Our Mold Removal Process
Mold removal is an extensive process and is complicated by the fact that mold spores are microscopic and can easily travel throughout your home or business if disturbed. It’s true that mold spores are naturally occuring and having low levels of mold spores is completely normal. But when a water source is introduced, mold will thrive and create a serious problem.
Step 1 — The first step in mold removal is containing the affected area. We will build an air-tight containment so that when we do the demo we are not spreading the mold spores throughout the entire property. Within the containment area we will protect items that weren’t able to be removed from the area.
We utilize a negative air scrubber within the containment area to trap and contain airborne mold spores. This scrubber will need to be kept on at all times and you will not be allowed to enter the containment area at any time for any reason.
Our trained professionals will wear all the necessary protective equipment including suits and respirators whenever in the containment area. They will work to remove mold damaged materials and will clean non-porous materials.
Step 2 — Once we are confident that we have diligently removed the mold in the containment area, we then recommend that you have an independent indoor air quality specialist to come in and verify we did what we said we would do. They will take air samples and surface samples to verify the mold spores have been removed efficiently.
Step 3 — When we receive the clearance, we will need to come back one last time to remove the containment and equipment that we set. If the mold removal required demolition, our team can make any repairs necessary to return the area to its former condition.