The EPA recommends immediately discarding anything not thoroughly cleaned 24-48 hours after a flood. Once mold begins to grow, it is difficult to control. Licensed remediation is the only way to truly get rid of it. The cleanup team may need vapor respirators, hand and eye protection, and protective clothing. Aggressive treatment with special detergents and pressure washing with sanitary water will be needed. Untreated mold can later cause damage to the structure itself besides posing health problems and poor air quality in your home.
Carpet, drywall, upholstery, can be professionally dried in many circumstances after flood damage, and repaired to the point that occupants can safely move back into the home.
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