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Mold is a common problem in residential and commercial buildings that can quickly compromise indoor space quality. This fungus grows in wet areas and only requires 24 hours which puts a timeline when dealing with a water damage emergency. Failure to address the problem in time can result in severe respiratory complications, especially for people with pre-existing conditions like asthma. Whether it's a pipe burst or a leaky kitchen sink, you need to call a reputable mold removal company for professional mold remediation. The Remediation Team has an experienced and skilled team equipped with cutting-edge tools and equipment to get the job done efficiently. Here are the steps followed during a mold remediation process.
When the experts from The Remediation Team arrive at your building for remediation, the first step is to conduct a comprehensive assessment of your home to determine the severity of the problem. Most mold-related damages start small and quickly grow to significant issues. However, scheduling routine maintenance checks with a reliable mold removal company can help detect signs of potential damage.
This involves surveys of air quality, checking moisture levels, and documenting visible signs of mold throughout your home. The information gathered helps our team create a detailed report on the type of mold, possible causes, and the most effective course of action. The report can accurately estimate associated costs if you are working on a budget.
Turning mold remediation into a DIY project might seem a cost-effective solution for a property owner. Still, you risk severe mold damage in the future if you lack the expertise needed to get the job done. The safest option is to onboard a mold remediation company to address the root of the problem, such as high humidity or leaks. We leverage extensive industry knowledge to identify the cause of mold in your home and manage the problem with the utmost professionalism to prevent it from returning.
Once the contaminated areas are identified, the next step is to isolate them using a sealing material like a plastic sheet. Once this is done, our technicians will use an air scrubber to eliminate all the mold spores in the air before tackling the physical areas affected by mold damage. Depending on how deep the mold has infiltrated, this process can entail removing carpets or tearing down drywall and non-loading wooden structures. The remaining surfaces are sprayed with a safe mold biocide that eliminates the mold and prevents it from reproducing. The technician will test the sprayed surfaces and air quality to ensure there is no trace of fungus in your building.
Many things can lead to the reoccurrence of mold, and the most effective way to prevent this is to identify the signs before the problem grows. Contact us at The Remediation Team and schedule a consultation with our representative. Our technician will provide pertinent information to help you maintain a safe and healthy indoor space.