Members of the APEX Disaster Specialists team are experts in water extraction (removal) and mitigation from your home or business. Water and flood damage can be devastating to your property and take a massive emotional and financial toll. Water damage can be caused by natural disasters, water leaks, and construction defects.
Water damage can be extensive, requiring proper drying of walls, carpet removal, and other procedures to mitigate irreversible damage, such as structural damage and mold infestation. Immediate water extraction and mitigation is necessary to prevent mold growth, wood rot, rusting pipes, and the delaminating of plywood and other materials.
APEX Disaster Specialists is the property owners’ preferred vendor for residential and commercial restoration services. The mission of APEX Disaster Specialists is to protect and rebuild its communities while providing a world-class customer experience. APEX provides guidance and expertise in the areas of residential and commercial remodeling and rebuilding, water extraction, mold remediation, storm and fire damage repair, and biohazard cleanup.
APEX Disaster Specialists has the technology, skill, and expertise to respond clean, remediate, and restore commercial structures and residential properties. Our team adheres to the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restorations Certification (IICRC) Standards for professional water damage restoration, mold remediation, fire and smoke damage restoration, applied microbial remediation, applied structural drying, carpet cleaning, carpet repair and reinstallation, health and safety, odor control, upholstery and fabric cleaning, color repair, textile cleaning, and trauma and crime scene cleanup.
APEX Disaster Specialists are leaders in mold remediation services. Our certified technicians follow strict guidelines to safely remove potentially hazardous mold spores from your home and office. Very important for your health & safety.
The most common questions APEX Disaster Specialists receives involves the dangers of black mold. Black mold can produce aggressive mold spores that can become airborne. These airborne spores can cause serious health problems.
By Jeremy Neel
The claims process typically begins when an insurance customer (insured) contacts their insurance company (insurer) to report a loss. This could stem from a catastrophic event (large community fire or named storm) or a more isolated incident (water heater leak). The insurer processes the claim using its internal field adjusters, customer service representatives, and desk adjusters. They also pay their preferred vendors – the contractors hired by the insurance company – to assist in determining the value of...
by Michael Morrison
Let’s take a look at allergen particulates, such as pollen, dust, smoke and pet dander. These also are naturally occurring and inevitable. However, in order to maintain a healthy indoor air quality, there are ways to prevent an abundance of these particulates entering your home. Changing the air filter in your air conditioning system, wiping surfaces with a damp cloth, and using houseplants as natural air purifiers are just a few ways to help improve the indoor air quality. Infectious illnesses such as colds and flu can also be attributed...
By Jeremy Neel
While we cannot diagnose any health symptoms, we can agree that, according to our research and other third party independent research, mold can have ill effects such as fatigue, sore throat, headaches, coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, sneezing, watery/itchy eyes, and even nose bleeds. These are just a few minor symptoms from mold exposure. Other, more concerning symptoms can include, but are not limited to asthma, depression, chronic sinusitis, respiratory infections, bleeding in the lungs,...