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SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County Advanced Technology and Techniques

1/7/2021 (Permalink)

When unwelcome water finds its way into your business, you know you want it gone. Fast. You want to avoid mold, odors, and all the other problems that come with lingering water in all the wrong spaces. This is when you call SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County!

The question is… “How do I know for sure if my commercial building is completely dry?”

The answer is THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County utilizes these special cameras to identify moisture by detecting temperature differentials. This provides a visual map of where our trained technicians need to look to confirm the presence of moisture or water damage with a moisture meter.

Our SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County technicians have been trained and are experienced in using Infrared Thermal Imagining. This allows SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County to quickly assess walls, ceilings and other building material for active moisture… especially in those “hard to reach” areas that could otherwise be easily overlooked. Using Infrared Thermal Imaging technology ensures you receive most comprehensive and thorough assessment available. For any commercial loss call SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County 24 hours a day 7 days a week!

WHY THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY OF DIALYSIS CENTERS AND HOSPITALS CAN'T BE NEGLECTED

2/6/2020 (Permalink)

Indoor air quality is a major concern for dialysis centers and hospitals around the country. Dialysis and medical centers are especially vulnerable to mold, which compromises the integrity of air quality. But what makes dialysis centers and hospitals so prone to mold growth, and what does that mean for indoor air quality?  SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County can help with your mold analysis.

If you help operate a dialysis center or a hospital, you can’t afford to overlook the threat that mold poses for your air quality. Here are some of the reasons why your center is vulnerable to mold and why it matters:

Vulnerability: There are quite a few reasons why dialysis centers and hospitals are prone to mold infestations…

  • Dialysis centers: They can harbor multiple mold infestations if they are not properly maintained. Since dialysis centers use reverse osmosis water therapy, moisture is an integral part of the daily practice of dialysis centers.  Improperly maintained dialysis centers can be breeding grounds for mold.
  • Hospitals and medical centers: There is plenty of moisture to go around in hospitals and medical centers. Combine the prevalence of moisture with the combination of all sorts of bacteria and chemicals, and you have a recipe for mold infestation and, as a result, poor indoor air quality.
  • Health: Poor indoor air quality can be detrimental to health, especially for those going through the volatile process of recovery. Airborne mold can cause allergic reactions, such as sneezing, coughing, and bodily irritation. When people are trying to overcome an illness or recover from surgery, the air must be as clean as possible.
  • More mold: Indoor air quality problems can lead to serious mold infestations. If the air quality is not properly regulated, then mold can infest countless surfaces in the building. 

What You Can Do About Your Indoor Air Quality

There are plenty of actions that you can take to make sure that your center meets the highest indoor air quality standards.  We at SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County will be glad to have a mold analysis done and have your results in 24-48 hours.

If you would like to seek the counsel of skilled professionals about your indoor air quality, then contact us at SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County. We have 22 years of experience of assessing and improving air quality, and we can put your worries to rest as you breathe fresh, clean air. We are open 24/7.

SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County Advanced Technology and Techniques

10/15/2019 (Permalink)

When unwelcome water finds its way into your business, you know you want it gone. Fast. You want to avoid mold, odors, and all the other problems that come with lingering water in all the wrong spaces. This is when you call SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County!

The question is… “How do I know for sure if my commercial building is completely dry?”

The answer is THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County utilizes these special cameras to identify moisture by detecting temperature differentials. This provides a visual map of where our trained technicians need to look to confirm the presence of moisture or water damage with a moisture meter.

Our SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County technicians have been trained and are experienced in using Infrared Thermal Imagining. This allows SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County to quickly assess walls, ceilings and other building material for active moisture… especially in those “hard to reach” areas that could otherwise be easily overlooked. Using Infrared Thermal Imaging technology ensures you receive most comprehensive and thorough assessment available. For any commercial loss call SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County 24 hours a day 7 days a week!

Mold in your commercial building?

10/13/2019 (Permalink)

Molds can grow on virtually any substance, as long as moisture or water, oxygen, and an organic source is present. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County can detect and help with any commercial mold issues you may have by providing an analysis.  Molds reproduce by creating tiny spores (viable seeds) that usually cannot be seen without magnification. Mold spores continually float through the indoor and outdoor air.  As science has expanded its knowledge in the study of mold hazards, the process of removing mold in any structure has led to incredible ingenuity and technology.  Today, the health field and the insurance industry recognize that commercial mold remediation is a requirement for affected structures whose continued use is necessitated. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County  has been a leader in commercial mold remediation & removal for decades and is licensed and certified in Microbial Containment Remediation.  Our highly-trained technicians have expertise in containment, cleaning, treatment and removal of mold contaminated buildings.  Our technicians receive training and continuing education to stay ahead of the curve in providing the latest in technology to customers for commercial mold & black mold remediation in your commercial building.

