MOLD REMOVAL & REMEDIATION
Mold Removal vs. Mold Remediation – Differences
Since microscopic mold spores exist naturally nearly everywhere, both in and out of building, removing every last mold spore from a building is essentially impossible. Some restoration businesses advertise “mold removal” while guaranteeing to remove all mold. This is simply not true.
A qualified restoration company understands the biological science behind mold and mold growth. Our mold professionals have the training and expertise needed to remediate the mold in your building. Mold remediation focuses on getting mold levels back to normal, reasonably healthy levels. Each mold damage scenario is unique and thus requires a unique solution, but the general process of mold remediation stays pretty much the same.
It is often plainly visible to see larger areas where mold has managed to flourish. It typically looks like dots speckling the wall. It is also often accompanied by a scent as well. Unfortunately, a thorough and proper mold removal calls for a lot more than just drowning it in bleach. Some types of mold can resist bleach with ease and dead mold can still cause a number of negative side effects.
We use state of the art mold removal tools to remediate mold and to stop your exposure to it. We employ a fairly wide variety of equipment depending on the specific situations, including negative air machines, dehumidifiers, air blowers and air scrubbers. By the time we finish our removal services, a building will be free from harmful mold.