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Mold Removal & Remediation

Mold exists everywhere, that’s a fact. It’s important to undergo mold inspections to find visible growth or airborne problems. If you spot mold in your home, call us for professional mold remediation.

If your home is at risk of mold due to flood damage or fire damage, our company offers free mold estimates. We can be onsite within a few hours to help you dry your home and prevent a potential mold growth issue right away.

For a free mold removal or remediation quote by one of our certified specialists in the local area, call today! Remember, if you have signs of mold growth in your home, it is important to first contact your local mold testing professionals to identify the issue.

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How It Works

Inspection and Mold Damage Assessment

Mold damage in homes and buildings is an insidious problem that doesn't discriminate based on the type of materials or components within the structure. Unlike some forms of damage that may target specific materials more than others, mold can affect virtually any surface it comes into contact with, provided the conditions are right for its growth. This includes a wide range of materials commonly found in buildings, such as walls, wood components, personal contents, flooring, and insulation, each of which may sustain damage when exposed to mold.

Walls, for instance, can harbor mold within their cavities, under wallpaper, or on the surface of paint, leading to structural weakening, unsightly stains, and the deterioration of paint and wallpaper. Similarly, wood components, a staple in construction due to their strength and aesthetic appeal, are particularly susceptible to mold. When mold infiltrates wood, it can compromise its structural integrity, causing rot, warping, and a breakdown of the wood fibers that can result in costly repairs or replacements.

Personal contents, including furniture, clothing, and other belongings, are not immune to mold damage either. Mold can settle on these items, especially in damp environments, causing them to smell musty and potentially ruining them beyond repair. Flooring, another critical aspect of any building, can also suffer significantly from mold growth. Carpets, hardwood floors, and subflooring can all become breeding grounds for mold spores, leading to odors, discoloration, and in severe cases, the need for complete replacement.

Insulation, often hidden within walls and attics, is another area where mold can thrive unnoticed until it has caused significant damage. Mold in insulation can reduce its effectiveness, contribute to poor indoor air quality, and necessitate a complete removal and replacement of the affected insulation.

The pervasive nature of mold means that prevention and early detection are key to protecting your property from the extensive and often expensive damage it can cause. Maintaining a dry, well-ventilated environment, promptly addressing water leaks, and conducting regular inspections of vulnerable areas can help mitigate the risk of mold growth. Should mold become an issue, professional remediation services are essential to effectively address the problem, remove the mold, and restore the affected areas to ensure the safety and integrity of your property.

Removing Mold and Mold-Infested Materials

The process of removing mold damage is tailored to the extent of mold growth and the variety of surfaces affected, reflecting the complexity and adaptability required in mold remediation efforts. Our team of mold removal experts employs a meticulous approach, utilizing advanced anti-fungal and antimicrobial treatments that are specifically designed to eradicate existing mold colonies thoroughly. These treatments are crucial not only for eliminating current infestations but also for laying down a protective barrier against potential future growth.

The initial step in our mold removal process involves a detailed assessment of the affected area. This allows our professionals to determine the scale of mold growth and the specific types of surfaces involved, which can range from porous materials like wood and drywall to non-porous surfaces such as metal and plastic. Understanding the nature of the surfaces affected is vital, as it influences the choice of treatment methods and products to ensure the most effective remediation.

Once the assessment is complete, our team moves on to contain the affected area. This step is essential to prevent the spread of mold spores to other parts of the building during the removal process. After containment, we proceed with air filtration techniques to capture airborne mold spores, further minimizing the risk of mold spread.

The core of our mold damage removal process involves the application of anti-fungal and antimicrobial treatments. These treatments are carefully selected based on the specific mold species and the surfaces affected. For porous materials, which are more challenging to treat due to mold's ability to penetrate deeply, our approach may involve removing and replacing the material if it's too damaged. For non-porous surfaces, the treatments are applied directly to eliminate the mold and disinfect the area.

Our professionals also address the source of moisture that contributed to the mold growth, as eliminating this source is critical to preventing future mold problems. Whether it's fixing leaks, improving ventilation, or adjusting humidity levels, we ensure that the underlying issues are resolved.

Following the mold removal, our team conducts thorough cleaning and sanitizing of the area and any affected belongings. This step not only helps to restore the space to its pre-mold condition but also ensures that the air quality is safe for occupants.

Finally, we provide recommendations for keeping the area mold-free in the future, emphasizing the importance of ongoing vigilance and maintenance to prevent mold recurrences. Our comprehensive mold damage removal process is designed to not only address the immediate mold issue but also to safeguard your property against future infestations, ensuring a healthy and mold-free environment.

Mold Containment

In our mold remediation efforts, implementing effective containment procedures is a critical step to prevent the dissemination of mold throughout the property during the cleanup process. Our approach includes the utilization of sophisticated containment strategies, such as the deployment of negative air chambers. These chambers are designed to isolate the mold-affected area from the rest of the environment using physical barriers. By creating a sealed space, we can then apply negative air pressure within this containment zone. This negative air pressure is essential as it helps to prevent mold spores from escaping into uncontaminated areas of the building while the remediation process is underway.

The use of negative air pressure is complemented by air filtration devices, such as HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters, which are capable of capturing mold spores from the air. These filters are strategically placed within the containment area and sometimes in adjacent spaces to ensure that any spores released during the cleaning process are effectively removed from the air, thus minimizing the risk of mold spreading to other parts of the property.

The containment procedures we employ are meticulously planned and executed based on the specific circumstances of the mold infestation. This includes considering the size of the affected area, the extent of mold growth, and the types of surfaces contaminated. Before initiating the mold removal process, our team ensures that the containment measures are securely in place, including sealing off vents, doorways, and other openings to further restrict the movement of mold spores.

Throughout the remediation process, our professionals continuously monitor the effectiveness of the containment measures and adjust strategies as necessary to maintain control over the spread of mold. This vigilant approach ensures that the mold is confined to the already affected areas, significantly reducing the possibility of cross-contamination.

Once the mold has been successfully removed and the area has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, our team carefully dismantles the containment setup, ensuring that the process does not disturb any remaining mold spores that could lead to future contamination. The comprehensive nature of our containment procedures, combined with our commitment to using advanced techniques like negative air chambers, underscores our dedication to providing a safe, effective, and thorough mold remediation service.


The extent of mold damage within a property can significantly influence the remediation and restoration strategies we deploy. Mold has the potential to infiltrate and damage various building materials, making it essential to assess the level of damage thoroughly before proceeding with the restoration process. Depending on the severity of the mold infestation, it may be necessary to remove compromised materials such as drywall and subfloors to effectively eliminate the mold and prevent further damage.

Restoration following mold removal varies in scope, from minor repairs to major reconstructions, tailored to the specific needs of the affected area. For instances of relatively minor damage, restoration efforts may include straightforward tasks such as replacing sections of drywall, repainting walls to refresh the affected area, and installing new carpeting to replace materials that were unsalvageable due to mold contamination. These efforts aim to not only restore the aesthetic appeal of the space but also ensure that all traces of mold and its spores are eradicated, safeguarding the health of the occupants.

In cases where the mold damage is more extensive, involving significant portions of the property, the restoration process may necessitate major repairs. This could involve the comprehensive reconstruction of various areas or rooms within a home or business. Such significant restoration efforts are aimed at rebuilding the structural integrity of the affected spaces, replacing large sections of flooring, walls, and even the architectural elements that have been compromised by mold. The objective is to restore the property to its original condition or better, ensuring that it is safe, structurally sound, and free of health hazards associated with mold exposure.

Throughout the restoration process, our professionals work closely with property owners to develop a plan that addresses both the immediate needs for mold remediation and the longer-term requirements for restoring the property. This collaborative approach ensures that restoration efforts are aligned with the owners' expectations and preferences, whether it involves simple repairs or comprehensive reconstruction projects.

Moreover, we emphasize the importance of addressing the underlying causes of mold growth, such as moisture issues, to prevent recurrence. By integrating preventive measures into the restoration process, such as improving ventilation, waterproofing, and moisture control, we aim to provide a durable solution that not only repairs the damage but also contributes to a healthier indoor environment.

Our commitment to thorough assessment, effective mold removal, and tailored restoration services ensures that each property is returned to a condition that is safe, comfortable, and welcoming for its occupants, regardless of the scale of the mold damage encountered.