The purpose of mold remediation is to remove the mold to prevent human exposure and damage to building materials and furnishings. It is necessary to clean up mold contamination, not just to kill the mold. Dead mold is still allergenic, and some dead molds are potentially toxic.
How Does Mold Remediation Work?
The protocol for mold remediation does include hanging plastic containments, where square footage requirements are necessary, in negative air to eliminate any cross contamination of mold spores throughout the rest of the uncontaminated area. Negative air machines are installed to clean the air and remove the spores.
An antimicrobial wash will be applied to all building materials that are affected with visible mold. This will kill the mold and root structure. A HEPA vacuum will be used between each clean and during the final clean to remove any settled spores.
We provide environmental air testing and 3rd party analysis on all mold remediation jobs. A final lab report and post mold remediation clearance letter will be provided. The clearance letter states that the mold remediation to the property has returned the inside air quality back to a “normal fungal ecology.”
Schedule Your Onsite Estimate Today
If you have noticed mold or unknown fungal growth and are concerned, CALL US at 770-339-9340. An onsite estimate can be provided which includes moisture readings, findings report, scope of work (if needed), and photographs for documentation.