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Water/Flood Cleanup

When you are dealing with water damage, immediate action is crucial. Although you might think that you have the situation under control, water penetration continues even after the floods have receded. This can cause material deterioration, corrosion, and mold and mildew. Water damage can also lead to temporary evacuation.

Every water damage situation is different and requires a unique solution. TechClean has developed proprietary processes to restore your home or business after a flood. Our high volume desiccant dehumidifiers force dry air into a water-damaged building. Deep drying of ambient air coupled with constant air movement causes the moisture in building materials to evaporate much quicker than normal, bringing them back to the moisture content levels before the damage. Computers, furniture and other equipment, as well as wood floors and floor coverings can also be dried using this process. In addition, we can create high-pressure zones to protect areas that had no direct flooding, avoiding future water penetration and further damage.

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Smoke/Fire Cleanup

Fires can be especially devastating to your home or business and the fire and smoke damage cleanup can often prove to be difficult. It is important that you hire a professional to help with the cleanup process because extensive experience is necessary.
Leaving behind smoke can lead to many problems in your home or office, such as powerful odors and corrosion from the ash. TechClean professionals can stop the problem before it starts or before it continues to get worse. It is important that these professionals begin their work as soon as possible in order to keep the problem from worsening. Leftover ash or smoke can discolor various surfaces, plastics, fiberglass, and finishes on appliances, as well tarnish metals. If the problem is not treated, upholstery may also become discolored and wood will eventually need to be replaced.

In order to properly clean smoke and fire damage, the professional must be extremely thorough, something that the professionals at TechClean ensure. Our professionals have extensive experience in smoke and fire damage restoration experience and are able to quickly clean up your home to its original condition. We will determine what can and cannot be saved and will remove any ash residue that has built up and covered surfaces throughout your home or business. Our knowledge and experience also allows us to easily locate the source of the smoke odor, and with the use of special detergents, we will rid your home or office of all odors.

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Odor Control

There are many places that odor can originate from and it is important that you tend to these issues immediately. Remedies such as masking the odor and other short cuts do not work when your odor problem is serious or persistent.

TechClean professionals have the training and equipment to identify and eliminate these harsh odors. Identifying the cause of the odor and determining the conditions in which it contacts any surfaces can efficiently remove the odor over time. Because identifying the root of all odors can be difficult, it is important that you call the professionals at TechClean to step in to help!

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Mold Remediation

Mold can become a problem in any home or business so it is important to handle the situation before it gets worse. Prolonged exposure to active mold in an enclosed area, such as a building, can damage the lungs, mucous membrane, cornea, respiratory tract, stomach, intestines, and skin. Mold can spread throughout a property in as little as 48-72 hours, and can produce allergens and irritants that have the potential to cause other health effects. Mold remediation is a technique that is used to help identify the location and extent of mold in a home or business and then subsequently get rid of the problem.

At TechClean, we are specialists in mold/fungal remediation and control. Our project teams are composed of professionals who are training on a continuing basis and are certified by several of the leading national indoor air quality organizations. In addition to the standard industry arsenal of chemical decontaminates, we have acquired an exclusive license in North America for highly effective biodegradable products that decontaminate anthrax, mold and other pathogens while leaving no toxic residue behind. We also utilize robots, fiber optic imaging and several, TechClean-designed chemical delivery systems to remediate mold.

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Indoor Air Quality Investigation and Testing

At TechClean, our indoor environmental air quality investigation strategy is sophisticated in execution, yet simple in design. The process will identify problem sources, make an accurate diagnosis, and design the appropriate remediation response.

What is “indoor air quality”?

Indoor air quality (also called “indoor environmental quality”) describes how inside air can affect a person’s health, comfort, and ability to work and or function. It can include temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, total VOC’s Formaldehyde lack of outside air (poor ventilation), mold from water damage, airborne particulate, or exposure to other chemicals.

How can I tell if there is an IAQ problem in my workplace or home?

