How to Treat Mold Once Identified

Once mold is identified in your home or workplace, it should not be taken lightly. Mold can attribute to health problems such as migraines, allergies, coughs, nasal congestion, sore throats, and rashes.

Eliminating mold is difficult without the use of professionals. Proper chemicals, equipment, and training are needed to stop mold and prevent the accidental spread of mold spores during the cleaning process.

Our Mold Remediation Process

Step 1
Since mold spores will be disturbed during the cleaning process, our team of trained technicians will seal off the area to prevent cross-contamination.

Step 2
Our team will bag all contaminated building materials and remove the bags. We will use HEPA scrubbers and negative air machines to filter and clean the air of mold and microbial spores.

Step 3
Where there is contaminated material that cannot be extracted, such as concrete walls or floors, the material will be HEPA sanded, HEPA vacuumed, and cleaned using antimicrobial products.

Step 4
After the mold has been removed and the cleaning is complete, our technicians will apply an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) approved indoor air quality encapsulate. This includes a built-in antimicrobial, which seals and protects the structure from future mold growth.

Step 5
Upon completion of the process, our team will remove the equipment and supplies used. You will have nothing left to cleanup or dispose of.

We take pride in our work and hope you will find that our work has exceeded your expectations. Please contact us for more information on our services.