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Wood Decaying Disinfectant Treatment for Flood Damaged Homes
If your home was recently affected by flooding in Texas in the Houston area, Arrow Termite & Pest Control can help you prevent wood decaying damage to your home. You need to remove all flood damage or mold will begin to form.
Wood Disinfectant For Water Damaged Walls
Once you have removed water damaged walls and flooring, Arrow Termite & Pest Control can help you prevent mold from growing. Our wood disinfectant services can help you reduce the chance of further damage, preserve your existing wood and prevent additional decaying or damage.
We’ll Work With You – With or Without Flood Insurance
The recent flooding in Houston affected thousands of homes in areas that did not require flood insurance. We understand your situation, as we were recently affected by flooding in Louisiana in 2016. We will work with you, whether you have insurance or not, to provide you with treatment for your flooded home and provide you with the best pricing available.
Tips to Prevent Mold & Fungus After a Flood
The type of flooding that occured in our area was unexpected and has left many homeowners unsure of how to proceed. Follow these simple tips to help prevent mold from growing in your flood damaged home:
- Discard Porous Materials – Wood and upholstered furniture can trap mold and should be discarded immediately.
- Remove Water Damaged Flooring – Water can get trapped underneath flooring and even after it’s dried may not remove mold spores. Also, water damaged carpet can mold and mildew and should be discarded.
- Increase Ventilation in Your Home – Help ventilate your home by opening windows and make sure to wear protective gloves and possibly a mask when doing a tear down. Dehumidifiers and fans can help speed up the drying process, which can take several days.
- Get Rid of Anything That Can’t Be Cleaned – Anything porous that cannot be cleaned, including wallboard, fiberglass, etc should be discarded. Once the damaged walls have been removed, allow them to dry.