Mold is a fungus found in abundance in the natural environment. However, excessive mold and certain types of mold can pose significant health risks. Mold growth is more likely to occur in dark, damp environments. The result can be toxic air quality and damage to buildings and property. Signs of mold include visible mold, recurring dampness and a musty smell.
Excessive toxic mold can cause symptoms such as headaches, shortness of breath, chronic cold and flu symptoms, asthma, skin rash, allergies and increased susceptibility to infection. In a residential setting, this can mean significant health risks to you and your family. In a commercial setting, the same risks apply, as well as significant liability. If you suspect mold growth, call
We take a systematic approach to any suspected mold infestation. Our process is focused on immediate response, use of the most effective techniques and equipment, constant communication and comprehensive restoration of your property.
Inspection. One of our experts will arrive with the appropriate equipment and protection to detect and be in the presence of hazardous mold. We’ll zero in on the type and extent of mold, check visibly and likely affected areas, and document the extent of the mold growth.
Isolation. Mold spores travel through the air, so the first step in treating mold in your property is to isolate the affected areas. This will not only prevent mold growth in unaffected areas, but will also keep air quality outside of the work area healthy.
Remediation. Mold growth can extend deep into affected materials. Some contaminated materials will likely have to be removed and replaced. We’ll used specialized equipment and methods to completely remove mold and treat materials to prevent future mold growth. We’ll walk you through our process from start to finish and identify what operational parameters are needed to minimize disruption and keep everyone in the area safe.
Air Quality & Humidity Control. Throughout the entire process, we’ll have systems in place to insure the affected area remains dry, preventing future mold growth, and also systems to clean mold spores from the air.
Mold itself can cause extensive damage to your property. Furthermore, even the most delicate and advanced removal and remediation techniques will require building material to be removed and replaced. With over half a century of combined commercial and residential construction experience, we’ll get to work repairing damaged areas. Our project managers will maintain constant contact with you throughout the entire process, advising you on material selections, timetables, financial options and sustainability. Many customers take advantage of the opportunity to do upgrades they have been putting off while the building restoration process is underway. Our company has full construction capabilities to not only fully repair damage, but also satisfy any other construction needs you might have at the time.