A Certified Restoration mold specialist will come into your home and perform a visual mold inspection to address any areas of elevated moisture and microbial (mold) growth.
We will then contain affected areas to prevent any cross contamination or mold spores from spreading throughout the home and identify any potential sources of water prior to beginning the mold remediation process.
Provide an estimate to homeowner for mold remediation.
Removal Of Non-Salvageable Items
Remove all non-salvageable items such as carpet, drywall, cabinets, books, papers, upholstered furniture, drapes, or ceiling tiles.
Dry & Clean
Dry all building materials to industry standards, wire brush wood framing to remove all hyphae (mold roots), and perform a final wipe down of entire affected workspace with an EPA-approved anti-microbial solution.
Test air samples inside and out of the affected areas to assure mold remediation is complete.
Repair & Reconstruction
Repair and reconstruction of all areas that were damaged by mold or disturbed by the remediation process (holes or damage to walls, floor, cabinets, etc.)
“These guys are awesome! After my apartment flooded I had suspected we had a mold problem. I was referred to Certified Restoration from a friend who used them for a similar issue and had nothing but great things to say about their service. Mike came down to OB for free on mother’s day to do a walk through and was very professional and nice. He was able to help me come up with a solution to our problem and was very knowledgable and helpful. I would recommend them to anyone!”
Our proven process of mold removal and remediation provides a non-toxic, time efficient and cost effective solution to mold problems in any home. Keep in mind that mold is not always obvious and can be hidden behind walls or appliances, often from undetected leaks.
Certified Restoration uses the most current techniques to both solve and prevent future mold problems, guaranteed.
Mold is airborne and is the most common cause of respiratory problems.
Symptoms can include:
In extreme cases, mold can lead to fungal growth in the lungs, asthma, internal bleeding and, very rarely, death.
Mold removal is not something to wait on because of its serious health risks. If you think you have mold growing in your building or home, call Certified Restoration immediately. We have the experience and certifications to clean it up quickly and safely.
Certified Restoration uses advanced equipment to detect, isolate, and remediate the source of the mold problem.
If a building smells like mold or there is noticeable water damage, it is important to report it because it could lead to serious health problems if left without professional clean up. Mold may be hidden in places such as ceiling tiles, drywall and carpets. Removing mold is not a DIY project for the average home or building owner. If not properly removed, mold can quickly spread to unaffected areas of your home or office. If you discover mold, call us at right away. At Certified Restoration, we use a guaranteed mold remediation process that will combat the health risks and dangers of mold.
Bleach can kill some types of mold growing on surfaces such as counter tops, tile, and bathtubs, but it cannot completely get rid of mold growing on surfaces such as wood and drywall. Dousing affected areas with bleach can also make the situation worse and be ineffective against mold remediation.
While mold does need some moisture to begin growing, it can continue to spread in dry areas. If the air is humid over a period of time, mold can get moisture from the air, allowing it to grow and spread. When getting rid of mold, it is important to eliminate sources of moisture.
Opening windows or turning on your A/C unit to stop mold growth can do more harm than good. Humid outside air can cause pre-existing condensation within the areas affected with mold. It can cause mold spores to travel throughout your home, further spreading and making the situation worse. It is best to keep areas with mold closed off and free of any further moisture.