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Marine Mold Removal Aventura

Yacht Mold Remediation Aventura

Mold Remediation

Mold growth on yachts is, unfortunately, very common due to the warm and humid climates that the majority of yachts encounter. Fortunately, there are often easy solutions to not only rid your yacht of existing mold but also ensure that it will not return.

FCS, partnered with Restoration Maintenance, is here to help! We first offer our clients a full air quality test and humidity survey to pinpoint what molds are present and create a custom plan to eliminate and combat the existing mold.

FCS and Restoration Maintenance have teamed up to be your one-stop shop to solve your problems. We are licensed and insured to access any marina and we use our vast knowledge of yachts and mold remediation to ensure the safety of your crew and passengers.

 

Please reach out to us today to schedule your inspection and let us help you get back out on the water.

  • Air Quality and Mold assessment
  • Mold Cleaning
  • Marine HVAC cleaning: Includes AC evaporators, air handler space, ducting, supply and return vents, and the area where unit supplies.
  • Bulkhead, Walls, Surfaces cleaning, and mold removal.
  • Odor removal 
  • Humidity control evaluation includes evaluating your system on board your vessel to assist with the control of humidity.
  • Controlling the humidity within the vessel is very important to ensure mold growth is down to a minimum.

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......... According to Turkey’s representative located at the port to see to all the departing exports said that the only issue had been due to bad weather and nothing else. The ship which had 26,527 tonnes of corn was supposed to stop at Istanbul at around midnight local time.

There it will be interpreted and analyzed by Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian, and U.N officials under the safe passage agreement before keeping on track to the Lebanese port of Tripoli, where it will complete its journey.

However, there is the possibility of many other issues before the grain can be permitted to leave the port, including clearing dea mines and making a framework for ships to carefully enter the conflict zone and pick up cargoes.

Ukraine expects to export 20 million tonnes of grain stored in silos and 40 million tonnes from the ongoing harvest, first from Odesa and nearby Pivdennyi and Chornomorsk to aid in emptying the silos for the new stock.

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