Recent Mold Remediation Posts

Removing an Unwanted Breakroom Guest

6/1/2020 (Permalink)

The employee breakroom should be a place where employees feel comfortable enough to relax and catch a quick breather before heading back to their desk or workspace. Nothing is very relaxing about stashing away your lunch and finding an abundance of fridge mold growing. With the open access to kitchen or refrigerator in the breakroom, it can be difficult to establish who is responsible for cleaning things out. Left unchecked, mold spores can create a more serious, company-wide problem. Here are some tips to for keeping the breakroom clean and reducing mold growth.

Implement a Manageable System

If your maintenance or cleaning crew isn’t responsible for cleaning out the kitchen, you need to get creative in your approach. Educating your employees is one way to everyone on board with your system.

  1. All food containers in the fridge must labeled with names and dates.
  2. All food and containers not retrieved by end of business day on Friday will be thrown away.
  3. Establish a kitchen rotation list, and use emails reminders and notifications to ensure it is cleaned.
  4. Keep a stash of disinfecting fridge wipes in the breakroom for easy access and cleaning.

Problems With Mold

Food that has been left in the fridge and long-since passed it usage date will greet your employees with a distinctive mold smell. Even in containers or wrapped in plastic and tinfoil, there is no mistaking the odor of mildew. Beyond its growth on old food, the mold spores travel to other surface areas and create fridge mold that is visible on the sides, floor, or in the drawers. These spores can also travel beyond your breakroom and set up residence throughout your business.

House Mold: Types and Solutions

2/4/2020 (Permalink)

Mold growth is typical in a variety of climates and homes. There is no shame in having experienced these types of problems. However, while not uncommon, mold comes in all shapes, sizes and species, and it can be beneficial to understand the kinds of household molds and how to prevent or treat them, ensuring a safe and clean living environment for you and your family.

1. Food Mold

Food mold is likely the most common type of mold, and most people experience it as bread mold. You may look in your bread drawer one day, and everything is fine, but the very next day you see areas of green and black blotches on some of the pieces. This type of growth is natural and likely unrelated to any particular underlying problems in your home.

2. Surface Mold

Another common type of house mold is surface mold. As the name implies, the mold growth is restricted to the surface of an object. This type of mold may be remedied quite easily by using certain over-the-counter cleaners. However, it is essential to make sure that the mold issue is indeed surface and does not penetrate the drywall or framing.

3. Mold Infestations

A mold infestation typically occurs in areas with significant water damage or spaces with high humidity levels. Unfortunately, a problem like this usually requires deep penetration of the structure to ensure that the area is clear of the infestation before restoration.

4. Mold Remediation

Whether you only suspect a problem or have the water damage to prove one, it is beneficial to call a mold remediation specialist in the San Antonio, TX area. Mold can be invasive and dangerous. Specialists are certified and capable of remedying your problem quickly and efficiently without risking the safety of you or your family.

Mold growth is common in homes, and while food mold and surface mold are relatively simple and easy fixes, mold infestations can be dangerous and present a more substantial risk to the integrity of your home. When dealing with large mold problems, it is likely best to hire a professional.

Banishing Shower Mold - 3 Handy Tips

2/4/2020 (Permalink)

Black mold anywhere in your home is bad news, but it can be particularly troubling in your shower. After all, nobody wants to imagine moldy organisms growing in the very place where one cleans off! The bright side is the black stuff is not something you have to just live with. If you’re looking for tips to banish bathroom and shower mold in your San Antonio, TX home read on.

Reviewing Bathroom Mold

In general, mold tends to thrive in places that are dark and wet, making the bathroom, which is typically dark most of the day and often full of water or steam, the perfect environment. Other things that make a bathroom a mold magnet include:

  • Improper ventilation
  • Broken grout
  • Repeated exposure to water (i.e., shower curtains)

Now you know some of the causes for black mold. Here are a few ways to clear it up.

Remove Your Caulking

The caulk sealing up your shower is one of the easiest places for shower mold to thrive. Water can get into little crevices that appear in caulk as it ages. Those wet, dark crevices are perfect for mold. Fortunately, removing caulk is as easy as peeling it away and applying new caulk from a hardware store.

