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MOLD REMEDIATION in Prescott Valley
Black mold on the bottom of a wall in Prescott Valley home

All of our expert mold technicians are IICRC certified and trained. This means that when we show up to perform a job, it gets done carefully, effectively, and efficiently. Our team understands that mold isn’t just on surfaces, it also spreads through the air. That’s why ServiceMaster of Prescott focuses on eliminating the source of mold as well as cleaning the air within an enclosed space. Whether you are need general mold removal or you have contaminated drywall that needs to be replaced, we are here to help you when mold strikes.

Call us at(928) 272-6095 for mold removal assistance in Prescott Valley, Prescott, Sedona, Verde Valley, and Cottonwood.

Our Mold Removal Procedures

Once mold is present, drying is not enough. Moldy materials must be either removed or decontaminated. This process is called remediation, which means “to remedy” or “to cure.” Proper applications to remove mold will be determined by the size, scope and nature of the mold contamination.

Our team at ServiceMaster of Prescott mold remediation team adheres to the following procedures:

  • Using state-of-the-art moisture reading instruments to identify where water is present or hiding
  • Cutting edge drying and dehumidification technology
  • Initiating containment and negative air set up
  • Hepa-vac and seal all affected areas
  • Air scrubbing / air filtration to eliminate airborne mold
  • Removal of drywall or structure debris with mold contamination
  • Cleaning services and materials that are contaminated
  • Replacing or rebuilding damage to home structure

We are dedicated to solving your mold contamination and we are also trained to remove mold through continued education. Providing continuing education to all our team members, and frequent hands-on mold removal training, makes us the leader in mold remediation. We are trained in detecting and handling any type/amount of mold contamination quickly and professionally.

Can I Try DIY Methods For Mold Removal?

We strongly recommend against DIY mold removal for several reasons:

  • Exposure to Spores - You can’t always tell if a mold is toxic just by looking at it. While most people probably know black mold is a potential hazard, it is less well known that any color of mold has the potential to be toxic as well. Agitating the area can cause the spores to float up into your respiratory tract.
  • Spread of the Mold - Traveling spores can do more than cause an immediate threat to your health. They can also create new patches of mold when they land on the next moist surface.
  • Incomplete Cleanup - It’s nearly impossible to tell without a professional inspection where all the mold is actually growing. There can be hidden areas of mold that cause the problem to come back, even when you think you’ve gotten every last patch.

No need to take risks–Just call the experts.

HVAC Mold Removal Near You

Not only can mold growth happen in different rooms and on different pieces of furniture, but it can also occur in an HVAC system, such as a furnace or air conditioner. Common causes of the presence of mold in HVAC units are moisture condescension, condensed moisture in the condensation line or drain pan, or having the wrong sized heating or air conditioning system.

If you notice a foul odor or musty smell in one or more rooms in your home, but you do not see any signs of mold anywhere, you may have a mold issue in your HVAC system. Our HVAC mold remediation team can inspect your heating and AC units and air ducts, clean the unit’s blower motor and evaporator coil, use EPA-registered disinfectant specifically labeled for HVAC use, and apply a mold and mildew inhibitor to all HVAC components.

Why Hire ServiceMaster of Prescott

For more than 65 years, ServiceMaster has offered expert mold treatment solutions! We take great satisfaction in offering remediation services with honesty and tact, so you can feel at ease leaving the difficult work to us. In order to complete the task as soon as possible, we provide emergency mold remediation services around-the-clock. When you choose ServiceMaster, you'll get professional evaluations, sincere attention, 24 hour support, and transparent communication. All of your restoration needs can be met by our team of mold removal specialists, just give us a call to learn more!

Get in touch by calling(928) 272-6095 for mold remediation near you.

You Have Questions & We Have Answers

  • What's the difference between mold remediation and mold removal?

    Generally speaking, these terms are somewhat interchangeable in that they both refer to eliminating unwanted mold from a business or residence. However, "mold removal" implies the process of eradicating a major mold infestation. "Mold remediation" is a technically more accurate term in that mold is always present inside any building. The ultimate goal is not to totally remove mold, which is impossible, but to "remediate" or bring mold levels down to a normal, healthy presence.
  • Is it safe to clean black mold yourself?

    The answer depends on the size and severity of the problem, but generally speaking, you should avoid trying to remove black mold yourself unless you have extensive experience dealing with this kind of fungus. If the area affected by black mold is very small, then there are steps that you can take such as using detergent and water or an appropriate cleaning agent like bleach solutions. However, any large-scale infestation should be handled by a professional who has access to specialized tools for removing molds safely without releasing spores into your home’s air supply.

    You should also consider your own health and safety before taking on black mold removal – wearing protective clothing such as gloves, goggles, and masks will help protect against skin irritation from contact with spores while also preventing inhalation which could lead more serious health problems over time if breathed in repeatedly over long periods of time. Proper ventilation must always be taken into account before starting any cleanup process because failure to do so may result in further contamination due to improper dispersal methods used during removal processes. In our opinion, it's much safer to leave black mold removal to the professionals. 
  • Who should I call for a mold inspection?

    For a professional mold inspection, it is recommended to call a certified mold remediation company like ServiceMaster of Prescott. We have trained technicians who can assess your property, conduct a thorough inspection, and provide appropriate recommendations for mold remediation.
  • How is a mold test done?

    Several methods are used to detect the presence of mold and identify the types of mold present. These methods may include air sampling, surface sampling, and bulk sampling. An indoor air sample is collected using specialized equipment during an air sampling. Surface sampling involves swabbing or tape-lifting samples from visible mold growth. Bulk sampling involves collecting physical materials suspected of containing mold, such as a piece of drywall or carpet. The samples are then sent to a laboratory for analysis and identification.
  • How much does a mold inspection generally cost?

    The cost of a mold inspection can vary depending on various factors such as the property's size, the mold problem's extent, and the location. Generally, the cost can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. It's best to contact a mold remediation company like ServiceMaster of Prescott for a personalized assessment and accurate cost estimate.
  • Can I test for mold myself?

    While DIY mold testing kits are available in the market, hiring a professional mold remediation company for accurate and reliable results is generally recommended. Professional technicians have the expertise, experience, and proper equipment to conduct a thorough mold inspection. They can also provide expert advice on the appropriate steps for mold remediation, if necessary. DIY tests may not always provide accurate results or identify hidden mold growth, which could lead to potential health risks and incomplete remediation efforts.