Mold Remediation Required
Mold spores are microscopic airborne organisms that are found both indoors and outdoors. It’s virtually impossible to remove all traces of mold from any home or commercial property. A few points to consider about mold remediation include...
- Mold thrives on moisture. Even high indoor humidity can be enough to help mold thrive.
- Before mold abatement can begin, all abnormal sources of water and moisture must be identified and addressed.
- The strong, musty odor that mold produces is helpful to identify problem areas.
Some varieties of mold are particularly harmful to humans. Black mold removal is a specialized category of mold cleanup that can require hazmat protection. Black mold removal is important to address in cases of storm and flood damage. If left untreated, black mold can cause serious health problems — even death.
Mold Treatment Specialty
Each case of mold must be specifically treated because there are so many different types and potential causes of mold. Even though mold water damage is common, it’s far from the only source of mold.
Skilled mold treatment professionals have set of basic steps to follow, including
Assessing the extent of your mold problem or mold water damage issues
Containing the mold from spreading further with mold abatement procedures
Filtering spores from the air of your property
Removing all materials that have been contaminated by mold
Cleaning and disinfecting the property and your belongings
Restoring your property to functionality