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Mold Remediation--Trust An Experienced Company

4/11/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Mold Remediation--Trust An Experienced Company Mold Damage–Call SERVPRO Blackwood/Gloucester Twp.

SERVPRO Can Safely Remediate Mold Damage in Your Blackwood Home.

Mold remediation for mold damage in Blackwood/Gloucester Twp. includes identifying and addressing issues of mold in a structure. Mold remediation stops the spread of mold by isolating the areas which are damaged, taking out the affected material and stopping the sources of moisture so that a healthy environment can be reestablished.

What Mold Remediation Involves
When you hire a professional like SERVPRO for mold remediation, it will involve cleaning up the mold and removing it so that the health risks and damage can be assessed. Cleaning with water and bleach won’t kill mold. Material which is moldy has to be disposed of, and the area which is damaged has to be reconstructed. This is why mold remediation should be handled by a trained professional so handle the hazardous materials and stop the spread of mold to other areas of your home. Expert mold remediation includes:

Assessment – experts will visit your home to find the areas with mold, plus figure out what the source of the problem is. They will then go over a plan for mold remediation.


Containment – The source of the problem will be addressed and the area which is affected closed off to stop contamination from spreading through the rest of your home from the mold spores being stirred up during the process of removal.


Filtration – the spores of mold and other particles from the air can be cleaned by using HEPA filters. The specialist will wear protective masks and goggles to lessen their exposure to airborne contaminants.


Removal - personal belongings and building materials in your home can be affected by the mold. Since it is an organism that is living and deeply ingrains itself to survive, anything that is porous should be discarded. The most efficient and safest way to make sure mold does not return is to get rid of contaminated materials. Antimicrobial cleaning products can be used to disinfect nonporous materials, and sealants can also be used to make the treated areas resistant to mold and water damage. You might need to have your air conditioning, and heating systems cleaned professionally as well. This will help to reduce the number of mold spores existing in the duct work.

Drying – it is crucial that the repaired and cleaned items be kept completely dry. Excessive moisture, remember, is where the issue started. Because of this, our mold remediation specialist will probably go over moisture management strategies with you to make sure your home won’t encounter problems in the future.
Repair – the process of reconstruction will start after all the materials that were contaminated with mold are removed. Mold-free, clean materials will be the replacements for materials that were previously contaminated. This action is only required under severe fungi infestations.

Testing – After remediation, the company will look for any recurrent water damage signs, visible mold or moldy odors to make sure that cleanup was successful.

If you think you might have mold damage, don’t hesitate to contact the professionals at SERVPRO of Blackwood/Gloucester Twp. The health of your family needs to be protected, so call (856) 227-7800 so your home can be evaluated for mold right away.

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