Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Mold and Health effects,

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Understanding Exposure To Mold.
In understanding how exposure to mold might cause or contribute to illnesses it is useful to distinguish among the meanings of the words allergenic, pathogenic, and toxic effects that exposure to something might explain. Allergenic – causing allergic Reactions – rhinitis, sinusitis, asthma, skin problems, otherPathogenic – Produces Infections, caused by pathogens such as bacteria or virusesMould Smell Illnesses – headaches, vomiting, nausea, blocked noses, and asthmatic [MVOC’s–DF]Toxic Illnesses – where mold is involved, may be produced by mycotoxins that are produced by some, not all, mold species.

Note that even for a “toxic” mold species; the actual level of toxicity can vary significantly depending on growing conditions such as the growth substrate (what the mold is feeding-on), humidity, moisture, and other factors.
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Respiratory Illnesses –Digestive Tract Illnesses – liver diseases: fibrosis and necrosis; vomiting, diarrhoea, intestinal bleeding Reproductive Illnesses – infertility, variations in reproductive and hormonal cycle Highly Serious Illnesses – Cancer, Tuberculosis, Lupus, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Chronic Fatigue Disorder (CFS), Fibromyalgi, Epstein-Barr, aspergillosisMicrobial Volatile Organic Compounds:MVOCs(Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds)MVOCs & Moldy OdorsMicrobial Volatile Organic Compounds (MVOCs) are gases produced by mold. The musty odor which you might smell from mold is caused by MVOCs. These odors are actually chemicals which are produced my moulds during some parts of the mold’s growth cycle.Laboratory experiments have identified over 200 compounds as MVOCs. They are commonly made up of strong chemicals such as aldehydes, benzenes, tulolenes and many more.When Does Mold Produce MVOCsSome molds produce different MVOCs depending on conditions such as how much moisture is available and what material the mold is growing on. However MVOCs are only produced at all when mold is actively growing (which depends on certain conditions such as humidity, temperature, air pressure and light.This is because MVOCs are the waste products created by mold as it grows.So if you can smell MVOCs from mold it is a sign that mold is actively growing in your home and that you should remediate the mould problem as soon as possible.More Mold Signs Removing MVOCsEven if you cannot see mold, the musty smell of MVOCs can alert you to the presence of mold growing somewhere in your home hidden from view. MVOCs can be doing damage to your health even if no mold growth is visible in your home.Where Mold Grows get a Mold Inspection for help with finding mold in your home.Once mold growth has been removed from a home some MVOCs may still be present as they can remain ingrained in permeable items such as clothes, carpets, upholstered furniture and curtains. These moldy odors can be hard to remove.Symptoms Caused by MVOCsMVOCs can cause symptoms like headaches, nausea, dizziness and fatigue. MVOCs may also irritate the eyes and the mucus membranes of the nose and throat. However, because research on MVOCs is still at an early stage, not everything is yet known

about MVOCs and our reactions to them.

•Mycotoxins:Mycotoxins are toxins produced by some species of mold (myco means fungal). These mycotoxins are some of the most toxic substances in existence.Mycotoxin TypesSome of the different types of mycotoxins are:•Aflatoxins (produced by Aspergillus) – includes Aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, G2, M1 and M2•Ochratoxin – includes Ochratoxin A, B, and C•Trichothecene (produced by Stachybotrys) – includes Satratoxin-H, Vomitoxin and T-2 mycotoxins•Fumonisins – includes Fumonisin B1 and B2•Zearalenone Killing MycotoxinsMycotoxins aren’t actually alive like mold spores. So when we talk about “killing mycotoxins” it really means breaking down mycotoxins and their toxicity so they are no longer dangerous to humans.It takes fire at 500 degrees Fahrenheit (260 degrees Celsius) for half an hour or fire at 900 degrees Fahrenheit (482 degrees Celsius) for 10 minutes to destroy trichothecene mycotoxins.Ozone is supposed to kill most or all mycotoxins. However the level of ozone you need to kill mycotoxins is not safe for humans. So the use of an ozone generator there must be no one in the house..Mycotoxins do eventually break down and lose their toxicity after some time. Some types of mycotoxins can take several years though, for example trichothecene mycotoxins which are among the most resilient.How small are Mycotoxins?Like mold spores, mycotoxins are too small for us to see with the naked eye. Mycotoxins are as small as 0.1 microns. Mold spores are between 1 and 20 microns. Human hair, for comparison, is about 100 microns thick.How do Mycotoxins Enter the Human Body?When people are around toxic mould they are usually exposed to airborne mycotoxins by breathing them in. These mycotoxins end up in the lungs and cause breathing problems and other severe symptoms.

