Mold Removal Singapore
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Humidity leads to an ideal environment for mold to thrive in. Flooding and water damage can lead to extensive growth as well. Damp Environments can also produce bacteria and release volatile organic compounds. Mold exposure can cause a number of health issues like throat irritation, runny nose, eye discomfort, cough and wheezing, as well as skin allergies in some cases.
To eradicate mold growth, assessment and remediation are essential. The most important measure that needs to be taken for mold removal is to reduce moisture levels. Remediation practice such as an assessment of the location and extent of the mold contamination in a building or home is vital to eliminate the source and ensure that the re-occurrence of mold is minimized. Removal of mold-affected materials may be necessary.
Big Red has vast experience, expert resources, and an unrivaled track record in this complex area, bringing you all the advantages of a comprehensive solution. We are the market leaders in environmental assessment, source control, and eradication of mold and fungus. Big Red provides cutting-edge solutions technology.
Sick Building Syndrome
Sick Building Syndrome is a condition that occurs when several occupants in the building show symptoms like nausea, nose, throat and eye irritation, headaches and dizziness. Besides these obvious signs, sick building syndrome can be characterized by increased absenteeism and occupants showing vague but similar symptoms. The symptoms naturally ease when the occupants are away from the building, at home or on vacation.
The latest in scientific studies now attribute a significant amount of the above-mentioned illnesses to the presence of microbiological agents like mold and fungus in indoor environments. These microbiological agents also include Mycotoxins, Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds (mVOCs), and Allergens like Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Stachybotrys Chartarum. These agents have even been known to cause the Sick Building Syndrome.
Mold is the most common cause of SBS. If mold is not remediated professionally, it can result in a building/property being classified as ‘Sick’. This can have detrimental consequences for workplace productivity.
Sick Building Syndrome is an effect rather than a cause, so it is imperative to ensure the reason for SBS is eliminated from its source. Identification of the source is best done by certified professionals with expertise in the subject.
Activate Big Red When You:
- Suspect any microbial activity
- See visible mold growth in your indoor environment
- Smell musty odor which refuses to go away
- Have mold damage that was caused by sewage or other contaminated water
- Experience allergic reactions or respiratory issues