24/7 Mold Testing, Remediation, and Removal
Not only is mold an unattractive sight and smell – but it can also pose health and safety risks to you and your family.
Mold is a common cause of respiratory issues, and can cause other related symptoms such as headaches, allergies, and skin rash. In the most severe cases like we see with black mold – issues can include asthma, neurological changes, internal bleeding, and eye inflammation.
Because of the serious health risks associated with mold growth, it is important to address water damage and mold immediately, and completely. Certified Restoration has a 24hr emergency response line to get you help when you need it most, day or night.
Certified Restoration’s advanced mold remediation and mold testing equipment allows our technicians to detect, isolate, and remediate the source of mold growth quickly. Our mold removal and remediation process is non-toxic, efficient, and cost-effective. In the final steps of our restoration process, our team of mold removal specialists will repair and reconstruct areas damaged by mold and assess the property for potential problem areas.
A Certified Restoration mold removal specialist will 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.
Remove all non-salvageable items such as carpet, drywall, cabinets, books, papers, upholstered furniture, drapes, or ceiling tiles.
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 and reconstruct all areas that were damaged by mold or disturbed by the remediation process (holes or damage to walls, floor, cabinets, etc.)