Re-grout Your Tiles

Mold especially loves to grow on grout, which cracks and becomes more porous as it ages. Unlike re-caulking, replacing grout is a more labor-intensive process that’s best left to professionals who can spot issues behind the grout and ensure the best, mold-preventative seal.

Replace Your Shower Curtain
Many tutorials provide homemade mixtures for cleaning mold from shower curtains. But for the best result, you may want to just toss shower curtains out periodically. Problem solved.
Shower mold is nothing to sniff at. It’s unsightly and can cause health problems. Use these tips or hire a mold remediation company to get the black stuff out and your bathroom spic and span.

Mold and Rainy Days

2/4/2020 (Permalink)

What do mold, wet weather, and your home have in common? If you're like most San Antonio, TX homeowners, you might say these three are a recipe for disaster. Since black mold and other pesky fungi thrive with moisture, just a few rainy days can result in a months'-long cleanup process. Continue reading to learn about the factors that allow mold to grow.

1. Household Items That Attract Mold

Whether it was a light spring shower or a heavy downpour, that rain from the night before is likely still lingering in parts of your living space. Water-soaked items can easily become home to black mold and other unwelcome guests, so keep a close eye on cardboard boxes, books, drywall, and other permeable materials that mold can easily thrive upon.

2. Trapped Moisture That Promotes Further Growth

When items aren’t dried out immediately after the rain, any moisture that sticks around can provide the perfect lair for mold. An unaddressed moisture problem can prolong mold growth throughout your home. When high humidity enters the picture, you may be dealing with a mold utopia on your own turf.

3. Leaky Roofs That Make Your Home Vulnerable

A roof in need of repair is certainly not an ideal situation for a homeowner. However, tackling a mold cleanup issue early on can help you avoid bigger obstacles down the road. You may not realize it, but just one damaged patch or two can allow your roof to trap moisture inside. Over time, the dampness can extend beyond your home’s insulation and into interior walls. Although drying up a few spots is never a bad idea, you may need to call on the maintenance experts to get a proper inspection. Depending on the extent of moisture’s damage, your home may need a new roof altogether.

Don’t let black mold — or any kind of fungal foe — get in the way of enjoying your home. Use these mold cleanup tips to address the moisture problem head-on. Nature’s elements may be powerful, but the right mold prevention strategies can prove even stronger.

Tips for Keeping Your Vacant Renta Property Mold-Free

2/4/2020 (Permalink)

Mold loves dark, damp and stagnant areas. Vacant apartments often create the perfect environment for mold growth. As a property owner in San Antonio, TX you want to keep your buildings at their best to ensure you can rent them when an opportunity arises. If you have an empty commercial space or rental unit, you need to learn more about mold prevention.

• Work With a Team: A commercial mold remediation team can not only help you clean up mold damage but also help you with mold prevention. This team of experts may be able to give you tips on how to avoid growth. Some teams may even conduct regular inspections to ensure the prevention has been working.
• Turn Off Water: If no one is occupying the space, chances are you do not need the water to be on. Turning off the building's water can help you eliminate one major area of concern—water damage. When the water is off, you don't have to worry about pipes bursting or toilets flooding.
• Maintain Heat: You may want to turn the heat off in your vacant spaces. However, stagnant air can encourage mold growth. Instead, you should turn the heat down but keep it at a consistent temperature. This not only helps keep the air moving, but it can also help you maintain the humidity level in the apartment.
• Let Light In: If possible, you should keep the curtains of a building open. Light can help discourage the growth of mold. If you cannot let natural light in, you may want to visit the space regularly to shed some light on the area. This can also give you a chance to walk around the property and make sure you don't see any signs of mold.

Mold prevention requires you to think ahead. What type of problems could lead to mold growth? Once you answer this question, do everything you can to stop those problems from taking place.

3 Reasons Flooding in Commercial Buildings Should Be Addressed ASAP

2/4/2020 (Permalink)

Commercial buildings are some of the most challenging spaces to maintain year after year in San Antonio, TX. Avoiding high humidity and fixing sources of water damage as soon as possible are essential steps toward preventing the need for major restoration. Here are three reasons why time is of the essence when remediating damage from mildew, mold growth and excess moisture.

