Remediation Through State-Of-The-Art Equipment
By using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, Barnhizer & Associates, Inc. can effectively mitigate damages to the structure and contents of the facility. Our HEPA-VAC systems and air scrubbers will eliminate mold and other growths as well as the potential for mold spores to spread throughout the rest of the facility. Once the growths are removed, our technicians can seal the affected areas, reducing the chances that mold will grow in that area in the future.
What's Behind Your Walls?
Barnhizer & Associates, Inc. uses state-of-the-art equipment to inspect your wall interiors for mold growth. Our infrared cameras and scopes see behind the walls for potential water damage that can cause mold growth. We will help you to evaluate and identify the cause of the mold and the proper steps to remove the mold and keep your staff safe.
In the presence of high humidity or standing water, mold has a chance to grow and become visible on the surfaces of your healthcare facility. The presence of visible mold on your surfaces can cause potential health problems when the spores are released into the air and then breathed in. In as little as 72 hours, mold can start to grow because of standing water or high humidity. When visible mold is found, it needs to be remediated properly in order to ensure the safety of your staff from airborne spores and to stop it from potentially spreading.
Barnhizer & Associates, Inc. has mold inspectors who have certifications through the IICRC in mold remediation. This means when you have a mold inspection at your facility, you can expect a thorough inspection and proper recommendations based on industry guidelines. Our mold inspectors can walk you through the remediation process and what necessary actions need to be taken in order to eliminate the current problem and any possible issues in the future.
Barnhizer & Associates, Inc. can handle all of your mold remediation needs. Our technicians follow strict industry guidelines for mold remediation by utilizing New York City Guidelines and our training from the IICRC and EPA