What are VOCs?

Volatile organic compounds are chemicals used to manufacture and maintain building materials, interior furnishing, cleaning products and personal care products. “Volatile” means that these chemicals evaporate or can easily get into the air at room temperature. “Organic” means these chemicals are carbon based. The term “chemical emissions” refers to VOCs as they evaporate into the air from products.

Studies by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S.EPA) and other researchers have found that VOCs are common in indoor environments and that their levels may be two to a thousand times higher than outdoors. There may be anywhere from 50 to hundreds of individual VOCs in the indoor air at any one time. Some may produce objectionable odors at very low levels, but many have no noticeable smell. Many VOCs are irritants and can cause headaches, eye, nose and throat irritation and dizziness. Long-term exposure to certain VOCs may lead to chronic diseases or cancer. At high concentrations, some VOCs are toxic.

Where are VOCs Found?

The majority of VOCs found in the indoor environments and originate from building materials, indoor furnishings, cleaning supplies, consumer products and processes, such as printing, cooking, hobbies, cleaning, interior renovations and pesticide applications.

Results from studies conducted as part of the state of Washington’s East Campus Plus Program showed that 96 percent of the VOCs found in a large office building following construction resulted from the materials used to construct and furnish the building.

Volatile organic compounds are found in a number of products, including:

Furniture, Paint, Drywall, Bedding, Paint strippers, Adhesives/glues, Solvents, Upholstery and other textiles, Carpet, Cleaning products, Copy machine toners, Office supplies, Electronic equipment, Dry-cleaned clothing, Building materials

A few common VOCs in homes, offices and schools include:

Formaldehyde, Decane, Butoxyethanol, Isopentane, Limonene, Styrene, Xylenes, Perchloroethylene, Methylene, Chloride, Toluene, Vinyl chloride

Means of Chemical Exposure

There are three ways in which people are exposed to chemicals: ingestion, dermal absorption and inhalation. Ingestion occurs when materials that have chemical content are eaten or placed in the mouth.  Dermal absorption occurs when chemicals come into contact with the skin.  While these are both significant forms of chemical exposure, the majority of everyday chemical exposure occurs through the air we breathe in our homes, offices, schools and other indoor environments. These airborne chemicals are commonly referred to as volatile organic compounds (VOC’s).

Health Problems Caused by Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Many factors determine if people get sick from exposure to indoor pollutants, including the type of pollutant, its concentration, the duration of exposure, the method of exposure (inhalation, ingestion or dermal absorption) and the individual sensitivities of those exposed. Building conditions, such as the amount of ventilation, age of the building, indoor temperature and humidity levels, can also have an impact.

Health Impacts

Indoor Air Quality and Your Health

People spend the majority of their time indoors, where they face significant health risks due to repeated exposure to air pollutants in their homes, offices, schools and other indoor environments. Exposure to these pollutants can lead to numerous immediate and long-term health problems. Common pollutants include respirable particles, chemical emissions, mold spores, animal allergens, radon, combustion gases, smoke and pesticides.

Immediate or Acute Health Effects:           

Headaches •Eye, nose and throat irritation •Allergic skin reaction •Difficulty breathing •Nausea and/or vomitingConfusion •Loss of coordination •Dizziness •Fatigue •Nosebleeds

Health Problems Associated With Mold

Health problems caused by mold may be acute, which occur immediately, or within a few days of exposure. Health problems may also be chronic, which are long-term health effects that might not occur immediately.

