IT’S BECOMING COMMON IN THE WORKPLACE
Have you heard of health complaints from your people and would like to know if there is an indoor environment issue that needs attention? Do you suspect an air quality issue at your business?
Despite the character and history of Charleston, our climate presents particular challenges to maintaining a dry and comfortable work space.
IN EVERY AGE BUILDING WATER WANTS IN
Whether you operate out of a historic building or new office, the forces acting on our indoor spaces are formidable and the cumulative affect provides the presence of increased moisture. Without intervention, our work spaces can quickly provide conditions suitable for fungal growth:
- Water Table
- Past Water Damage
- Tidal Flooding
- Wind Driven Rain
“80% of all buildings have had water damage at some point in the past and 50% of all buildings are leaking now” -EPA
YOU’RE NOT A BAD BOSS
Improper remediation of past water damage and/or incorrect HVAC balance can put employees and occupants at risk of inhalation hazards.
If you have mold or other issues, it doesn’t mean you are a negligent employer. It’s just part of the constant battle to be comfortable and dry indoors in the Lowcountry.
We work with the most discerning firms to achieve sustainable air quality solutions by understanding the building, it’s use, and it’s people. We provide air quality testing and mold investigations. We take a comprehensive approach to determine the indoor environment conditions of your Charleston area business and property. We define the root of the problem and devise a specific scope of work that will guarantee the safe removal of mold and harmful pathogens from the space without costly downtime (we are in and out in less than a day).
WE CAN FIX IT
In addition to mold remediation we provide a comprehensive disinfection of the interior volume of the building and HVAC through our proprietary Dry Fog System.
Our two-step dry fog system eliminates the following pathogens
|Species||Count per ml||Time for 100% kill in minutes|
|Bac. subtilis||6 x10^6||2.5|
We serve the following private and public facilities
Conventional disinfection methods generally include spraying and wiping down interior surfaces, however, despite stringent controls, often fail by inadvertently spreading contaminants, using chemicals that expose occupants to hazards, and do not reach all areas