Clean. Kill. Coat.
Valuable diagram sheet that explains the 3 step process for properly treating flood and water damage.
Limpiar. Matar. Pintar.
Hoja de diagrama de valor que explica el proceso de 3 pasos para el tratamiento adecuado de las inundaciones y daños por agua.
FEMA Fact Sheet for Cleaning Flooded Buildings
Informative article from Hurricane Sandy on cleaning flood-damaged homes, drying prior to rebuilding, and the drawbacks of bleach.
JOEH Case Study
Examining the high efficiency of quaternary ammonium chloride disinfectants in water damage and storm recovery based on field data and experience post Hurricane Katrina.
ShockWave for Storm Recovery
ShockWave disinfectant and sanitizer is formulated and EPA registered for water damage restoration and mold cleanup.
IICRC S500 is the standard and reference guide for professional mold remediation. The excerpt here has key information on the recommended performance requirements and best practices for chemical and coating use when remediating mold. For the complete standard content, visit the IICRC at www.iicrc.org/standards/iicrc-s520
Preventative Coatings and Why They Matter
Informative mold coatings article from R&R magazine that explains how preventative coatings work.
NADCA HVAC Position Paper
Best practices for using chemical products in HVAC systems.
North American Mission Board/Southern Baptist Disaster Relief
Temporary Headquarters – Houston Send Relief Command Post
First Baptist Church
7401 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
Additional Resource Links
FEMA Hurricane Harvey Resource Page