The Mold Remediation Process
At the core of our mold remediation process is not only mold removal, but eliminating the source that is causing the mold. As part of our full assessment, we will put together a comprehensive plan for stopping mold growth, followed by a full cleanup and removal of the existing mold. Typical solutions to a mold problem include increased ventilation, exposure to sunlight, dehumidifiers and general cleanup. Depending on your individual situation, we will employ the method that is most applicable. After we have determined what is causing the mold and taken steps to fix it, we can then begin the cleanup process. In order for a mold remediation to be considered complete, all mold must be completely removed from the affected area. Due to its nature, mold spores can affect humans even when it is dead. Because of this, chemical treatments alone are not enough.
If you have any visible mold, or are experiencing the symptoms of heavy mold exposure, it may be time to hire a professional to come assess and correct whatever is causing its growth within your home. Although the majority of mold cultures are mostly harmless to humans, sensitivity to them varies from person to person. Furthermore, a small percentage of molds can have serious long-term effects depending on your level of exposure.
If you have any doubts, questions or concerns about the mold in your home, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We will help to determine the severity and cause of your mold to determine what type of mold remediation is necessary for your situation.