 

Acute health problems associated with indoor mold exposure include:

Irritated eyes, nose and throat Headache Difficulty with concentrating or short-term memory

These symptoms together are often called sick building syndrome, but are more correctly referred to as building-related symptoms. Generally, acute symptoms resolve when the person is removed from exposure. However, mold exposure may also aggravate chronic conditions, such as allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and  hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and may trigger asthma and allergy attacks.

Overview of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Indoor Air is 2 to 5 Times More Polluted Than Outdoor Air

Most of our exposure to environmental pollutants occurs by breathing the air indoors. These pollutants come from activities, products and materials we use every day. The air in our homes, schools and offices can be 2 to 5 times more polluted, and in some cases 100 times more polluted, than outdoor air.

People Spend 90% of Their Time Indoors

Indoor air quality is a significant concern, because when the hours spent sleeping, working in offices or at school are added up, people on average spend the vast majority of their time indoors where they are repeatedly exposed to indoor air pollutants. In fact, the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) estimates that the average person receives 72 percent of their chemical exposure at home, which means the very places most people consider safest paradoxically exposes them to the greatest amounts of potentially hazardous pollutants.

What Contributes to Poor Indoor Air Quality?

The primary sources of indoor exposure to airborne chemicals are products used in interior environments, including furnishings, building materials and other household and office products, that can emit thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and particles into the air. Of all the culprits that can affect IAQ, chemical emissions are the most harmful as they can contribute to a wide range of health effects.

Mold in San Francisco

Moisture problems are another common source of indoor air pollution as they can lead to indoor mold growth. Mold can also emit VOCs and particulates, compromising indoor air quality and leading to negative health effects.  Since it is impossible to eliminate mold spores, the best way to reduce the impact of mold on indoor air quality is to prevent or promptly repair the moisture problems that enable mold growth.

Particulates

The particles emitted from products such as furnishings, building materials and other household and office products are another source of indoor air pollution. Airborne particulates can also come from dirt and dust that is tracked in from outdoors. Particulates can trigger allergies and other respiratory problems in many people.  Installing walk-off mats at doorways and changing air filters regularly are both good strategies to limit these pollutants.

Poor Ventilation

Most of the buildings in which people spend the majority of their time are tightly sealed and insulated to keep out unconditioned outdoor air. Furthermore, most ventilation systems are designed to bring in very little outdoor air and instead recirculate the indoor air that has already been heated or cooled. While this strategy is effective for minimizing energy costs, it can have a negative impact on indoor air quality.

Contact Dryfast/ Mold removal San Francisco for  mold testing/ mold investigating/ mold inspections/ mold removal/ mold cleaning/ black ceiling mold removal/ mold issues/ Indoor sanitising/odors/odor treatments/germs/bacteria/bacteria testing.

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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Mold Cleaning Guide, Mold Remediation

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EPA Home Air Indoor Air Mold and Moisture.
A Brief Guide to Mold...Cleanup Guidelines.
A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home Mold Cleanup Guidelines.

Table of Contents Mold Basics Mold Cleanup Mold Cleanup Guidelines What to Wear When Cleaning Moldy Areas Moisture and Mold Prevention and Control Tips Hidden Mold.

Tips and techniques:

The tips and techniques presented in this section will help you clean up your mold problem.  Professional cleaners or remediators may use methods not covered in this publication.  Please note that mold may cause staining and cosmetic damage.  It may not be possible to clean an item so that its original appearance is restored.

Mold growing on the underside of a plastic lawn chair in an area where rainwater drips through and deposits organic material. Click on the image for a larger version.

Mold growing on a piece of ceiling tile.Click on the image for a larger version.

