Mold Damage Cleanup

Our mold damage cleanup services are continually improving. We use new products, processes, and equipment to test new methods. While we strive to outperform our competitors, we also adhere to the IICRC S520 standards.

Before you start, however, be sure to read the following information about mold removal and how to remove it safely and effectively without risking your safety and health.

Who Should Do the Clean-up?

Please act quickly if you have a mold problem. What mold grows on is what it damages. Mold can do more harm the longer it lives.

There are many factors that influence who should clean up the mold problem. The size of the problem is one consideration. The moldy area should not exceed 10 sq. ft. (or less than a 3-ft. by 3-ft. spot). In most cases you will be able to handle it yourself. Follow the Mold Cleaning Tips and Techniques. However:

The indoor air quality of your office or home may seem to be the most important thing during a flood cleanup. Failure to eliminate contaminated material and reduce humidity levels can pose serious health problems in the long term. Wet and standing water are ideal breeding areas for bacteria and viruses. These microorganisms can lead to disease and allergic reactions. They also continue to cause damage long after the flooding has ended.

Assessment of Mold Growth

Mold growth assessment is more than simply looking at visible mold growth. Mold growth can hide behind what you see and grow around it. This devious behavior demands inquisitive thought.

Understanding that mold growth can be caused by moisture or water problems is key. Learn how moisture gets in your home and where it comes from. These two steps are designed to allow warranty agents to locate a source of moisture and help them find all forms of mold growth.

Document the situation before you start mold removal. This can be done with photos and videos as well. A warranty supervisor will review the documents to create a remediation program. This will answer questions like when the work will begin and when it will end, who will perform the work, what testing will need to be performed, and whether homeowners will have to temporarily move.

You should know that mold can grow anywhere, not just in one place. How you tackle mold removal will depend on how much contamination is present. Mold removal serves two purposes: to remove mold from the house and avoid homeowners being exposed to excessive amounts.

Mold damage contractors are well aware of the danger posed uncontrolled mold growth. We proudly offer mold removal and mold remediation, as part of many of our water restoration services. Mold testing and inspections are also available so that you do not have to be concerned about any unnecessary work being done. We are licensed, have an A+ BBB rating and multiple Angie’s List Awards

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