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Mold remediation

Mold can spread throughout a property rapidly causing allergens and irritants that can impact your health as well as the structure. 

Mold can cause a range of health problems, particularly for people with allergies, asthma, or weakened immune systems. Exposure to mold can cause symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, nasal congestion, eye irritation, and skin rashes. In some cases, mold exposure can also trigger asthma attacks or cause allergic reactions.

In addition to the health risks, mold can also cause structural damage to buildings if left untreated. Mold growth can weaken building materials, such as wood and drywall, and cause them to deteriorate over time. This can lead to costly repairs and renovations.

Furthermore, mold can be a sign of underlying moisture problems in a home, such as leaks or water damage. If left unchecked, these moisture problems can cause additional damage to the home and create an environment that is conducive to mold growth.

It’s important to address any mold growth promptly to protect your health and prevent further damage to your home. If you see mold in your home, contact us immediately so we assess the situation and recommend the appropriate steps to remediate.

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We will inspect your property for visible mold but mold isn’t always easily identifiable by the naked eye. If mold is suspected but not visible, our mold specialist will take samples from specific locations within your property and have them tested in a laboratory to determine the extent of your issues and the types of mold that are present.

Mold Removal

Our mold specialist will walk you through the process of removal. To keep mold spores from further spreading through your property,  we will focus on:  

  • Containment
  • Air Filtration
  • Removal of Mold Infested Materials
  • Content Cleaning

Odor Removal

Odor can come from a number of sources both inside and outside the structure. Our mold specialist has the training and equipment to identify and eliminate these offensive odors. 

By identifying the cause of the odor and determining the conditions in which it contacts any surfaces, the odor can often be removed over time without a trace.