Los Angeles, CA, February 08, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Building Cleaning Services (BCS) (http://buildingcleaningservices.net), recommends the public download a list of more than 300 studies linking contaminants in water-damaged and mold-impacted buildings with various illnesses.
The list was compiled by www.MomsAware.org, an organization whose mission is to provide practical assistance to families and individuals harmed by toxic mold, and to raise public awareness of the negative impact of toxic mold, chemicals, pesticides, and other environmental hazards on their health.
The website offers a list of studies that may be downloaded and shared with others who need to know the connection between water-damaged buildings and adverse health conditions.
Kathy Liverance, co-owner of Building Cleaning Services, stated: “We urge the public to take advantage of this information compiled by MomsAware.org, linking various health problems with mold and water damage. And we urge anyone who suspects they have mold in their home to get the residence tested by a certified mold inspector as soon as possible, to avoid health problems for their family.”
BCS performs mold remediation and environmental deep cleanings in office buildings, apartments and homes in the greater Los Angeles area. BCS is often chosen for the job because it consistently gets excellent results. Reviews of BCS’s work is available on Yelp at http://www.yelp.com/biz/building-cleaning-services-glendale
For more information about mold, go to BCS’s informational website (http://www.buildingcleaningservices.net).
BCS provides water damage handling, mold removal services, environmental deep cleaning, post construction cleaning, and commercial janitorial services for the Greater Los Angeles area and other areas of Southern California. Established in 1997, they have nearly 20 years of experience as a company with excellent service, high professionalism and work ethic. BCS is certified by the Institute of Inspection and Cleaning and Restoration and Environmental Testing & Technology. To learn more, visit http://www.BuildingCleaningServices.net, call 818-953-7100 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.