Norwood and Greater Boston Mold Remediation Services
Struggling with Mold damage in your home? We Can Help!
If your home, apartment or condo has suffered from water damage, it may be time to contact a team of IAQA skilled professionals. ServiceMaster by Gilmore mold damage restoration team is trained and CMR & CMRS Certified to properly remediate materials affected by mold. People suffering from allergies and asthma are particularly sensitive to the presence of mold. Avoid prolonged exposure to mold in your home or building by calling us today—we have a number of protocols we can utilize to effectively resolve the problem.
What Is Mold Remediation?
“Mold remediation” refers to the process of identifying, removing, and cleaning and treating a home that has experienced mold growth. While some businesses may only specialize in mold removal, our team of remediation specialists provide full remediation services from beginning to end. Our team will:
- Identify the scope of the mold issue
- Work to contain and properly ventilate the area where the mold issue is found
- Provide thorough cleaning and disinfection services to remove any trace of mold
- Provide preventative services to ensure the mold doesn’t come back
Looking for professional mold remediation in Norwood? Our team does the job right! Call (800) 783-0552 today for help!
When Is Mold Remediation Required?
While it’s true that some mold issues can be handled by the homeowner, in cases where the mold is affecting an area of more than 10 feet, it’s recommended that you hire a professional. Mold, if not treated quickly and properly, can be dangerous for you and your family’s health. If you aren’t sure where to begin with treating the mold in your home, or you feel that the job is too big for you to handle on your own, call our team of mold removal specialists today for help.
What to do After Mold Remediation?
After the mold remediation process is completed, it is important to take preventative measures to ensure that the mold does not return. This includes making sure that any water damage or leaks are repaired and sealed properly, reducing moisture in the home by using dehumidifiers and fans, increasing ventilation in damp areas such as bathrooms and basements, regularly checking for signs of new growths or water damage.
Additionally, sanitizing surfaces with a bleach solution can help remove mold spores that may remain. Finally, it is essential to replace porous materials like carpets or drywall if they have been affected by mold growth since these materials may be difficult to completely clean without replacing them entirely.
How Do I Know if There Are Mold Spores in The Air?
When it comes to potential, or visible mold damage, our mold remediation experts know how to safely remove mold and restore your property back to its original condition. Mold spores in the air can cause serious health risks and our mold mitigation team is trained in how to remove mold spores from behind walls and from the air. If you suspect mold damage it is important to have a mold mitigation expert provide a thorough inspection to ensure your property is safe.