AuntieGen is committed to keeping you safe and healthy in your home and in your communities. We provide protection and services for:
Residential Buildings, Commercial Sites
Industrial Facilities, Public & Private Institutions
-Health Care Facilities
Property Management Companies
New Building Construction Sites
Commercial Fleets Including Ships and Aircraft
The mission of AuntieGen Inc. is to create healthier living areas for our families, cure sick building syndrome for our students and employees by annihilating all infectious living and toxic organisms. We achieve this through our product that becomes Bio-degradable.
The mission of AbsorpGen is to create healthier living areas for our families, students and employees by absorbing all spills toxic and harmful to the environment. We will achieve this by using a product that is 100% Natural and Green.
The AuntieGen DIFFERENCE
Revolutionary new technology, based on recently declassified government research. Once applied, extremely safe to people, pets, fabrics, leather, plastics, and electronics. Kills all bacteria, viruses, mold, black mold, toxic mold and mildew (including mold spores) on contact.
Mold remediation is an industry where most mold remediation companies today use 30 year old technology to combat mold. Our product remediates and kills the antigen of the mold spore; (The immune system reacts when special substances called "antigens" enter the body. Antigens are usually found on germs such as infectious bacteria or viruses. The immune system reacts to neutralize these germs and prevent infections. Antigens are also found on harmless material such as mold spores) we will explain how we can simultaneously eliminate many other health threats with this same application. AuntieGen provides a written warranty and we stand behind our work.
EPA registered, AuntieGen is approved for porous surfaces, with special technology to penetrate and treat even the most porous materials. Kills odors, everything from smoke to off-gassing of paints, stains, and other building products.
On both hard and soft surfaces, from walls and counters to carpets, upholstery, and drapes, AuntieGen kills mold, sterilizes, and treats against future mold growth all in one step.
Extremely cost-effective for new construction as it can protect the builder from future claims, while protecting their customers checkbooks. In addition our product and service has a greater scope beyond mold treatment. A key market need that is also addressed by our business is the decontamination of Drug Houses, (Meth Labs) Crime Scene Clean up and Air Duct Decontamination.
Put it all together and AuntieGen, Inc. eliminates the need for many services and provides a complete solution for home and businesses alike.
IN THE NEWS
Mayor Bill de Blasio signs law from Staten Island's Steven Matteo to require mold-proof building materials.
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VALLEY HEAD, Ala. (WHNT)- Parents, teachers and students packed the gym at Valley Head High School Monday night. They were there to listen to school leaders and also voice their own concerns over a mold problem inside the building.
“We found it on the walls. The baseboards. We found it in closets. We found it on windows. You name it. We found it,” said parent Dave Vest. The mold was first discovered last fall. School officials say they treated it then, but it returned. The situation came to a head last Friday when plaster on a wall in one classroom started falling. This raised fears that mold could be spread through the whole school.
Mold health issues are potentially harmful effects of molds.
Molds (also spelled "moulds") are ubiquitous in the biosphere, and mold spores are a common component of household and workplace dust. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in its June 2006 report, 'Mold Prevention Strategies and Possible Health Effects in the Aftermath of Hurricanes and Major Floods,' that "excessive exposure to mold-contaminated materials can cause adverse health effects in susceptible persons regardless of the type of mold or the extent of contamination."
GovWatch: Mold fears lead to courthouse square protest
Half a dozen residents of a downtown public housing high-rise investigated by the I-Team last week took to the streets toting signs Friday, demanding that something be done. “Fix it and fix it right,” demanded Wilkinson Plaza resident Darshawn Romine. Romine was addressing Greater Dayton Premier Management, the Dayton region’s housing authority and the building’s landlord, which residents say have ignored complaints about mold in the building.
“My health has deteriorated. I have seizures and they have become worse,” said resident Pamela Moss.
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