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Mold is one of the worst contaminants you can find in your home. Though not always visible or easy to spot, it can silently wreak havoc on your property.

Mold can grow anywhere indoors where there are wet or damp surfaces, including on ceilings, wallpaper, wood, drywall, and insulation material. It can begin growing on a wet surface within 48 hours. And if mold is left unchecked, it can impede your quality of life and put the structure of your home at risk.

Need mold removal in Chicago? Count on our expert and courteous team. Call us at (773) 729-1757 to request your service.

Protect Your Home & Health From Mold

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There is no denying that mold is unattractive. Unfortunately, that’s only the start of the problem. In addition to being harmful to the walls, ceilings, and floors of your home, it can also pose a risk to the health of you, your family, and anyone else in your home.

It’s important to call our mold remediation company in Chicago at the first sign of a problem to avoid serious damage to your home and health.

Mold infestation can lead to:

  • Structural damage to foundations, HVAC systems, drywall, roofing, gutters, furnishings, and other areas

  • Health problems that include headaches, skin irritation, allergic reactions, breathing difficulties, aggravation of asthma symptoms, and more

Our mold removal staff members are Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) Certified Mold Remediation experts. This means that the ServiceMaster DSI team has received extensive training in microbiological contaminants and removal techniques.

Paired with our decades of mold removal service for homes and businesses, you won’t find a more thorough and efficient mold removal team.

Dial (773) 729-1757 or contact us online to learn more about mold remediation near you!

Our Mold Remediation Process

  • Isolating and containing mold with physical barriers or other techniques
  • Using the latest technology to capture, filter, and scrub mold spores from the air
  • Removing mold itself with EPA registered anti-fungal and antimicrobial products
  • Drying sources of water contributing to mold growth
  • Disposing of mold-contaminated material
  • Cleaning and deodorizing belongings as necessary
  • Repairing and reconstructing damaged areas of your home

Whether the Chicago humidity has affected your home, you've experienced flood damage, or you have had leaky plumbing in the past, you may have mold hidden somewhere in your home. The best action you can take is to immediately call a professional Chicago mold remediation specialist.

We’ll get your home is back in its original state by providing mold remediation and any other water damage or restoration services needed if we find your structure is at risk.

How To Get Rid Of Mold Spores In The Air

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Getting rid of mold spores in the air can be challenging, but here are some steps you can take to help reduce the amount of mold spores in your indoor air:

  1. Identify and remove the source of mold: The first step in reducing mold spores in the air is to identify and remediate the source of mold growth. This may involve fixing leaks or ventilation issues, removing water-damaged materials, and thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting affected surfaces.

  2. Improve ventilation: Increasing ventilation in your home can help reduce the concentration of mold spores in the air. This can be done by opening windows, using exhaust fans in bathrooms and kitchens, and running a dehumidifier to reduce indoor humidity levels.

  3. Use an air purifier: An air purifier with a HEPA filter can help remove mold spores from the air. HEPA filters are designed to capture small particles such as mold spores, dust, and pollen.

  4. Clean and vacuum regularly: Regular cleaning and vacuuming can help remove mold spores and prevent them from accumulating in your indoor air. Use a vacuum with a HEPA filter to help trap mold spores and prevent them from being released back into the air.

  5. Monitor indoor humidity levels: Mold thrives in high humidity environments, so it's important to monitor indoor humidity levels and keep them below 60%. You can use a hygrometer to measure indoor humidity levels and a dehumidifier to reduce humidity if needed.

It's important to note that while these steps can help reduce the concentration of mold spores in the air, complete elimination of mold spores from indoor air is not always possible. If you have a mold allergy or are experiencing symptoms related to mold exposure, you should consult with a medical professional for advice on managing your symptoms.

Why hire ServiceMaster DSI

With over 15 years in the residential restoration sector, the Executive Management Team at ServiceMaster DSI is skilled in striking a balance between fast result and high quality work. Getting houses and businesses back in full operation as soon as possible, is our top priority. In turn, this lowers interruption costs and client downtime, creating exceptional customer satisfaction. Additionally, the vertical integration of our service offerings improves effectiveness and quality throughout the full restoration process.

We have a strong desire to provide exceptional brand quality, value, and service because our greatest asset is our workforce. The ability to find, develop, and keep the greatest restoration specialists in the industry is something ServiceMaster DSI is proud of.

Give us a call at (773) 729-1757 or contact us online to consult with a mold specialist near you today!

You Have Questions & We Have Answers

  • How much does mold remediation cost? 

    The average cost of mold removal can vary widely depending on several factors such as the type and extent of the mold growth, the location of the mold, and the level of expertise required to remove the mold. However, based on industry estimates, the average cost of mold removal in the United States can range from $500 to $6,000. 

    For small, isolated areas of mold growth, the cost of removal may be relatively low, typically ranging from $500 to $1,500. However, for larger areas of mold growth or for mold that has spread to multiple areas of a home or building, the cost of removal can be significantly higher, ranging from $2,000 to $6,000 or more. 

    Ultimately, the best way to determine the cost of mold removal in your specific situation is to obtain a professional inspection and estimate from a qualified mold remediation company. .
  • What is involved in mold remediation?

    Mold remediation involves identifying, containing, removing, and preventing the growth of mold in a home or business. The goal of mold remediation is to restore an area back to its original condition while protecting occupants’ health by eliminating potential sources of indoor air contamination. Mold can cause serious health issues if not properly dealt with so it's important that property owners take the steps necessary for proper removal and prevention when dealing with this issue. 

    The first step in any successful mold remediation project is identifying what type(s) of molds are present as well as determining how extensive their presence is. Once identified, containment must be established around affected areas using plastic sheeting or other materials that will help keep spores contained during cleanup activities. This helps ensure no further spread occurs throughout unaffected parts of the building during clean up efforts. After all visible signs have been removed then HEPA-filtered vacuum cleaners should be used on carpets/upholstery along with detergents designed specifically for killing fungi which can help reduce levels even further prior to final restoration efforts taking place.
  • What to do after mold remediation?

    After mold remediation, it’s of the utmost importance to take the necessary steps to prevent future mold growth issues. Mold spores are always present in the air and can quickly grow on damp surfaces if not prevented. You should keep an eye out for moisture issues in your home even after remediation takes place. This includes inspecting pipes for leaks, ensuring proper ventilation of bathrooms and kitchens, using dehumidifiers in areas prone to humidity build-up, sealing windowsills with caulking or weatherstripping where necessary.

    It's also important after a mold remediation project has been completed that all affected materials be properly disposed of according to local regulations regarding hazardous waste disposal. This includes drywall sheetrock which often contains asbestos fibers as well as carpet padding which could contain fungal colonies from prior infestations. Additionally, any porous material such as furniture should be deep cleaned with an anti-fungal solution before being brought back into useable condition again; failure to do so could result in further contamination down the line leading you right back where you started! 

    Finally, once everything has been taken care of it’s essential that regular maintenance inspections take place at least every couple of months since even small amounts of moisture can lead quickly lead up new colonies forming within no time at all.