Fix plumbing leaks and other water problems as soon as possible.  Dry all items completely.
 Scrub mold off hard surfaces with detergent and water, and dry completely.
 Absorbent or porous materials, such as ceiling tiles and carpet, may have to be thrown away if they become moldy.  Mold can grow on or fill in the empty spaces and crevices of porous materials, so the mold may be difficult or impossible to remove completely.
 Avoid exposing yourself or others to mold (see discussions: What to Wear When Cleaning Moldy Areas and Hidden Mold).
 Do not paint or caulk moldy surfaces.  Clean up the mold and dry the surfaces before painting.  Paint applied over moldy surfaces is likely to peel.
 If you are unsure about how to clean an item, or if the item is expensive or of sentimental value, you may wish to consult a specialist.  Specialists in furniture repair, restoration, painting, art restoration and conservation, carpet and rug cleaning, water damage, and fire or water restoration are commonly listed in phone books.  Be sure to ask for and check references.  hire a licensed Contractor.

BATHROOM TIP

Places that are often or always damp can be hard to maintain completely free of mold.  If there's some mold in the shower or elsewhere in the bathroom that seems to reappear, increasing ventilation (running a fan or opening a window) and cleaning more frequently will usually prevent mold from recurring, or at least keep the mold to a minimum

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Water Damage Restoration Guide

San Francisco Water Damage Restoration Guide. 415-861-8003
EPA presents strategies to respond to water damage within 24-48 hours. These guidelines are designed to help avoid the need for remediation of mold growth by taking quick action before growth starts. If mold growth is found on the materials listed in Table 1, refer to Table 2 for guidance on remediation. Depending on the size of the area involved and resources available, professional assistance may be needed to dry an area quickly and thoroughly.

Go to Table 2 | Go back to Investigating, Evaluating, and Remediating Moisture and Mold Problems

Water-Damaged Material †ActionsBooks and papersFor non-valuable items, discard books and papers.Photocopy valuable/important items, discard originals.Freeze (in frost-free freezer or meat locker) or freeze-dry.Carpet and backing - dry within 24-48 hours §Remove water with water extraction vacuum.Reduce ambient humidity levels with dehumidifier.Accelerate drying process with fans.Ceiling tilesDiscard and replace.Cellulose insulationDiscard and replace.Concrete or cinder block surfacesRemove water with water extraction vacuum.Accelerate drying process with dehumidifiers, fans, and/or heaters.Fiberglass insulationDiscard and replace.Hard surface, porous flooring §(Linoleum, ceramic tile, vinyl)Vacuum or damp wipe with water and mild detergent and allow to dry; scrub if necessary.Check to make sure underflooring is dry; dry underflooring if necessary.Non-porous, hard surfaces
(Plastics, metals)Vacuum or damp wipe with water and mild detergent and allow to dry; scrub if necessary.Upholstered furnitureRemove water with water extraction vacuum.Accelerate drying process with dehumidifiers, fans, and/or heaters.May be difficult to completely dry within 48 hours. If the piece is valuable, you may wish to consult a restoration/water damage professional who specializes in furniture.Wallboard
(Drywall and gypsum board)May be dried in place if there is no obvious swelling and the seams are intact. If not, remove, discard, and replace.Ventilate the wall cavity, if possible.Window drapesFollow laundering or cleaning instructions recommended by the manufacturer.Wood surfacesRemove moisture immediately and use dehumidifiers, gentle heat, and fans for drying. (Use caution when applying heat to hardwood floors.)Treated or finished wood surfaces may be cleaned with mild detergent and clean water and allowed to dry.Wet paneling should be pried away from wall for drying.
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* If mold growth has occurred or materials have been wet for more than 48 hours, consult Table 2 guidelines. Even if materials are dried within 48 hours, mold growth may have occurred. Items may be tested by professionals if there is doubt. Note that mold growth will not always occur after 48 hours; this is only a guideline.

