Mold remediation is a process by which mold is removed from a structure through gross removal of contaminated building materials and cleaning or restoration of structural components. Mold remediation is necessary in cases where significant growth is present either visibly and/or through testing performed through licensed third party mold consultants. Mold can affect carpets, ceilings, drywall or virtually any porous material. Typically, mold remediation involves containing affected area(s), gross removal of affected building materials in contained area(s), disinfecting and cleaning all surfaces with special EPA registered chemicals and cleaning the air through HEPA filtration.
Mold remediation process is almost always in accordance with a third party mold consultant protocol.
Bad odors often indicate the presence of harmful bacteria, mold, or other air borne contaminants – which is why it is important to identify the root cause and deal with the problem at its source. Stinky smells caused by mold, pets, cooking, fire or cigarette smoke can not only affect your lifestyle, but also cause loss of property value or even
trigger adverse health effects. A healthy home is important to the health of your family. Never ignore a bad smell as it could be a sign of unhealthy indoor air quality.
Our indoor air quality and odor removal service does more than just eliminate odors – it eradicates fine particulate matter such as aerosols, smoke, fumes, dust, ash and pollen, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), mold and can eliminate pathogens such as MRSA and C.diff.
While every situation is different, you can expect for air quality and odor removal services to include anything from air filtration and general cleaning of affected areas to ozone and chemically fogging of the areas.
SO WHAT EXACTLY IS
WATER DAMAGE. DON'T BE LEFT HANGING OUT TO DRY.
Water damage cleanup is essentially anything in a home or commercial structure that experiences water in an area where it shouldn’t be. Every water damage situation is a little bit different and requires a specialized solution. Water damage can have many sources from loose plumbing fixtures to natural disasters. Regardless of the source, water can be very damaging to your home or business. The general process is listed below.
1. Inspection and damage assessment
2. Water removal/water extraction
3. Drying and dehumidification
4. Cleaning and sanitizing
We are highly trained water damage specialists and have extensive water damage restoration training with an emphasis on monitoring and documenting the drying
process until completion. All specialists are certified in water damage restoration techniques and are applied structural drying technicians.