How We Remove Mold
Professional mold abatement is a careful, step-by-step profession process involving the use of highly specialized equipment and cleaning agents . There are many details involved in doing this process correctly. But the overall process can be broken down into some general steps, as follows:
A containment is the work area designed to prevent cross-contamination of mold spores to non-affected areas of the building.
HEPA AIR SCRUBBERS
HEPA Air Scrubbing. Clean the air using commercial-grade and industrial-strength air scrubbing machines. These machines use what are known as HEPA filters, which are designed to capture 99.97% of all airborne and microscopic spores which pass through the filters. This process helps to improve air quality in the room(s) where the air scrubbers are placed and prevent spores from circulating to other rooms
Vacuum the contaminated area using what are known as HEPA filters, which are designed to capture 99.97% of all airborne and microscopic spores which pass through the filters.
Dehumidifiers and Blowers
We use dehumidifiers and blowers to dry out all the wet areas that cause mold growth. Dehumidifiers take excessive moisture out of the air, and the blowers help circulate the air eliminating those unpleasant odors caused by mold growth. This can have a huge impact on the environment in your home during the summer, a rainy spell or anytime a temperature of more than 60 degrees combines with high humidity.
Carefully remove the negatively impacted building materials. Focus is on controlled demo and mold removal in order to prevent kicking and stirring up additional mold spores as much as possible.
John The MoldMan
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