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Eradicate Mold Smartly, Safely with a Reusable Containment System

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Dealing with mold should never be taken lightly. If not properly dealt with, the fungus will linger and spread. Traditionally, restoration methods have been costly, cumbersome and still have the potential for unwanted spores to spread. Luckily, there are remediation systems on the market that are designed to be safe, cost-effective and reduce waste.


Cost and Waste of Traditional Methods
An essential component of the process is creating a containment system around the affected area. This helps minimize the chances of spores finding a new home, as well as provides safe questions for the task at hand. Unfortunately, setting the area up requires numerous materials and may not provide all the protection needed. Typical materials needed include:

Plastic sheeting
Duct tape and painter’s tape
Zippered door
Negative air machine
Various tools

Once the barrier is set up and the work is done, it means taking everything down and properly disposing of it. That means added waste and having to repurchase everything for the next job.
An Easier, Safer Solution
While eradicating the mold is important, how it is done no longer has to mean the environment and budgets taking a hit. There are now environmentally friendly containment systems available that are designed to be reused. Along with fungus control, they can also be used for other materials and substances, as well as minimizing dust and debris. While they have an upfront cost, they offer maximum savings down the road. These systems offer versatility so setup is easier and custom fit for the unique job. The ability to reuse the system minimizes costs associated with labor and materials, as well as makes a smaller impact on the environment, which is always an important factor.
Dealing with mold needs to be handled the right way. Make it easier and more budget-friendly with systems designed for maximum safety and protection that can be reused.

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