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The following steps are an overview of the techniques that our professional mold remediation team may use. Of course, every mold removal job is different, so the techniques we use on your home will vary.
We will start with an inspection of your property. We will first examine ceilings, the attic, walls around the air ducts, underneath cabinets, and walls to see if there are signs of leakage. It doesn’t make a lot of sense to begin mold remediation if you have persisting leaks.
It’s important that we address any underlying issues that led to the introduction of mold in certain areas. You don’t want the mold growing back after mold removal.
Mold is toxic and can lead to health issues. We will seal the area before we begin work to ensure that any mold that is kicked up into the air will not enter your air ducts.
Our mold removal professionals will use HEPA air scrubbers, vacuums, and blowers to dry and clean the surfaces and the air around the area. Mold spores enter the air, so scrubbing the air clean is an essential part of mold remediation.
Unfortunately, depending on the severity of the mold infestation, it may be impossible to salvage some materials. Things like drywall and wood may be too badly affected to be restored. As contractors, we can replace mold-damaged building materials.
Mold remediation professionals don’t use bleach for a number of reasons, but the primary one is that it isn’t entirely effective. Our mold damage team will use an antimicrobial chemical to remove any remaining mold and disinfect the area.
In addition to removing the mold, we will seal the area with a mold-resistant sealant to prevent further issues.
Once we fully treat the affected areas, you should contact an independent mold inspection company to evaluate our work. We can return any time if additional mold is detected or if you see any new stains or detect a moldy odor.
While many believe that moisture and shade cause mold, that’s not exactly accurate. Those are, in fact, the conditions that allow mold to colonize, but mold is an airborne fungus that spreads by releasing spores into the air. Mold is so prolific that if you have a dark, damp area, there’s a good chance that mold will have propagated. If this is the case, you need to call a mold removal company.
If you discover mold in your shower tiling, you can remove it with bleach or a commercial cleaner. Bathrooms are designed to be cleaned that way. If you have mold in your attic, walls, or other areas, however, you’re going to require professional mold removal to completely remove it from your home.
According to the CDC, mold can be dangerous to people with asthma or other health conditions. It is not hazardous to everyone. That does not mean that you should attempt mold removal on your own if you’re nonasthmatic. Mold removal teams use masks and ventilation equipment to avoid breathing in the spores. This kind of close contact with a direct source of mold isn’t healthy for anyone.
Mold infestation can go deep below the surface of the affected visible area. Many homeowners apply bleach to patches of mold, hoping to eradicate it. Unfortunately, without containment through a specialized mold removal service in Miami, the spores can spread. Our technicians use antimicrobial agents to kill the fungus and extraction to remove spores.
We focus on safety first and ensure that our methods of cleaning and restoring your home or business are effective. Our mold removal experts use industrial-grade products and advanced technology to dry and dehumidify damp areas.
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