Atlanta GA Mold Removal Non Toxic Phocatox Technology Services Announced

Amazing environmentally friendly Phocatox Technology destroys bacteria causing mold without chemicals.

Canton, United States - March 14, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

BioSweep of Greater Atlanta have announced that they offer mold remediation and odor removal services. The company are experts in eliminating mold, bacteria and odors in peoples homes and businesses.

For more information, please visit the website here: https://www.biosweepga.com.

BioSweep of Greater Atlanta offers a unique non-Toxic service that eliminates unwanted mold, bacteria and odors from homes, businesses, hospitals, hotels, schools and vehicles. The company provides a mobile response throughout the Greater Atlanta GA area.

One of their specialist services is complete mold removal. Exposure of humans to moldy, damp environments can be hazardous to health, causing a range of symptoms from throat irritation through to more serious lung conditions.

The company’s building decontamination and mold clearance technicians are certified mold remediation professionals, who use advanced Phocatox Technology to complete remove the mold and the bacteria that causes it.

This advanced and proven treatment uses the latest in airborne and surface contamination technology, which dismantles the contaminants and removes over 99.99% of mold pathogens.

The dismantled contaminants decay into a harmless residue. BioSweep also creates no hazardous byproducts and is suitable for HVAC systems.After the location is cleaned and bacteria free, then the air ducts can be cleaned and restored to a healthy condition.

Another service offered by BioSweep of Greater Atlanta is odor removal. The company uses innovative Phocatox Technology to remove odors such as pet urine, smoke and food from carpets rugs and furniture.

All services offered by the company use processes which are non-chemical and are environmentally friendly, meaning that they also cause no harm to pets, children or the elderly.

A customer has said of their service from BioSweep: “We bought our home from someone who smoked cigars in it for 20 years. Before we moved in, we tried everything to remove the odor but nothing worked. We gave up and decided to put our home back on the market. A friend told us to call BioSweep of Greater Atlanta instead. They permanently eliminated the odor, and they did it in one day! Great service, great people.”

Those wishing to find out more about BioSweep can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively inquiries can be made on: (678) 274-6509. Additionally information is also found at https://www.oneightysolutions.com

Contact Info:
Name: Melissa Carlo
Email: Send Email
Organization: BioSweep- ONEighty Solutions of Greater Atlanta
Address: 1353 Riverstone Pkwy Suite 120-328, Canton, GA 30114, United States
Phone: +1-678-274-6509
Website: https://www.biosweepga.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 492577

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