Bacteria and viruses thrive in gross filth environments, and these situations need to be remediated professionally. Properties impacted by gross filth may attract insects, rodents, and can involve serious health hazards such as:
- C. Diff
- Other bacterial or viral infections
- Allergies and respiratory disorders
If left alone, problems progressively become worse. At Bio-One of Gwinnett County, our highly skilled technicians are trained to help in a timely manner.
Biohazards and gross filth commonly lead to mold growth. All biorecovery mold needs is excess moisture and a warm environment to thrive. In our experience, gross filth fits the bill as a thriving biohazardous area.
Did you know, inside of these areas, it takes as little as 24 hours for mold to grow?
Luckily, our Bio-One teams are equipped with the proper knowledge and tools to remediate most biorecovery mold issues. If it’s found during a gross filth cleanup or other job we’ve been hired to clean, we assess the situation and act quickly.
There is no need to risk prolonged exposure or cross contamination by removing it yourself.