Restoring your commercial property after a water damage.

10/7/2019 (Permalink)

Flooding and water damage events at Santa Rosa County, FL commercial properties are often complex with numerous issues that require a knowledgeable and flexible response. Whether we’re dealing with a relatively small water cleanup scenario or a large scale event, we work quickly to assess each unique situation and isolate the damaged area. In many instances, normal operations can continue in a temporary space while we restore your facility.

Restoring Commercial Properties Presents Unique Challenges
Our professionals are trained to be mindful of legal and environmental concerns and strive to fully restore the damaged area while working within your budgetary constraints. We understand that every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. So when an emergency situation arises in your business, give us a call and we’ll be there fast with the help you need.

About SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County
SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County specializes in the cleanup and restoration of commercial and residential property after a water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO’s corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.

WHY THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY OF DIALYSIS CENTERS AND HOSPITALS CAN'T BE NEGLECTED

1/23/2018 (Permalink)

Indoor air quality is a major concern for dialysis centers and hospitals around the country. Dialysis and medical centers are especially vulnerable to mold, which compromises the integrity of air quality. But what makes dialysis centers and hospitals so prone to mold growth, and what does that mean for indoor air quality?  SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County can help with your mold analysis.

If you help operate a dialysis center or a hospital, you can’t afford to overlook the threat that mold poses for your air quality. Here are some of the reasons why your center is vulnerable to mold and why it matters:

Vulnerability: There are quite a few reasons why dialysis centers and hospitals are prone to mold infestations…

  • Dialysis centers: They can harbor multiple mold infestations if they are not properly maintained. Since dialysis centers use reverse osmosis water therapy, moisture is an integral part of the daily practice of dialysis centers.  Improperly maintained dialysis centers can be breeding grounds for mold.
  • Hospitals and medical centers: There is plenty of moisture to go around in hospitals and medical centers. Combine the prevalence of moisture with the combination of all sorts of bacteria and chemicals, and you have a recipe for mold infestation and, as a result, poor indoor air quality.
  • Health: Poor indoor air quality can be detrimental to health, especially for those going through the volatile process of recovery. Airborne mold can cause allergic reactions, such as sneezing, coughing, and bodily irritation. When people are trying to overcome an illness or recover from surgery, the air must be as clean as possible.
  • More mold: Indoor air quality problems can lead to serious mold infestations. If the air quality is not properly regulated, then mold can infest countless surfaces in the building. 

What You Can Do About Your Indoor Air Quality

There are plenty of actions that you can take to make sure that your center meets the highest indoor air quality standards.  We at SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County will be glad to have a mold analysis done and have your results in 24-48 hours.

If you would like to seek the counsel of skilled professionals about your indoor air quality, then contact us at SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County. We have 22 years of experience of assessing and improving air quality, and we can put your worries to rest as you breathe fresh, clean air. We are open 24/7.

SERVPRO Commercial Building Mold Remediation

1/16/2018 (Permalink)

Molds can grow on virtually any substance, as long as moisture or water, oxygen, and an organic source is present. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County can detect and help with any commercial mold issues you may have by providing an analysis.  Molds reproduce by creating tiny spores (viable seeds) that usually cannot be seen without magnification. Mold spores continually float through the indoor and outdoor air.  As science has expanded its knowledge in the study of mold hazards, the process of removing mold in any structure has led to incredible ingenuity and technology.  Today, the health field and the insurance industry recognize that commercial mold remediation is a requirement for affected structures whose continued use is necessitated. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County  has been a leader in commercial mold remediation & removal for decades and is licensed and certified in Microbial Containment Remediation.  Our highly-trained technicians have expertise in containment, cleaning, treatment and removal of mold contaminated buildings.  Our technicians receive training and continuing education to stay ahead of the curve in providing the latest in technology to customers for commercial mold & black mold remediation in your commercial building.

Commericial Air Duct Cleaning

1/14/2016 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County is here to help you improve your indoor air quality. We have the equipment to help you and your employees breathe easier.