1. Preventing Fungal Growth

Remediation specialists categorize water into three general groups: clean, gray and black. Clean water is considered uncontaminated and is fit for human consumption, while gray water includes wastewater from home or offices, excepting that which is contaminated with feces (example sources might include sinks, washing machines or sprinkler systems). Black water is the most contaminated category; water caused by storm-related flooding belongs to this group.

However, while black water's high pollution content makes it the most problematic to clean up, even clean water provides the moisture needed to prompt rapid mildew and mold growth. This can happen within 12 to 24 hours after the flooding event.

2. Minimizing Restoration Costs

The longer that excess water is present, the more time it has to seep into drywall, insulation and porous structural elements of the building. Stopping the source of flooding, removing water and thoroughly venting affected spaces as soon as possible is crucial for preventing damage from spreading to other areas and minimizing restoration needs after the fact.

3. Preserving Electrical and HVAC Systems

Moisture and standing water also pose a risk to electrical equipment, and fungal and bacterial contaminants can quickly take foothold in HVAC systems, even when these systems have not been submerged in floodwaters. These ventilation systems in turn can spread bacterial and fungal material throughout the building, diminishing air quality and making future mildew issues much more likely.

Whether you have noticed a relatively minor leak that has caused visible water damage or mold growth or your building has experienced a flooding event, a professional remediation company should be able to assess damage risks and draw up an immediate plan of action.

Bathroom Remodeling After Mold Damage

1/3/2020 (Permalink)

When mold infests a San Antonio home, the damage and the restoration costs can vary widely. If caught quickly after the mold begins growing, both are minor, and the emphasis stays on cleaning and removing mold from surfaces. If the mold has had months to grow unnoticed, then the focus can shift to removal and replacement of affected property, both personal and structural.

When this happens, San Antonio homeowners have a unique opportunity for remodeling their homes, especially the bathroom. SERVPRO technicians can remove the tiles, shower, bathtub, and other bath items, and replace them at the direction of the homeowner.

Mold rarely penetrates tile surfaces, but it does grow into the grout material that seals the tiles in place. The same material also forms a seal between pieces of a shower or bathtub unit, keeping water from leaking or seeping in behind them and causing further damage from wood rot. SERVPRO restoration teams train to remove the grout and tiles carefully.

If mold has grown into the walls behind the tile, our teams can remove and replace those as well. After removing the affected drywall, specialists spray the framing behind them and the surrounding area with an anti-fungal agent to make certain no live mold spores are still present.

Before installing the new panels, the teams use a combination of air movers and fans to increase circulation and dry out the bathroom to reduce the chance of mold growing again. If the interior humidity is very high, they augment these devices with a dehumidifier to draw water from the surrounding air.

With a new wall, it is a perfect time to replace the tiles, or even replace the entire bathtub and shower area with a one- or two-piece, drop-in unit. Technicians can make many of these changes at the homeowner’s discretion, but for very expensive replacement items, the team leader always recommends using the manufacturer’s installation team to set and seal them in place.

A mold infestation is something no homeowner wants to happen in their residence. Cleaning and replacing affected property can be an opportunity to upgrade the home, however. If this is your situation, call SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig at (210) 610-6800 today to begin restoration.

Why Mold Might be in Your Home!

6/3/2019 (Permalink)

In Your Property, SERVPRO Remediates Mold Damage

Homes of all shapes, sizes, and locations share some common enemies, one of the chief ones being mold infestation. Mold spores are naturally occurring almost everywhere on Earth, but given the right conditions for growth, can multiply exponentially and cause major problems for your home. Some types of mold may even cause health effects. Here are some of the conditions and causes for a mold infestation in your home. 
 
Damp or Wet Fabric and Wood 
Mold damage in Bexar County typically needs two things to get pressing: wet conditions and an organic food source. Both of these are often found in homes, where outside water can seep in, or a leak can cause wooden floors, walls, and structural elements to soak up water. Additionally, fabrics such as carpets, drapes, and shower curtains are also commonly affected. An important step we take in halting any mold colony's growth and preventing future ones from forming is dehumidification, whereby we take almost all the moisture out of a room and its air. We reduce the RH, relative humidity.
 
