The Dacula Business Association & Atlanta Mold And Cleaning, LLC

The Dacula Business Association had a “growing” problem on their hands last week as mold began to overtake their home offices in Dacula, Georgia.

Thankfully for The DBA, Atlanta mold remediation experts Atlanta Mold and Cleaning, LLC (www.atlantamoldandcleaning.com) heard through the grapevine (social media sharing) that The Dacula Business Association was in need of some serious mold remediation services, and stepped in to help The DBA rid their offices of the toxic mold.

 

The DBA offices, headquartered in Dacula, Georgia, were recently undergoing renovations and expansions when the mold problem was discovered in the basement area and beneath the floorboards of the main offices.

It wasn’t just a little mold either; it was a significant amount that had not only been growing beneath their feet for quite some time, but they are all lucky to still be alive as mold can be harmful, sometimes fatal, if exposure to it is prolonged.

A  simple and innocent rant/vent on the popular social network Facebook, by one of the DBA employees was shared by a friend, then re-shared by a colleague, and ultimately found its way to the laptop of an executive with Atlanta Mold and Cleaning, who then brought it to the attention of his management team.

And they collectively constructed a plan to rectify this unfortunate situation for The Dacula Business Association, and do their part to keep Georgia clean.

Mold is often found in damp building materials (how the building materials became damp is still under investigation) where it often appears like stains and comes in a variety of colors.

A musty smell is an indication (although not always – as The DBA were unable to detect any unordinary smells) of microbial growth even when there is no visible growth (there was an abundance of visible growth in this case).

If mold is permitted to grow in homes or offices it can cause the air to become very bad. Some molds such as the Dry Rot Fungus, Serpula Lacrymans, are highly destructive.