Your Guide to Mold Protection Levels
Not everything natural is good for you. Take mold, for example. It operates in dark, musty places, and is mostly unseen, but it can wreak havoc on your health. If you suspect mold, it is important to get it removed right away.
When removing mold, the protection level that workers use is determined by the amount of mold contamination. Contamination levels are classified as I, II, III, and IV. The lowest level, I, refers to smaller areas of 10 square feet or fewer, and level II is 10-30 square feet. Removal can be performed by trained building staff for these levels. For level III, (30-11 square feet) and level IV, only professionals should attempt remediation. At those levels only those who are trained in handling of hazardous materials are to work at removal. They must also use proper protective equipment like gloves and eye protection, and be outfitted with respiratory equipment.
It is not only those who occupy a mold-infested building who are at risk. Removing mold requires the proper protection level to make sure everyone stays safe.
Professional Mold Removal in Minnesota
When water or fire damage occurs in your Minnesota home or business, call Capital City Construction & Remediation to begin the recovery process. Our team understands how challenging water damage, mold damage or fire damage can be to you and the inhabitants of your home or commercial center. You do not have time to work with the wrong contractor. Our recovery solutions have been successfully employed hundreds of times across the Twin Cities area. You can contact us online or by calling 651-994-6844.