These guidelines are for damage caused by clean water. If you know or suspect that the water source is contaminated with sewage, or chemical or biological pollutants, then Personal Protective Equipment and containment are required by OSHA. An experienced professional should be consulted if you and/or your remediators do not have expertise remediating in contaminated water situations. Do not use fans before determining that the water is clean or sanitary.

† If a particular item(s) has high monetary or sentimental value, you may wish to consult a restoration/water damage specialist.

§ The subfloor under the carpet or other flooring material must also be cleaned and dried. See the appropriate section of this table for recommended actions depending on the composition of the subfloor.
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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Property Restoration Information San Francisco

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Water Damage  in San Francisco can be catastrophic. Unfortunately, it's a city  where buildings are old and cause water damages. -  and of course, flooding -- commonly occur, causing water damage to millions worth of property. When such tragedies take place, specifically in the case of flooding, professional water damage restoration technicians need to step in immediately for several reasons:

Flooded structures can take weeks before drying out.The foundation of buildings can be damaged by rotting and deterioration as a result of water remaining underneath floors.Corrosion resulting from water penetration can attack electrical equipment, as well as its wiring, endangering anyone who enters the structure.The surfaces of the structure may be lined with asbestos and other dangerous contaminants left by flood waters, again a safety hazard.Paper products can deteriorate quickly and may be prone to growing molds.

Dryfast of San Francisco can  Help You

Fortunately,  Dryfast Services provides water damage restoration any hour in the day to immediately respond to your needs. In fact, upon inspecting your property, we will make every effort to bill your insurance provider so that we can begin our work of saving the most of what we can.

This is what you can expect of our restoration services for water damage:

Knowledgeable, skillful, and certified personnel will promptly attend to your needs. (Certification is provided by the IICRC - Nationally recognized authority in our industry.)An itemised report and/or a detailed quotation, covering all recommended restoration work to be done, will immediately be provided.Any standing water will be extracted as soon as possible.Any furniture, carpet, or flooring -- even the structure itself -- will be dried and restored right away to minimize water damage.If needed, deodorising and disinfecting will be applied. Electronics and equipment affected by water damage will be recorded and restored.Wet documents will be recorded, dried, and restored.A quotation for items that cannot be replaced and need to be restored (including carpets and vinyl) will be provided.Any furniture or flooring soiled by floodwater will be cleaned.

Professional  Water Damage Restoration, Not Just a Quick Fix

When a structure is hit by flooding, the most common remedy applied for the situation is simply drying any visible moisture. For instance, if a carpet is wet, windows are opened and fans or dryers are used on the carpet to dry it. Wet vacuuming may then follow to remove any dirt that floodwater may have brought in and left.
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The problem with such a remedy is that it fixes the appearance of the problem but not the problem itself: internal moisture. The carpet may appear dry but the flooring under it isn't, creating ideal conditions for mold to grow.

We don't settle for such ineffective fixes. Our trained personnel in San Francisco  will use only the best and most advanced professional tools to ensure that all moisture left from flooding is eliminated from carpets, floors, subfloors, underlays, walls, skirting, contents, and ceilings. When no moisture is left behind, no mold grow -- saving you from the terrible experience of a foul smell enveloping your structure weeks after flooding has subsided.

The professional readings we take include the following:

Sheetrock readings, concrete readings, wood floor readings, temperature readings, non-penetrating, readings grains per pound, air readings, underlayment and carpet readings

All of these readings are carefully taken to ensure that your structure and your belongings are saved from further damage and deterioration.

Would you rather hire a supposed restoration service provider that simply asks, "Is this carpet dry enough?" without carrying out real tests and paying attention to necessary details? If you wouldn't, call Dryfast Water Damage Service of San Francisco! Call.

Dryfast of San Francisco prides itself with the speedy response it can provide to meets your needs. For your water damage restoration needs, don't hesitate to call us immediately so that we can do the best job for you.

We use only the best equipment for disaster recovery.
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Monday, June 8, 2015

Flood and Water Damage San Francisco

San Francisco's premier Water Damage Restoration Company, 415-861-8003 ,
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Flood Damage San Francisco, California.

