Mold Found in an apartment Unit
Tennet says there is an odd moldy smell coming from the Walls in an Apartment Complex
Mold or growth as we call it here at SERVPRO of North Central Mesa can be very hazardous although not all mold is equal.
No two mold jobs are alike, no two Fire jobs are alike, no two water jobs are alike, neither are forensic, biohazards, or hoarding cleanup jobs none are just the same as the one before it.
Before shows like A&E "Hoarders" or "Buried Alive," hoarding is the relatively unknown mental illness. Reality TV shows the worst-of-the-worst of these situations. TV blows things out of proportion. They want all the eye's on their show and don't want you to look away for even an instant. It's like a train wreck; they want to show the gross parts just enough to keep your interest.
So really how accurate are all these different shows? Most will agree to watch a tv show documenting a crew attempt to clean out a disaster scenario is not an accurate depiction of what goes into jobs such as storm or water damage that was left untouched and has cause mold growth, or the most common area of mold growth, the bathroom, from lack of proper ventilation.
Hoarders come in all shapes and sizes, involving many different types of items from trash to treasures, like rare books and other contents.
You can find a hoarder in any place from the cheapest apartments in town to the most expensive neighborhoods. If your friends, family, and loved ones have a hoarding problem and you need someone to come trash out the place for you to start from square one, you know who to call. The water damage restoration company SERVPRO of North Central Mesa.