Keep Your Nursery Mold Free With Maintenance Cleaning

Keep Your Nursery Mold Free With Maintenance Cleaning

Growing plants for consumption and medicinal use can be tricky. The damp conditions inside a nursery building with an active hydroponics system are also the perfect conditions for mold and algae growth. Keeping your building clean and free of unwanted contaminants is as much part of growing healthy, high-quality plants as it is a part of maintaining your licenses.

Regular descaling and clean-up of the concrete, plexiglass and other surfaces inside your nursery is necessary to maintain a healthy environment for your plants. However, keeping trained staff on hand to handle decontamination and remediation is expensive. Contracting with a local company with experience providing abatement services in your industry helps to reduce the workload of your employees while increasing the quality and viability of your plants and your product.

Reducing the existence of mold, algae and other contaminants will help to ensure the health and safety of your plants. Mold colonies can quickly take over if left unchecked, infecting your plants and the equipment you use to care for them. Having a professional team of contractors who are familiar with your industry and the nursery environment will help you to ensure that your plants and your business stay healthy. 24/7 Flood Response is a locally owned company with experience remediating for water damage, fungal and algae growth in the marijuana production industry. They understand that your plants are an at-risk investment and the difficulties indoor hydroponics nurseries can face.

Based in the Denver area, “24/7 Flood Response” knows these steps and ensures that you can get back on your feet as soon as possible. We are timely, diligent, experienced, and ready to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!


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