High Temperature Restoration™
The ThermaPureHeat® process is a patented new technology that utilizes clean, dry, odorless heat to create an environment that is conducive to rapid structural drying and is lethal to many of the biological organisms that oftentimes accompany a wet building. Our Structural Pasteurization processes can provide mold, bacteria and other microbial remediation services for your home or business.
Which Environmental Contaminants are Managed?
- Heat Kills Mold
- Heat Kills Bacteria
- Heat Kills Viruses
- Heat Kills Insect Vectors
- Heat Reduces Odors
- Heat Reduces VOCs
ThermaPureHeat® is Preventive
Not only will the ThermaPureHeat® kill the environmental contaminants inside your building, it will also dry the structure out. This benefit will make your building less conducive to mold and bacterial growth.
The exposure to mold and the bacteria that can live with it has been linked to numerous health problems such as cough, congestion, eye or sinus irritation, rashes, headaches…
The allergens that trigger asthma are many and include dust mites, pollens, mold, second hand smoke, various chemicals, pet dander, cockroaches, and foods…
Bacteria commonly found in water-damaged structures are E. coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Legionella, Salmonellae, and Klebsiella pneumonia. Kill Bacteria with Heat® using the ThermaPureHeat process…
Sewage spills in structures can leave bacteria. Sewage leaks can be a major health hazard. The ThermaPureHeat® process kills pathogens found in sewage…
Hantavirus is transmitted to people by infected rodents. The ThermaPureHeat® process has been successful in the disinfection of sites contaminated with Hantavirus…
There are many odors in a structure. Some of these may be harmful and some just smell. Remove Odor with Heat® using the ThermaPureHeat® process…
What the Experts say about ThermaPureHeat®
Heat is an effective, non-toxic form of biological control in structures, and substantially improves indoor air quality where it has been compromised.”
- Michael D. Geyer, PE, CIH, CSP
Recently, the development of heat technology for thermal pest eradication has demonstrated a new potential for control of mold dissemination through control of insect vectors… Heat treatment will also kill fungal spores and vegetative structures and can substantially aid the rapid drying of building materials.”
- Sean P. Abbott, PhD.
Since the days of Louis Pasteur, it’s been well-known that ‘heat kills’. Millions of lives have been saved through the technique of heating milk and other foods, destroying or otherwise inactivating bacteria. The application on this principle to our environment is a natural progression of that knowledge.”
- Dr. Richard Ashby, County Medical Director