If your home or business is exposed to a significant amount of moisture, such as a leaking roof or flooding, you could be at risk for a mold infestation. Many mold varieties can begin growing within 48-72 hours from water exposure.
Once mold has taken hold, your property risks becoming a breeding ground for allergens and irritants. Dryrite Restoration is known as the best mold removal service. In order to provide the safest, quickest, and most effective service, we’re proud to offer 24-hour emergency support.
Our IICRC certified specialists have the training, expertise, and equipment to safely combat any mold infestation. Throughout the restoration process, your safety will be our top concern. We will do everything we can to make sure that you’re satisfied with our work, all while keeping your asbestos exposure to an absolute minimum.
For Mold remediation to take place, at first glance some mold varieties can appear similar. Different types of mold may have a similar appearance, but one could be more dangerous than others. We do not recommend attempting to identify mold strains yourself, since any disruption to the mold’s surface can release spores. Unfortunately, the only way to identify mold spores accurately is to get them under a microscope and tested. Aspergillus This family of mold is found in food, as well as in-home air conditioning systems and ducts. Aspergillus is known to cause allergic reactions in humans. Cladosporium The surface of Cladosporium resembles black pepper and is classified as non-toxic. Nevertheless, exposure to its spores can still trigger allergic reactions and irritate your skin. Stachybotrys Commonly referred to as black mold, Stachybotrys is a toxic mold that poses a serious health risk to anyone who comes into contact with it. Stringent safety measures (such as the use of protective gear) should be implemented when removing Stachybotrys.
In order for mold to grow, certain environmental conditions must be met. Your home or business could be contaminated with mold if the following conditions exist: High Humidity If your property is located in a high humidity area, then the possibility of mold growth will increase. This is because outdoor humidity impacts your indoor humidity levels, and the resulting moisture creates the perfect environment for toxic mold to thrive. Water Leaks When there are unresolved water intrusions to the building, such as a roof leak or a pipe leak, moisture will begin to build up. If these leaks are ignored or if they remain undiscovered, this allows mold to spread. Flooding Whether it’s caused by broken plumbing or heavy rains, flooding provides the perfect opportunity for mold growth. As is the case with water leaks, the longer the flooding remains unaddressed, the higher the chances of mold growth.
Our professional mold removal process starts with a thorough mold inspection of your property, which would allow us to pinpoint specific areas where mold needs to be removed. During this process, we look for visible signs of moisture, water damage, potential leaks, and water intrusion. Our technicians will typically begin the investigation in target, high-growth areas such as the interior living space, the basement, the attic, and crawl spaces.
Once the test results come back, we’ll learn the toxicity levels of the mold. This informs our strategy for containing the spores. Containment of all affected requires industrial-grade mold removal and remediation tools such as HEPA air scrubbers, zip walls, mold coatings, and mold sealers. At the same time, pur mold removal specialists are equipped with protective gear and specialized systems that will allow the safe and effective eradication of mold from your property.
When the mold has been contained, we can start drying out all humid or moist areas in your house. Mold thrives when moisture is abundant, so drying the affected areas out should rob them of the chance to grow and continue to spread. After the drying is complete, we’ll need to use industrial-grade chemicals on the affected floors and walls. In cases where the mold growth is inside or in the back of a wall, the only real option is to remove the material, which is likely to be wet or moist and mold-damaged already.
When all signs of mold are eliminated, we can start the process of restoring your property. The final mold restoration process will depend on which areas of your home sustained damage from the infestation. In some cases, restoration could be rebuilding an interior wall, while in another it might mean replacing flooring. Once we’ve restored your home to its original condition, we’ll inspect the whole property again and confirm that there is no longer any visible trace of mold infestation. We will also double check air quality levels to ensure there are no remaining airborne spores. When the mold has been contained, we can start drying out all humid or moist areas in your house. Mold thrives when moisture is abundant, so drying the affected areas out should rob them of the chance to grow and continue to spread. After the drying is complete, we’ll need to use industrial grade chemicals on affected floors and walls. In cases where the mold growth is inside or in the back of a wall, the only real option is to remove the material, which is likely to be wet or moist and mold-damaged already.
After we’ve located all visible mold formations, we’ll need to collect samples for in-depth analysis and testing. Once the samples have been carefully extracted, they are immediately sent to a reputable laboratory for testing. This step is critical because different mold strains require different mold remediation strategies. This testing will also help us determine if the mold damage in your property poses a health risk.
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