Dark, Warm Areas 
Some types of mold can only grow in dark areas, and preferably in warm places. Unfortunately, residences also commonly provide this environment, and many mold colonies end up growing behind walls or in attics and basements. These are some of the first places we check for moisture and mold when responding to any call to a home, via moisture sensors, hygrometers, and infrared devices. 
 
Spoiled and Forgotten Food 
Spoiled food almost always grows mold at some point; most people know that. However, if not disposed of, this food can be a catalyst for future growth elsewhere in the home. Once matured, mold colonies release large amounts of spores which travel across a home through the air, and these may take up residence in another room or the ducts. This is one reason why we offer mold remediation rather than removal: it is impossible to rid a home of mold spores entirely, due to there being so many and their tiny size. Once again, they are naturally occurring, and so will be found in your home regardless. 
 
Expert in mold remediation and cleanup, SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig is a tried and true solution to any mold problem, large or small. With proper accreditation, certification, and training for all of our crew members, we feel confident we can tackle your residential mold problem. Call us today at (210) 610-6800 for 24/7 emergency service.

Mold Damage Facts

2/21/2019 (Permalink)

Mold is among the worst contaminants known to grow in buildings. All it needs is a wet or damp surface such as carpets, wood, ceiling tiles, insulation, and drywall just to mention a few.

Mold growth can start and spread within 48 hours if it is not checked. Some of the important facts to note about mold problem are:

  • Mold can affect your health and that of your pets. It also compromises the physical structure of your building
  • Mold growth occurs mostly in warm and damp surfaces under humid conditions
  • Mold is hard to see since it grows in hidden areas like under the floors, under the ceiling carpet and in walls.
  • If the mold is not yet visible, after two days, it can affect any wet material in the house.

Spreading Mold?

2/7/2019 (Permalink)

If you see visible mold in your Universal City / St. Hedwig or surrounding home, or business, don’t disturb it. When mold is disturbed, the mold can then release many microscopic mold spores which become airborne and can circulate inside your home.

Rules to follow:

  • Stay out of affected areas.
  • Turn off the HVAC system and fans.
  • Contact SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig for mold remediation services.
  • Don’t touch or disturb the mold.
  • Don’t blow air across any surfaces with visible or suspected mold growth.
  • Don’t attempt to dry the area yourself.
  • Don’t spray bleach or other disinfectants on the mold.

As always, SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig wants to make sure that you are aware in any situation!

Common Places That Mold Will Be

2/7/2019 (Permalink)

Mold can occur anywhere in your home but mainly is concentrated to areas where moisture is present, which would most likely be bathrooms and basements. SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig will search for traces of mold that are not visible.

-One of the first places mold can collect and you may not think to check is under the refrigerator. Under the fridge tends to collect moisture and dirt which can cause a breeding ground for bacteria and mold.

-Another place is the AC unit. AC units are known to collect debris, dust and moisture from the air, which can lead to mold spores.

-Mold can even grow in or around a washing machine or its parts. Moisture and lint can cause a presence of mold spores.

-Other areas include anywhere moisture and dirt may form such as window corners.

Where Can Mold Show Up?

2/7/2019 (Permalink)

Mold can occur anywhere in your San Antonio or surrounding area home but mainly is concentrated to areas where moisture is present, which would most likely be bathrooms and basements. SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig will search for traces of mold that are not visible.

-One of the first places mold can collect and you may not think to check is under the refrigerator. Under the fridge tends to collect moisture and dirt which can cause a breeding ground for bacteria and mold.

-Another place is the AC unit. AC units are known to collect debris, dust and moisture from the air, which can lead to mold spores.

-Mold can even grow in or around a washing machine or its parts. Moisture and lint can cause a presence of mold spores.

-Other areas include anywhere moisture and dirt may form such as window corners.

Is There Mold In Your Air Ducts?

2/6/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig wants you to be aware of mold in your air ducts.

Since the ventilation systems is often the biggest culprit in poor indoor air quality, inspecting the ductwork should be a high priority. In most cases, the HVAC system has been operating for some time without attention. Dirty ducts can circulate odors, contaminants such as mold, and irritating dust throughout your building or home.

