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AZ Super Savers Restoration offers Fire Restoration, Flood  Restoration, Water Damage cleanup, Fire clean up, Mold Inspection, smoke odor removal in the Mesa, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Phoenix areas.

 AZ Super Savers Restoration offers Fire Restoration, Flood  Restoration, Water Damage cleanup, Fire clean up, Mold Inspection, smoke odor removal in the Mesa, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Phoenix areas.

 

AZ SUPER SAVERS RESTORATION mold remediation service has successfully addressed many microbe contaminated interior structures such as walls, ceilings, floors and HVAC systems.

A team of professionals will develop a remediation plan detailing the protocol and scope of remediation, which we will follow until clearance is achieved.

Personal and/or business belongings that can be cleaned and restored are itemized, evaluated and removed in a manner which eliminates cross- and re-contamination.

Most mold requires very simple sources to grow and exist. It first requires some type of moisture intrusion, or water condensation. If there has been a plumbing leak or roof leak, there is a strong possibility that mold growth has already started. In many cases, it can take only 24 hours for the process to begin. Just because the source of the moisture has stopped, does not mean that the mold has stopped growing. Mold can survive a very long time with out moisture, thus the need for remediation.

Mold also needs an organic source of food. People might be confused as mold can grow on glass, tile, stainless steel, cookware, etc. but it is generally feeding off of some organic source deposited on this material (oils, films, dirt, dust, skin cells, etc.). The fiberglass insulation people like to say mold does not grow on their product, which is a fairly true statement; however, it loves to grow on the organic debris that becomes trapped in their product. Mold also loves to grow on things such as wood, fabric, leather, gypsum, fiberboard, drywall, stucco, and many fibrous materials. All molds do require some form of moisture to grow, however, like temperature, the amount of moisture varies for different species.

 

 Some signs of possible mold growth

• If there has been any form of water damage in the dwelling
• If you have or have had a leaky roof or window ceil
• A musty or mildew type of smell
• Black speckles on walls or around any plumbing fixtures
• Water stained walls, ceilings, or ceiling tiles
• Swollen walls or floor boards which may have lifted
• If anybody living inside the dwelling, including pets, appear to be sick or are having respiratory problems

 

Our skill involves assembling the most competent technicians, engineers if needed, and highly trained hygienists to provide complete decontamination services for your entire structure. All areas are treated for mold growth according to protocol and heavily contaminated materials are removed and replaced. All contaminants are properly bagged/sealed for disposal.

There seems to be a great deal of evidence that high levels of molds, its spores and the toxins they produce do indeed affect people’s health. Several remediators have exhibited mild respiratory symptoms including sore throat and cough after briefly examining well ventilated contaminated areas without respiratory protection on.

Potential health effects and symptoms associated with mold exposures include allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory complaints.

Technically molds are not “toxic,” they are toxigenic, which means that under certain circumstances, they may produce toxins. A lot has to do with the sensitivity on the part of the person exposed as well. Children under two years of age, pregnant women, adults over 60, asthmatics and others with respiratory problems can be much more sensitive and easily harmed by overexposure to mold.

The terms “black” and “toxic” mold are often misunderstood by the public. One toxic black mold, Stachybotrys
chartarum, formerly known as Stachybotrys atra, is more common and at the root of many mold lawsuits.

Stachybotrys is a greenish-black mold that thrives on water and construction materials, such as wallboard,
gypsum board, and cellulose ceiling panels.

It is also a deadly neurotoxin that has been linked by medical researchers to a host of illnesses including
bleeding lungs, chronic fatigue syndrome, asthma, chronic respiratory ailments. It also produces toxins that
cause severe memory loss, disorientation and behavioral changes.

 

 

Mold Symptoms and Medical Problems

A wide variety of symptoms have been attributed to the toxic effects of different molds. The medical problems may be caused by toxic gases produced by the molds or by reactions to the mold particles themselves. Many allergies are also attributable to mold and fungi.

Commonly reported symptoms include runny noses, eye irritation, congestion, aggravation of asthma, headaches, dizziness and fatigue. More severe symptoms may include reports of profusely bloody runny noses, the coughing up of blood, severe headaches, fibrous growth in the lungs and - at least in one reported instance - cognitive dysfunction and loss of memory.

 

In 1993 and 1994, a doctor from the Cleveland area attributed 37 cases of pulmonary hemorrhage and hemosiderosis in young infants to Stachybotrys. Twelve of the infants died. A recent CDC report questions the scientific validity of the doctor's conclusions and the causal linkage of the infant deaths to the toxic effects of Stachybotrys. However, the CDC does recognize that moldy homes are unhealthy for human occupancy. Other reports claim to confirm the linkage of Stachybotrys to instances of infant deaths in other locations.

Some of the most extreme cases of mold-related health problems, the so-called "yellow rain" attacks in Southeast Asia during the late 1970s, and the Iraqi attacks on some Kurd villages in the 1980s and 1990s have been attributed to use of mycotoxins produced by molds.

The conclusion to be reached from all of these dramatic cases is that molds are potentially dangerous and cannot be ignored. All molds should be removed.

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