Mold Remediation and Removal Process in:
Attic, Basement, Kitchen, and Bathroom

Once we’ve determined the extent of the issue, we create a detailed plan of action to remove mold, clean your air, and restore your property. This full-service process is performed by highly trained technicians using state-of-the-art equipment, so you can be confident in the indoor air quality of your home after our services.

Our team sets up a containment area to minimize the damage. This reduces the risk of spreading mold to other areas of your home. Once contained, we use HEPA vacuums, air scrubbers, and other equipment to clean the air and surfaces of your home.

Surface cleaning starts with areas directly affected by mold growth. Once those key areas are cleaned, we work throughout your home to clean any other areas that may be contaminated. Thorough cleaning prevents further mold issues.

After cleaning, we inspect your home to determine the cause of the mold growth. Mold in your home is usually caused by leaking pipes, roof leaks, or other water issues. Sealing up your home’s exterior and plumbing system reduces the risk of further mold growth.





We Use A State of the Art Mold Foam Suspension, Along With Fogging, and Sealing technologies

We remove mold with a state-of-the-art mold suspension foam and a fogging process. After mold is removed we seal the wood with an antifungal durable physical barrier, which resists moisture build-up in the material.

This EPA-registered broad-spectrum disinfectant is an effective antimicrobial that produces no environmentally objectionable byproducts. Our system efficiently removes mold as well as the accompanying odors and stains but does not produce hazardous gases if contaminated.

Oxidizing function

The oxidizing function when cleaning mold with hydrogen peroxide works similarly to sodium hypochlorite in killing microbes and eliminating stains, but without leaving residues behind. The byproducts of mold remediation using hydrogen peroxide are water and oxygen.

Solutions of hydrogen peroxide are not stable in sunlight, making careful handling and storage important. If contaminated, the container can undergo rapid pressurization that may cause it to burst. Hydrogen peroxide has no bacteriostatic or fungistatic properties and is stable only under acidic conditions, which can damage surfaces susceptible to acid etching.

Fogging Disinfection Services

Fogging Disinfection Services

Fogging kills 99.99% of bacteria, fungi, and viruses on all types of surfaces. Fogging disinfecting penetrates the pores of surfaces and gets into hard to reach and inaccessible areas that are not easily reached by conventional cleaning methods. This is the most efficient method of disinfection, as it kills 99.99% of bacteria, fungi, and viruses on all types of surfaces. One of the most important advantages offered by cold fogging disinfectants is the prevention of colds and flus, as they can kill germs and microorganisms that are not visible to the naked eye.

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