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Mold Removal

Mold growth is a serious and often misunderstood problem. Mold growth can happen in any property when the right conditions are present – all that is needed is moisture, a food source, and a place to live. Mold is common in buildings that have experienced water damage, as well as in areas that experience high humidity levels, such as a bathroom or basement. Once established, mold can spread fairly easily and can be difficult to remove.

Mold exists nearly everywhere in the natural environment, but it becomes an issue when it grows indoors. Most water based molds are very harmful to the human respiratory system and can cause serious long-term effects without much notice through its progression.

How We Remove Mold

When mold growth is identified, we first address the affected area and contain the environment to avoid further spreading. It is essential to identify and rectify the cause of the moisture that contributed to the mold growth, such as a previous water damage, leaking roof, plumbing issue, or condensation problem. If the moisture source is not addressed, it is likely the mold will become a recurring problem.

We will safely remove the mold and contaminated materials, such as drywall where the mold has established itself within the material. After the mold has been removed, the area will be treated using sanitizing agents to clean the area and prohibit future growth. Everything takes place in a contained environment to prevent the mold spores from travelling to other areas of the property.

At Certi-Dry, our mold removal technicians have specialized training to ensure the safe and effective removal of mold growth from your property. As a full-service property restoration company, we can handle it all – from the containment and removal of the mold, to remediation of water damage, to the repairs and reconstruction of your property to pre-loss condition. If you suspect you may have a mold issue in your home or commercial property, do not hesitate to contact us today.