Mold Removal Professionals
Are you in need of mold removal? If you are experiencing mold growth on your property, the answer to this question is yes, absolutely you do! When you detect mold growth in your home or office, you immediately want to have it removed. Calling a company like Silver Lining Property Restoration that offers professional service is the best way to go about the initial step of this process.
When is mold remediation necessary?
Mold Removal Services:
What Is Mold Elimination?
The terms mold removal, mold mitigation, mold abatement and mold remediation are often used interchangeably, which invariably means to get rid of mold or successfully treat mold. However, the main difference among these terminologies is in the process involved in eliminating mold.
Our Mold Remediation Process
Mold remediation is the term used to describe all the processes involved in eliminating harmful mold growth. It includes mold testing by a third-party company, removal, demolition, sanitizing, containment, and mold cleaning, depending on the type and location. Silver Lining Property Restoration understands mold growth's critical nature will offer remediation to get the mold levels in your property back to a harmless point rather than a false promise of total mold removal.
A careful inspection of the property is done to identify mold growth type and source. A sample will be sent to a third-party company that specializes in environmental testing to identify and help determine the best approach for remediation.
Molds produce spores when they are triggered. These spores move in the air and can settle on other surfaces while they are being removed. As a result, expert mold remediation involves isolation of contaminated areas before cleaning or removal.
The mold cleaning approach depends on its location. Molds on non-porous or semi-porous materials are often cleaned through a safe process that prevents spores’ release into the air. (HEPA air filtration air scrubbers and other equipment will be utilized during this point).
Removal of mold-infested materials is often followed by thorough cleaning of all items affected, such as furniture, curtains, floors, and walls. This will also include deodorization and elimination of odors with the use of special equipment.
The final step in the mold remediation procedure is the preventative recommendation. These are steps suggested by the professionals to homeowners and business owners for the prevention of mold regrowth so that mold problems will not reoccur in the future.