The process begins by using patented equipment including a roto-scraper, which automatically adapts to the duct's shape and diameter while traveling though the duct, removing debris and filth before vacuuming begins.

  • Next, a powerful push-pull air delivery and collection system transfers the debris from the ducting to a 16-gallon container.
  • Air is filtered through a HEPA filtration system, removing 99.97% of particles in the airstream. HEPA filters capture debris and keep the environment clean.
  • As an optional process, a sealant or coating product may be sprayed to address odor or microbial concerns.
  • Filters will either be cleaned or replaced to remove odor and dirt.

General Mold Information

1/8/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig understands that mold is everywhere, indoors or outdoors, mold will be present. One important thing to know is that SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig is trained in mold mitigation and remediation. As you might also know, our franchise is open 24 hours a day, which means that you can call us at any time if you have mold growth at your commercial building, or your home and we will be there. Our response time is fast, as well as our ability to get the job done. Mold is one thing that you do not want growing on your property, so to prevent that, here’s a few things that you can do:

  • Keeping the humidity between 30 to 60 percent.
  • Keep gutters and drains clear of debris.
  • Regularly inspect plumbing and appliances for leaks.

What Makes Mold Grow in My House?

6/26/2018 (Permalink)

Give SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig a call if you notice mold growing in your home. (210) 610-6800

You probably wish mold would grow anywhere but in your home. Unfortunately, black mold seems to have other ideas, and happily gravitates toward the interior of your San Antonio home. So just why is your house so attractive to mold, and what can you do to stop it?

You Probably Have a Moisture Problem.

Actually, there’s no “probably” about it. Mold needs moisture to grow. Before it becomes the unsightly fuzzy patches of black mold that you know and hate, mold exists as invisible spores in the air. Those spores are essentially dormant until they come in contact with moisture, at which point they begin the next developmental stage and become the dreaded black mold infestation. Common sources of moisture include:

• Standing water from flooding

• High humidity in your environment

• Broken water mains

• Broken pipes

• Leaking roofs and windows

• Condensation from broken environments

Any one of these problems can be enough to trigger an explosion of black mold inside your home. Getting rid of the moisture can help to halt the spread of mold, but it’s not enough to get rid of the mold entirely.

So How Do You Handle Mold Cleanup?

The safest option is to contact a mold remediation specialist. Mold remediation specialists possess the tools and expertise needed to not only safely remove mold from your environment, but help you prevent it from reoccurring. Working with a mold specialist can help you understand the type of mold that has taken root in your home, and can often lead to identifying water damage or other issues that had previously gone undetected until the mold problem began.

While waiting for the specialist’s help, though, you can get a head start on disposing of contaminated materials and drying out waterlogged items. Do everything you can to contain the mold infestation and prevent it from spreading further until it can be destroyed.

Visit http://www.SERVPROuniversalcitysthedwig.com/for more information on mold.

Important Facts to Note about Mold Damage

4/23/2018 (Permalink)

Mold is among the worst silent but dangerous contaminants known to grow in buildings. It can grow both indoors and outdoors. All it needs is a wet or damp surface such as carpets, wood, ceiling tiles, insulation, and drywall just to mention a few.

Mold growth can start and spread within 48 hours if it is not checked. It can have significant impact and damages on your building's physical structure and the quality of your home. A lot of people in San Antonio have mold allergies. For safety purposes, it is vital to ensure that you get rid of any mold growth causing agents before the damage occurs.

We are here to help you in the remediation of mold damages. After carrying out a comprehensive inspection, our mold damage remediation specialists will contain the affected surfaces with physical barriers to ensure that the growth does not spread during the restoration process.

Some of the important facts to note about mold problem are;

  • Mold can affect your health and that of your pets. It also compromises the physical structure of your building
  • Mold growth occurs mostly in warm and damp surfaces under humid conditions
  • Mold is hard to see since it grows in hidden areas like under the floors, under the ceiling carpet and in walls.
  • If the mold is not yet visible, after two days, it can affect any wet material in the house
  • Whether you already suspect a mold problem or already seen the problem, only a professional can help you identify its source and the extent of the damage
  • Some home remedies for example bleaches can add to the problem

It is wise to avoid using your homemade remedies to minimize the issue and let a professional handle it for you. If you suspect or you see that you have a mold issue in San Antonio, call us, and we will immediately respond to solve your problem before it worsens.

