Mold Remediation and Restoration
As a property owner, you have likely heard of the dangers of mold in the past. It is one of the more insidious problems a property can face, given how difficult of a problem it can be to detect without an obvious patch of mold. Mold thrives in humid areas and tends to be a particular problem in coastal areas in South Florida, as well as other areas prone to higher-than-average humidity and dampness.
It doesn’t take much for the treatment of previous water damage to be missed by contractors only trying to meet code, but it is a serious consideration for Restoration Pro. Thorough restoration after water damage means ensuring there isn’t going to be any mold in the future.
Household molds such as black mold are known to cause hay fever–like symptoms in some, as well as aggravating respiratory conditions. The CDC has yet to issue a clear statement on the connections between molds and more acute health issues, but even routine aggravation from mold can mean a lot to someone with asthma or another respiratory ailment. Restoration Pro specializes in black mold removal.
Why You Need Mold Remediation Specialists
The difficulty involved ensuring that mold is dealt with properly is why mold remediation specialists are necessary. You need mold mitigation specialists certified in air quality to help ensure there isn’t an excess of mycotoxins left floating around your property. Fortunately, all of our specialists are certified properly to help get your air quality back to normal.
Good air quality is one of the keys to good health. Getting there does require addressing the problem by finding its source, though. The Restoration Pro specialists can help you with common sources such as:
Damp areas from poor construction
Lingering effects of water damage
These and other sources are all capable of contributing to an environment that supports mold growth. Only by resolving these issues can the problem be cut off at the root, so that the rest of it can be cleaned up. Fortunately, this isn’t a difficult task when placed in the right hands.
Common Mold Remediation Techniques
Beyond targeting the source of dampness feeding the mold, our specialists will help by cutting off the affected area from the rest of your home. This will help reduce the chance of it spreading further. Afterward, the main goal will be to remove or treat all affected areas to properly remove the mold.
Whether a particular client’s job requires a surface treatment or full removal of an affected area will be discussed after an assessment. Any materials that need to be removed will be properly disposed of to avoid contaminating new parts of the home or causing further health risks.
Properly cleaning up the area and replacing any damaged or removed areas afterward will ensure your home gets back to looking its best and being healthy quickly.
Remember: Our satisfaction guarantee means we will return to examine the area again if it appears the infestation wasn’t entirely conquered.