United Water Restoration: Renters Must Outline Structural Damage Issues with Landlords to Ensure Quick Repair
While many Americans are aware of the dangers of mold growth in homes, renters may not be as clear as to who is responsible for fixing the situation. United Water Restoration Group specializes in mold remediation, and explains why quick action is ess
Holly Hill, Florida (I-Newswire) September 11, 2012 - No matter where it happens, indoor mold growth can present a lot of problems that include structural damage and increased health risks. However, according to a recent article from The Tahlequah Daily Press, those who rent apartments or homes may find mold remediation to be an even greater problem as compared to those who own their own homes. The article explains that several issues renters may face if they discover mold growth in their building; while remediation is necessary to prevent further damage and protect health, a landlord may be reluctant to pay to have the growth removed. United Water Restoration Group, a Florida-based repair company, specializes in the cleanup and treatment of mold and expands on common problems that renters face when they discover mold growth.
However, according to the article, it may take a long time for a tenant to discover mold growth; in some cases, individuals do not realize the presence of mold until they present allergic reactions or respiratory-related health problems. While there are some steps that can help prevent mold—such as by fixing leaky pipes and addressing water stains—if the contaminant is already growing, it will only continue to spread unless professional action is taken. As experts in the field, United Water Restoration technicians use advanced technology to detect, remove and prevent mold from growing within a given area.
The article stresses the importance of addressing the problem with a landlord before it even happens; if a tenant and landlord clearly go over and outline issues in a rental agreement, both parties should be aware of what course of action is to be taken if mold is discovered. In a recent press statement, United Water Restoration Group responds to this common problem, “A common problem for apartment renters and condo owners is determining which party is held responsible for structural damage. Through our years of experience, we have found that when damage occurs in a unit, condo owners are often surprised to find that the housing association does not cover certain areas of repair costs—including mold remediation. This article is correct in that it is important to read the initial contract to find out what the tenant and landlord are responsible for. United Water Restoration will work to treat and restore mold, fire or water damage in many different properties and we also work to bill the responsible party’s insurance. Knowing what you are responsible for can save a lot of headache in the future.”
United Water Restoration Group is a structural repair company with offices located throughout the state of Florida. The company specializes in mold remediation, sewage and water removal, along with storm and fire damage repair. The company maintains solid customer support and offers 24/7 emergency response.
To learn more about the company’s flooding repair services, visit www.unitedwaterrestoration.com.
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Published On:September 11, 2012
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