Mold Testing & Remediation
Mold Testing & Remediation For All Properties
Restore All is partnered with Certified Mold Experts who are respected and reliable inspectors. We provide you with a FREE home visual inspection and mold assessment by checking for humidity and moisture in your property. If mold is visible or suspected, we suggest that a licensed Mold Assessor collect samples of different parts of your home, business, or commercial building to determine if your indoor air has elevated mold levels. Our team will work with you to ensure you understand how we will remove the mold and effectively get rid of dangerous molds like black mold.
Direct Insurance Billing Available
Our team will work with you and guide you through the process of utilizing your homeowners insurance coverage when available for damages caused by mold, floods, fires, and more.
Signs Your Home May Have Mold
- Your AC smells weird
- Peeling Wallpaper
- Colds That Just Won’t Go Away
- Dark Colored Spots on Your Walls
- You Develop or Have Worsened Asthma Symptoms
- There is a Musty Odor in the Home or Property
- You’ve Recently Had Flooding On Your Property
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is the mold remediation process?
During the mold remediation process, steps are taken to contain the affected area to prevent cross-contamination to other areas of the home. This may involve sealing off the area with plastic sheets and using negative air pressure machines to ensure that mold spores do not spread during the removal process.
Our visual mold inspection will give you a complete evaluation of your home or business. We scan for water, moisture or water-related problems like mold. Our inspector will use humidity detectors and infrared thermal imaging to analyze your home or office.
We will recommend a licensed Mold Assessor to take samples that will be sent to a third-party laboratory for analysis. All the information collected allows the assessor to create a comprehensive report that will tell us if there is a problem. If there is, a Mold Remediation protocol is provided to effectively remediate the problem.
What comes after my mold inspection?
Important: It is important to conduct post-remediation clearance testing to make sure the mold has been effectively removed during the remediation process.
How does mold become a problem?
Mold can become a problem in your home when there is excessive moisture or humidity present. This can happen due to various reasons, such as water leaks, condensation, or flooding. When these conditions are present, mold spores can easily find a suitable environment to grow and thrive.
What happens if mold is untreated?
Once mold spores find a damp area, they can start to multiply and spread rapidly. This is why it is important to address any water damage or moisture issues in your home promptly. If left untreated, mold can quickly become a widespread problem, affecting not only the structural integrity of your home but also the air quality indoors.
What do I do if I have mold in my home or business?
To effectively address a mold problem in your home, professional mold remediation services are highly recommended. These professionals have the expertise and equipment to identify the source of the mold growth, safely remove the affected materials, and restore the affected areas to their pre-mold condition.
What solutions do you provide for mold growth?
Remediation: Our technicians apply solutions exceeding industry standards for mold removal, air treatment and purification, area containment, leak repair, disposal of contaminated material, anti-fungal treatments, and restoration of the property before the damage occurs. We follow all EPA, OSHA, IICRC S500 and IICRC R520 Standard procedures.
Where are the most common places that mold grows?
Mold can begin forming in various exposed or hidden places in your home or business when conditions are ideal with the temperature, humidity, and other factors within a property. Often the location of mold is not visible to the occupants of the property, existing within a wall, behind a cabinet or furniture, or in a crawlspace or attic.
How does mold affect my health?
When mold becomes a problem in your home, it can pose serious health risks to you and your family. Exposure to mold spores can trigger allergic reactions, respiratory problems, and even worsen existing conditions such as asthma. Additionally, some types of mold produce mycotoxins, which can be toxic when inhaled or ingested.
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