Through this space, Scott Bodily says, "We had a mold situation in our home because of a slow water leak. We called Utah Disaster Specialists and they were able to help us and take care of the mold issue. We are so grateful to them and will recommend them to our family and friends."

Utah Disaster Specialists offers a wide variety of restoration and cleanup services, as they maintain that offering a solution to their client's emergencies is crucial. Aside from their Park City Utah mold testing services, they also offer Fire Damage Cleanup, Sewage Cleanup, Water Damage Cleanup, and so on. These services are available in several areas across Utah besides Park City, including Layton, Lehi, Ogden, and Salt Lake City.

Those in need of a reliable and experienced mold testing specialist in Park City are welcome to reach out to Utah Disaster Specialists to inquire about their services. They may contact Daryl Olsen of Utah Disaster Specialists for further details as well.

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For more information about Utah Disaster Specialists, contact the company here:

Utah Disaster Specialists
Daryl Olsen
801-203-3524
contact@utahdisasterspecialists.com
270 West 1450 North
Centerville, Utah 84014

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