Water and Mold Odors in a Randolph Workshop
The water that flooded a portion of this concrete floor in a Randolph warehouse has been extracted, and the area dried. The persistent odors remain, and this area was treated with a specialized service called "tinting." The rubber base is taped to the pad that houses a large drain pipe to the exterior of the structure. The shortest route to evacuate the malodorous air is here. The lay-flat poly tubing is connected to an air scrubber that cycles ambient air through the unit and tubing, as shown in the After Photo. New, fresh air enters the structures as the stale air is removed; this concept of negative air pressure usage is similar to the HVAC within a home. Our SERVPRO crew has the skills and equipment to overcome most losses caused by water, fire, mold, or flooding. Trust your business to a minimum downtime with our fast service.