Mold Remediation


Mold Remediation

Mold can be expensive, difficult to remove and a health hazard. Improperly treated water damage can lead to mold growth. If your home or commercial building has a mold problem, don't worry anymore since we are here to help you eliminate the mold and restore your property to normal condition. Even if you haven't had some significant water damage, a problem is as simple as a leaky window can lead to mold damage. People with asthma can be particularly sensitive to mold. To get rid of mold in your home, you also need to address the issue of moisture. Reach out to us and our onsite experts will clearly explain our simple process for your peace of mind. Any of our water damage services will deal with mold issues immediately and try to prevent mold before it occurs. Should mold nevertheless form, our team of certified specialists is there for you.

This is how our experts work: Fix All Moisture issues First : If you suspect your mold problem is due to a leak or other water issue, it is imperative that you fix it first. Mold needs moisture to grow. If your home or business still has a water infiltration problem, it becomes very difficult to eliminate the mold problem. If your mold problems occur in a naturally humid environment like a bathroom, additional ventilation may be needed.
Isolate moldy areas :To avoid cross-contamination, moldy areas should be isolated from other areas before demolition, cleaning and drying can begin. Any airflow over mold-infested surfaces can disperse mold spores throughout the building and spread contamination.
Dispose of absorbent materials :Certain items infested with mold, particularly porous items, need to be disposed of completely. These can be sent for special cleaning or thrown away. For example, items like carpets or furniture have fibers that can become moldy even if you feel like you've cleaned them thoroughly. This means that you may have to dispose of them to prevent the problem from reoccurring.
Remove mold : After heavily damaged porous materials such as sheetrock or gypsum board have been removed, remaining materials such as plywood subfloors and Douglas fir frames can be cleaned. All visible traces of mold must be removed before using an antimicrobial or biocidal spray to clean surfaces during a wet wipe.
Thorough Drying : A thorough drying process is always needed to complete mold remediation process. This is done by using dehumidifiers and air movers and moisture meters to give an accurate reading of whether the materials are dry.

Our mold remediation experts have been fully trained on procedures including safety measures, engineering controls, containment methods, and the use of recognized standard work practices and professionalism. It's fast. If you think you have mold, don't think the worst. It could be a small area. The best advice is to hire a professional. Yes, we have been trained and certified in mold remediation. Just get in touch with us. We assess the damage and give you tried-and-tested advice on the next steps. We guide you through the whole process and are ready to serve you and your needs first.