Mold Remediation for Your Home
Cleaning up mold quickly and safely is important, but unless you find and fix the source of moisture in your home, your mold problems will return.
THE LONGER MOLD HAS TO GROW, THE MORE DAMAGE IT CAN CAUSE
It is recommended by the Environmental Health Lab with the California Department of Public Health to hire a licensed contractor for larger projects (more than 11 square feet of infected space) and even for smaller projects to ensure that your problem is taken care of.
We use state-of-the-art technology and techniques to identify mold growth sources and assess the damage extent. We provide a detailed report of our findings and a customized plan for remediating your home.
We understand the dangers of mold growth and take advantage of the latest technological techniques to identify and remediate mold in your home or business. We utilize advanced air filtration systems to remove airborne mold spores and ensure a healthy indoor environment.
We used advanced techniques to remove all traces of mold from your property so you can enjoy a healthy, safe living space again without risk of re-growth.
Water Damage Restoration
Mold can grow due to water damage and pose a serious health risk. We offer comprehensive mold restoration services to remove all traces of mold and ensure your home stays healthy.
Prevention and Education
Preventing mold is the best way to deal with it. That’s why we provide education on prevention methods, including proper ventilation, moisture control, and regular.
Mold & Your Health
You are exposed to indoor mold by breathing in mold spores. Mold spores can be on materials like walls, floors, furniture or float in the air.
It is common to find mold spores in the air floating around infected homes. In fact, everyone is exposed to mold spores every day. In small quantities it can be harmless. But, once the mold spores are met with moisture, the mold has an opportunity to grow. Larger problems with indoor mold and moisture are more likely to cause health problems including:
Allergic Reactions (often called Hay Fever)
Cause or worsen Asthma
Respiratory infections such as colds, the flu, and in severe cases fungal infections.