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Sometimes, people assume that their insurance company is going to cover anything that happens to their home. However, that isn't the case. While certain things are covered automatically under your insurance policy, others aren't. If you don't have special coverage in place to handle these items, you could find yourself being hit with thousands of dollars in repair costs when something goes wrong. Mold remediation is one of those things that often isn't covered on your insurance policy without a special addendum. Here's what you need to know about mold remediation.
It requires special equipment.
You cannot just go in there and start wiping mold away. You may need special equipment and tools to get the job done right. When the mold contamination is severe, specialists have to use special gloves, goggles, breathing masks and suits to eliminate the chance of their breathing it in and getting sick from the contamination. They also have special equipment that works to sterilize the environment and restore it to its normal state.
It's hazardous to your health.
Breathing in mold spores could end up making you quite sick. Your respiratory and immune system will take a major hit and end up causing you to struggle to breathe. Children are even more susceptible to these contaminants. Depending on the severity of the problem, you could wind up in the hospital trying to recover from the black mold and get it out of your system.
It could be quite costly to repair.
Mold remediation specialists may have to come in and tear all of the mold out to get to the bottom of it. If any mold is left behind, it will end up growing and festering into something all over again. This only starts your problem over again and eliminates all of the hard work that was done trying to treat it the first time around. Environmental specialists have the right tools to make sure nothing is left behind. If the mold got deep into your walls, you end up having to replace drywall, wood, wiring and a whole host of other things along the way. The larger the space, the more money you pay.
Don't wait around for mold to take over your home. The minute you notice something isn't right, you need to have something done about it. Allowing it to fester only amplifies the problem. Turn to environmental specialists, such as A. G. Wassenaar, Inc., who can help get the problem taken care of for you, but first, make sure your insurance policy has you covered to prevent your pocketbook from being drained.Share
2 December 2015