Mold Removal & Remediation
Eliminating The Source Of Mold Growth
It’s understandable to want to try to remove mold as soon as you find it. However, attempting serious mold and mildew removal on your own can make the damage and danger worse by releasing mold spores into the air and causing additional risk.
ServiceMaster by Singer is certified in mold remediation and mold removal by the IICRC. With the training, experience, and equipment needed to remove mold and repair the damage, you can rely on us to properly remove mold from your home.
What is involved with mold remediation?
Mold remediation is the process of removing mold from a home or building and preventing further growth. This typically involves identifying the source of the mold and fixing the problem that caused the mold to grow.
Once the source of the mold has been addressed, the next step is to remove the mold itself, remove any affected materials, and completely sanitize the area. Our expert team will also use air scrubbers to return your air quality to normal.
Our Process for Remediation
If we discover mold and/or mildew contamination, we report the contamination to the property owner, and the insurance company to protect occupants, and our employees from any unsafe or unnecessary exposure to contaminants. After we test for mold and the level of threat they propose, we then will present cost-effective options and methods to remedy the mold and/or mildew. By addressing the mold problem on your property, it will help reduce the potential health problems caused by mold.
Mold Remediation After Water Damage
Water and moisture create conditions ideal for mold and mildew to grow. When we are brought in immediately after water damage to extract the water and properly dry the areas, the chance of mold and mildew growth significantly decreases. Professional mold removal is a careful, in depth process involving the use of specialized equipment and cleaning agents.
What is the difference between mold removal and mold remediation?
Mold removal is the process of removing mold from surfaces using a variety of methods, such as scrubbing with detergent or bleach, vacuuming, or using special mold-removal products. Mold removal is just one step in the mold remediation process.
Mold remediation is a more comprehensive approach that seeks to address the underlying causes of mold growth. This may involve fixing leaks or repairing moisture damage, as well as taking steps to improve ventilation. Ultimately, mold remediation is designed to prevent future mold growth by creating an inhospitable environment for the mold to grow.