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Mold Remediation

Here in Florida it doesn’t take too long for mold or mildew to develop in your home. Sometimes when a water leak is not addressed right away mold can start to form in your home. Once mold starts to grow the health of you and your home can start to deteriorate. That is where we step in. Once you give us a call we will send a certified Applied Microbial Remediation Technician and an assessment of the damage will be made. Also we will send out a third party mold inspector to come and take air and surface samples to see what type of mold that you may have and to check the quality of the air that you are breathing. The mold inspector will write up a protocol of what work needs to be done and we will follow that protocol to make sure the work is done properly. We use a third party mold inspector to do the sampling because if we were to do the sampling ourselves it would create a conflict of interest. Be careful of any mold remediation company who does the mold testing along with the remediation.

The first step into getting your home or business mold free would be to setup negative airflow with air scrubbers and containment so that while we are working no other area outside of the containment will be come contaminated with mold. Once containment has been set up we will box, sort and inventory any items that may need to be taken off site for cleaning or disposal if they have been damaged beyond repair by the mold. All of your contents will then be placed in a climate controlled off site secure storage facility until the mold remediation is complete.

Once we have cleared and contained the working space the real remediation will begin. Carpeting will be taken out for cleaning or disposal and affected dry wall, ceiling and other floor types will either be taken out if the materials are too far gone or left in place for future cleaning. All of the debris that will be a part of the mold remediation process will be taken off site to be disposed of in a proper manner.

The next step in the mold remediation process will be to dry ice blast away the remaining mold that the demolition part of the remediation left behind. All semi-porous materials will be treated in this fashion including wood, framing, plywood, brick, block and concrete. Dry ice blasting is the easiest and cleanest way to remove mold from these semi porous materials.

Once the affected area has been HEPA vacuumed and damped wiped with an anti-microbial our contractors will come in and replace any drywall or carpeting that needs to be put back. Our contractors will make all of the necessary repairs to put your home or business back to pre-mold conditions to make it look new again.

After the construction part of the job is done we will bring back all of your contents. While the job site was being removed of the mold the contents were being cleaned as well. Your contents will receive the upmost care and attention to make sure that they are mold free before they return. The contents will be HEPA vacuumed and damped wiped to completely remove any mold that may be on them.

We know how hard it is to get back into life’s rhythm once it has been disturbed. Our professional, knowledgeable and courteous staff will help you get things back to normal as fast as we can, with as little inconvenience as possible. If you need residential or commercial mold remediation in Broward County, call us any time at 954-370-7778. In Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, you can reach us at 1-800-248-5071.

Molds are microscopic fungi that have the ability to thrive on numerous areas inside a home or business, including walls, tile, ceilings, clothing, and any other type of organic matter. There are hundreds of different species of mold that can cause health issues, ranging from mild allergies to deadly illnesses.

Mold is highly destructive and can also cause damage to the structural integrity of your home or business, leading to numerous disasters if not properly managed.

The following FAQs address what you should do if you discover mold inside your home or business.

Mold Restoration FAQs

Any visible sign of mold is an indication that you have a mold problem. There are several other signs that may indicate that hidden mold is present. 

Signs of Hidden Mold Include:

  • Musty, damp, and/or rotten smell
  • Dark spots on clothing or other fabric
  • Discolorations or spots mysteriously appear on furniture or walls
  • Asthma or allergy issues that won't go away
  • Warped walls
  • Itchy eyes
  • Trouble breathing
Even the discovery of what appears to be a small amount of mold, may in reality be a much bigger problem than anticipated.
Mold causes extensive damage to homes, businesses, and the items within. There are certain items that can be cleaned after mold contamination. These include items made of plastic, ceramic, glass, and certain electronics. A mold remediation specialist can help you determine which items are or are not salvageable. Mold removal services are performed by professional mold remediation technicians who are skilled, trained, and certified to remove mold. The extent of remediation required to correct a mold issue depends on the severity of the damages that have occurred. A certified mold remediation technician will recommend an expert mold inspector who will need to assess the extent of the damage and write a protocol for what needs to be done.
Professional mold removal is vital to prevent further damage and spread to other areas of the structure. Simply cleaning off the visible surface mold will not eliminate the problem. Mold grows deep within walls and other surfaces and will return without professional remediation. Source removal is the standard within the industry.
There are several places throughout your home or business that mold is likely to hide. These areas are the first places that you should check if you suspect mold may be present. 

Places to Check for Mold:

  • Air vents
  • Cabinets under kitchen sinks
  • Cabinets under bathroom sinks
  • Washer/Dryer areas
  • Water Heater/Furnace walls
  • Ceilings
Look under any appliances for signs of mold. The discovery of visible mold often indicates a much deeper water intrusion problem.
Seek professional advice as quickly as possible in the event that you discover mold inside your home or business. Mold grows quickly on surfaces and cannot be accessed or removed without professional assessment. 

What Not to Do

Attempting to remove mold on your own is usually superficial at best. Doing so may remove the visible appearance of mold on the surface, but the mold will continue to grow, spread, and cause contamination within. Trying to handle the mold problem without professional help is also likely to lead to claim issues with the insurance company. 

What to Do

The wisest decision is to reach out to a mold inspector for a professional estimate on the extent of the mold damages. This will ensure that you receive professional advice on how to proceed. Never use the same company to do the assessment for the actual remediation This can cause a conflict of interest.

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