Do you have mold in your duct work?

2/26/2018 (Permalink)

Sweeping Away years of Dust and Dirt- Reducing Potential for Damage and Health Risks

Since the ventilation systems is often the biggest culprit in poor indoor air quality, inspecting the ductwork should be a high priority. In most cases, the HVAC system has been operating for some time without attention. Dirty ducts can circulate odors, contaminants such as mold, and irritating dust throughout your building or home.

The SERVPRO Proven Duct Cleaning System is Cost Efficient 

  • The process begins by using patented equipment including a roto-scraper, which automatically adapts to the duct's shape and diameter while traveling though the duct, removing debris and filth before vacuuming begins.
  • Next, a powerful push-pull air delivery and collection system transfers the debris from the ducting to a 16-gallon container.
  • Air is filtered through a HEPA filtration system, removing 99.97% of particles in the airstream. HEPA filters capture debris and keep the environment clean.
  • As an optional process, a sealant or coating product may be sprayed to address odor or microbial concerns.
  • Filters will either be cleaned or replaced to remove odor and dirt.
  • Give Your Wallet A Break! Call Today to Set Up an Appointment – (210) 610-6800

Are you spreading mold?

2/26/2018 (Permalink)

Call us today for all of your mold remediation needs! (210) 610-6800

If you see visible mold in your Universal City / St. Hedwig or surrounding home, or business, do not disturb it. You can inadvertently spread the mold infestation throughout your home. When mold is disturbed, the mold can then release microscopic mold spores which become airborne and can circulate inside your home.

What to Do:

  • Stay out of affected areas.
  • Turn off the HVAC system and fans.
  • Contact SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig for mold remediation services.
  • What Not to Do:
  • Don’t touch or disturb the mold.
  • Don’t blow air across any surfaces with visible or suspected mold growth.
  • Don’t attempt to dry the area yourself.
  • Don’t spray bleach or other disinfectants on the mold.
  • About Our Mold Remediation Service- SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig in mold cleanup and restoration, in fact, it’s a cornerstone of our business!  Our crews are highly trained restoration professionals that use specialized equipment and techniques to properly remediate your mold problem quickly and safely. Our crews will make your home or business "Like it never even happened." Give us a call at (210) 610-6800.

Is Mold Hiding From You?

2/26/2018 (Permalink)

Call us today for all your mold remediation needs! (210) 610-6800.

Mold can occur anywhere in your San Antonio or surrounding area home but mainly is concentrated to areas where moisture is present. These moisture areas are common to the bathroom and basements. Mold should be removed if found as soon as possible. SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig will search for traces of mold that are not visible.

One of the first places mold can collect and you may not think to check is under the refrigerator. Under the fridge tends to collect moisture and dirt which can cause a breeding ground for bacteria and mold.

Another place is the AC unit. AC units are known to collect debris, dust and moisture from the air, which can lead to mold spores.

Mold can even grow in or around a washing machine or its parts. Moisture and lint can cause a presence of mold spores.

Other area in the house include anywhere moisture and dirt may form such as window corners.

If you think you may have a mold problem call SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig.

Mold Remediation vs. Mold Removal

1/25/2018 (Permalink)

Since microscopic mold spores exist naturally almost everywhere, indoors and outdoors, removing all mold from a home or business is impossible. Some restoration businesses advertise “mold removal” and even guarantee to remove all mold. This is a fallacy.

SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig understands the science behind mold and mold growth. Our SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig Professionals have the training and expertise to remediate the mold in your home or business. Mold remediation focuses on getting mold levels back to normal, natural levels.

Every mold damage scenario is different and requires a unique solution, but the general mold remediation process stays the same.

  • Step 1: Emergency Contact SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig (210) 610-6800
  • Step 2: Inspection and Mold Damage Assessment
  • Step 3: Mold Containment
  • Step 4: Air Filtration
  • Step 5: Removing Mold and Mold-Infested Materials
  • Step 6: Cleaning Contents and Belongings
  • Step 7: Restoration

Signs of Mold? Call SERVPRO of Universal City / St. Hedwig (210) 610-6800