This year has earned a degree of infamy for the quick-hitting trio of hurricanes that dealt their blows to Texas and the Gulf, a north-to-south swath of Florida, the Caribbean in general, and notably Puerto Rico. The set of storms has earned a proportionally remarkable reaction, from public outpouring of donations to a few former U.S. presidents coming together to raise money for all affected, to a sitting president playing favorites with his own concern and support.
Of course, other stories grab the headlines after the worst blows over, but water damage sows the seeds for serious IAQ problems immediately. Some areas have better options for local remediation than others, of course. There is no way proper professional help is available on an adequate scale in places like Puerto Rico. Still, some victims can weigh options and others might bookmark some info in case they should ever find themselves in the wake of a disaster. A recent article focused on residential recovery but listed a few associations to look for when reviewing credentials of remediation help for nonresidential buildings, too: