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Mold Remediation

Mold is a result of long-time humidity, heat, and water problems. Mold, itself, does not pose health risks to humans. However, it generates toxins known as “mycotoxins” that do pose serious health risks to humans. It is important to be aware of these health risks when dealing with mold. People with respiratory diseases like asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease “COPD” are at an even higher risk of health problems.

What Is Mold Remediation?

Remediation is the process of cleaning up damage caused by mold. It cannot be stressed enough, the importance of dealing with mold sooner than later. The first sign of mold growth should be addressed by a remediation expert.

Our mold remediation team is fully trained to clean out mold-infested drywall, hardwood, paneling, and other building materials.

The damaged materials are transported to a local landfill to be of disposed per the Environmental Protection Agency “EPA” regulations. Our goal is to protect our workers, clients, and the environment from exposure to dangerous mold toxins.

Health Risks Of Living In A Moldy Environment

As mentioned above, mold produces toxins. When mold spores and toxins are inhaled into the respiratory system, they can cause respiratory illnesses. The first signs of mold spore inhalation are coughing, shortness of breath, and wheezing.

If left untreated, the mold spores will begin to colonize inside the lung cavities. The result is chronic respiratory illnesses, such as emphysema, tuberculosis, and sarcoidosis.

Cleaning Tips For Mold Removal

Mold needs to be treated like a foreign agent because the health risks are real. Once the mold spores are disturbed, the risk of inhalation becomes more apparent. Before tackling any mold cleanup project, don a pair of rubber gloves, a mask, goggles, a hazmat suit, and other Personal Protective Equipment “PPE” gear.

Severe mold problems should only be handled by a professional mold remediation team.

Mold Preventative Tips

  • Reduce humidity with dehumidifiers and ventilation fans
  • Routine inspections of high-risk areas, including basement, attic, and crawlspace
  • Repair plumbing leaks immediately upon detection
  • Assess roofline for leaks at least twice a year
  • Damaged roofing systems should be replaced as soon as possible
  • Install a sump pump in basements and crawlspaces with standing water
  • Install gutters along the roofline to divert rainwater away from the home
  • Install an underground drainage system to divert rainwater away from the basement and crawlspace
  • Take advantage of our free mold remediation inspection and written quote

We offer same-day, emergency, and scheduled appointments for all our mold remediation services.

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