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Dry Ice Blasting Removes Mold and Other Microbial Contaminants

Core, one of the most recognized providers of commercial indoor air quality (IAQ) services, utilizes dry ice remediation techniques to safely remove toxic mold from buildings.

 
PRLog - Jul. 12, 2010 - Today most people recognize that mold and bacteria can cause a host of health issues when found in buildings.  Floods, leaks, plumbing problems and elevated humidity can all cause microbial contaminates to grow in indoor environments.  

When mold is found indoors it can cause a host of medical issues ranging from allergies to infections.  Fungal infections can be caused by inhaling airborne fungal spores and individuals with undeveloped or weakened immune systems are generally the most susceptible.  Allergies are also caused by exposure to mold, not to mention mold is a known trigger for asthma.  

If health issues due to mold contamination aren’t enough for property owners and managers to react, the mold can also decrease property values and lead to costly lawsuits.

When a property is found to be contaminated with mold it needs to be properly remediated to remove the mold.  A leading provider of these services is Core.  They are a renowned provider of indoor air quality services for property owners and building occupants.  Core has extensive expertise in utilizing dry ice blasting to safely and effectively remove mold from all types of structures.  

Core’s dry ice blasting method has many advantages over other mold removal techniques, including:

•   Clean and environmentally friendly
•   Non-abrasive
•   Allows faster more economical mold removal
•   Reaches cracks and corners other methods can’t touch
•   Allows most building materials to be cleaned in place

“Core’s dry ice blasting method removes mold by using compressed air to force dry ice pellets at a very high velocity,” reported Don Makin, Indoor Air Quality Director of Operations for Core.  “This process works to remove the mold from the material surface and allows Core to quickly, safely and economically bring properties back to healthy and clean conditions.”

To learn more about Core please visit http://www.IAQNow.com or http://www.CoreMech.com, email dmakin@CoreMech.com or call (866) 969-0636.

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About Core
Core specializes in indoor air quality for all types of buildings. Services range from air quality inspections, testing, air filtration, installation, maintenance, documenting, cleaning and restoration of building air quality and HVAC systems. The company has over 85 years of combined service and has an extensive profile of accreditations and certifications from leading organizations as well as state and federal regulating bodies.

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Source:Cochrane & Associates, LLC
Phone:866-969-0636
City/Town:Pennsauken - New Jersey - United States
Industry:Construction, Health, Environment
Tags:core, iaq, indoor air quality, mold dry ice, remediation, lead, asbestos, HVAC
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