North Dallas Water/Mold Repair – Disaster Recovery Nonprofit Campaign Expanded

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The disaster relief services offered by Texas Disaster Recovery and Relief (214-997-3676) have been expanded. The nonprofit now addresses mold growth in flooded buildings.

Texas Disaster Recovery and Relief, a North Dallas nonprofit, has expanded its disaster relief efforts following the state’s recent power outage. In addition to its ongoing fundraiser, the organization is offering water remediation services to homes and businesses to mitigate flood-related damage with an emphasis on long-term issues such as mold growth.

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The expanded services provided by Texas Disaster Recovery and Relief aim to aid Texans as the state continues its ongoing process of reconstruction.

February’s winter snowstorm caused an unprecedented amount of damage across Texas. At the peak of the crisis, approximately 4 million homes went without power, while over 7 million residents were ordered to boil tap water before drinking it due to contaminated, frozen, and burst water pipes.

Mold is known to grow quickly in flooded or recently flooded environments, and its presence can have a deleterious impact upon the occupants of a home or business. Services offered by Texas Disaster Recovery and Relief include a mold damage assessment, air filtration, and restoration.

In broader terms, the nonprofit organization offers remediation and rebuilding treatments for any part of a building which has experienced flooding in the wake of the recent disaster, including walls, floors, and ceilings.

The complimentary aid service allows small businesses and occupants of residential homes to receive help for issues which require certified professionals in the fields of restoration and water remediation.

Uninsured and under-insured renters are eligible for the assistance offered by the Dallas-based organization.

Texas Disaster Recovery and Relief was founded by individuals who possess 20 years of experience in the field of disaster recovery. Donations can be made to the organization’s fundraising effort by visiting

A spokesperson for the nonprofit said: “Though the power outage is behind us, there’s still a long road to recovery – especially when it comes to addressing the long-term consequences of flood damage such as mold growth.”

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