Flood damage is an unfortunate situation that we all wish we could avoid, however sometimes it happens extremely quickly before you have a chance to realise what is going on!

We are experts in Flood damage

We have experience and expertise in repairing water and flood damage arising from:

Leaking or collapsed roofs, Burst water pipes – internally and externally, Sewage issues such as back flow and septic tank malfunctions, Excess stormwater run offHot water system leaks, malfunctions and backfiring, Washing machine Water overflow Sink, toilet and bathtub overflow (as well as blockage)

Dryfast are the experts in flood damage and restoration in San Francisco, Bay Area, we have been servicing families in distress for over 13 years, and have seen everything when it comes to flood damage.

You are in good hands, Hire Dryfast of San Francisco for your emergency situation.

In a flood damage situation, you need to act fast! Every moment wasted is costing you money in damage, so do not hesitate to contact us if you’re in a flood damage situation now 24/7.

Our skilled and friendly technicians work quickly to clean up flood damage to your home/office, repairing any water damage and stopping any further damage.

We provide full flood damage restoration services for any size of building – whether it be residential, commercial or industrial in nature.

Inspection – we will perform a thorough inspection and identify the contaminated areas Save/relocate undamaged possessions, Safe disposal of any non-restorable or lost materials Commence repair treatment using specialised  hot water extraction  (this is our highly advanced technology) Eliminate the growth of mold using anti-microbial solutions and other advanced mold prevention methods. Strategically set up our commercial grade blowers to restore and dry the water damaged area and aid circulation to the building, Utilising industrial dehumidifiers which ensures excess moisture from flooding is evaporated as fast as possible, stopping further damage.
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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Flood emergency, same as Water Damage Restoration.

In San Francisco we do have the quickest emergency response time! proven , we respond at least an hour earlier!

When a sprinkler pipe bursts, it can cause the water to penetrate through the ceilings affecting the structure, floor coverings and contents. Immediate response is vital.

We were informed of this occurrence and arrived on site within 60 minutes. Our client had 4 levels affected; the concrete surfaces of the roof and generator room were covered in approximately 6 inches of water upon arrival. Carpet tiles throughout the levels were inundated with water. Debris from the ceiling had fallen as a result of the water ingress and affected the carpet tiles and some contents within each level.

It is important to professionally make safe, extract all excess water, relocate, protect and clean furniture, commence debris removal and install rapid drying equipment systems.

Dryfast of San Francisco,  performed the preliminary mitigation and make safe activities and kept business interruption to a minimum. Professional restoration is the best choice for any water damage situation, the best cleaning companies have strategic partnerships with restoration specialists like Excel Group since it provides the fastest and most efficient repair and recovery time, available at a moment’s notice to meet your needs in your time of need.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Step by step Water Damge guide San Francisco

Welcome to Dryfast Water Damage Guide, San Francisco, California

At Dryfast of San Francisco we understand how devastating any form of damage can be to your home. That is why we offer quality service performed using superior equipment to provide you with the water damage and cleaning services you require.

Repairing Your Home.

With water damage it may seem your home can no longer offer you the safety and comfort on which you depend. We offer safe, rapid and effective water damage services to help bring your home back to a living state and bring your floors and carpets back to usable condition.

Professional  Equipment

Our company uses commercial grade equipment to make sure we get the job done quickly and effectively. Our equipment offers superior moisture and water extraction and we will also help prevent further moisture damage and ensure the risks for the onset of mould growth are eliminated.

Highly Trained Professionals

We have highly trained professionals fully versed in the proper use of our high tech equipment. They understand the importance of your home and the importance of getting your family home safe and sound as soon as possible.

Clean and Fresh

We also offer cleaning services for all your carpet cleaning needs from wet cleaning to dry cleaning. You can depend on us to beautify your home and we can also assist with moisture damage, eliminate mould and help prevent further growth.
If your home has suffered from water damage, call us today. Our team will get to work to bring your family home where they belong.
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