Mary Esther Apartment and Mold Damage
A vacant, small condo building in Mary Esther, when not visited by a scheduled inspection and maintenance program, can develop many issues--one being a large mold infestation. The Panhandle of Florida by the Gulf of Mexico holds high average levels of humidity. SERVPRO advises seasonal residents not to suffer the fate of this condominium by using climate control when away for the summer. Keep the HVAC working at the most 80 degrees to reduce the risk of moisture and humidity buildup. Mold proliferation can be prevented with this simple step. The walls and carpeting in this condo required a controlled demolition to remove the non-salvageable components. Our skilled SERVPRO technicians can spray an antimicrobial product on all the exposed walls and framing to disinfect and help prevent future mold growth. Need help? You know who to call.