People working in buildings or living in homes with poor IAQ may notice unpleasant or musty odors or may feel that the building is hot and stuffy. Some people complain about symptoms that happen at work and go away when they leave work, or happen at home and go away when they leave home, symptoms like having headaches or feeling tired, sore throat. Fever, cough, and shortness of breath can be symptoms of a more serious problem. Asthma and some causes of pneumonia (for example, Legionnaires’ Disease and Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis) have been linked to IAQ problems. If you have symptoms that are not going away or are getting worse, talk to your doctor about them. But not all exposures cause symptoms, so there is no substitute for good building management.

TechClean’s investigation process emphasizes detailed inspection, air and surface sampling and follow-up analysis. Typical test procedures include airflow, component resistance, temperature, humidity, and surface samplings within all HVAC ductwork as well as within the overall building envelope. An accredited laboratory will perform a follow-up sample analysis. We also conduct performance evaluations on air handling systems and components to ensure that all systems are operating within accepted industry standards.

Our professionals compile the data we acquire during our inspection in an easy-to-read report suitable for presentation to facility managers, boards of directors or other oversight committees responsible for the operation and safety of your facility. The inspection report includes accredited laboratory findings of the various samples we have taken from the site. As part of our report, we also provide you with recommended protocols to remediate any problems found during the investigation.

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Mold Sampling and Air Testing

Mold sampling can tell you whether or not you have a mold problem in your home or office. It can also help you to find hidden mold in your home or office that you didn’t know existed, as well as measure the quality of your air. It is important to test for mold in your home or office because if left untreated these particles can lead to allergies and/or health problems.

Mold testing can give you an accurate idea of how much mold is in a specific area, while air-sampling tests will give the concentration of mold spores in the air. These samples are taken from the air and are then examined under a microscope. This type of test can also help you discover if you a mold problem in your home if you are unable to find the origin of the mold growth. Hiring a professional, such as someone at TechClean, will help ensure that you get the most accurate results.

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Crime Scene/Biohazard Cleanup

Attempting to clean up a crime scene can be challenging. Before you attempt to handle a crime scene cleanup on your own, remember that every drop of blood of body fluid can carry biohazards that can remain infectious for many years. Blood borne infections such as hepatitis and E. coli can continue to thrive in an improperly decontaminated home. Other bodily fluids left in floors, carpets, or baseboards can cause the growth of bacteria, mold, and fungus that can pose health risks for many years. That is why you need professional crime scene cleanup technicians to make sure your home is sanitized and not just surface clean.

Once we are on the scene, TechClean technicians begin immediately decontaminating and removing any blood, tissue or body fluids that resulted from the crime. Our technicians cleanup and remove fingerprint dust or tear gas used by the police. We follow OSHA regulations to the letter and use only EPA registered hospital grade cleansers and disinfectants.
When you are searching for a qualified crime scene clean up company, TechClean is ready to help. It is our priority to ensure that you, your family, and your property are protected from all potential biohazards.

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Raccoon and Rodent Cleanup

Raccoon and rodents can leave your home with severe health risks as well as terrible smells. They can also leave behind harmful bacteria, such as ticks and parasites that can lead to many problems in both your home and your immune system. It is important to take precaution when cleaning up rodent-infested areas because the rodent might have carried bacteria, viruses, or other diseases. Remember not to disturb dust particles, rodent feces, or nest materials because this could lead to a spreading of harmful particles.

When dealing with raccoon and rodent clean up, it is important to take preventative action. Sealing entry points within your home and business is the first tip for keeping these types of animals out of your home or business. Also, be sure to keep all food securely stored away so that rodents cannot get to them. Rodents and other disruptive and unwelcome animals thrive in moist areas, therefore it is important to regularly fix leaks and use systems such as dehumidifiers to keep moist areas dry.

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Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging surveys are both non-invasive and non-destructive methods for detecting hidden moisture in buildings.

Infrared roof inspection is a proven method for detecting trapped moisture problems in flat roofs. Thermal roof inspections are also required by roofing manufacturers in order to issue product warranties.

Due to the high cost of replacing a damaged roof, Thermographic roof inspections should be performed whenever a building is purchased, sold or leased.

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