How Does Professional Mold Removal Work?
Mold can begin growing on a wide range of surfaces in your home. Often, it grows in hidden areas that are both dark and moist. Basement crawlspaces and dark spaces around HVAC units are common areas where mold growth develops. Slow leaks in pipes inside your walls or in cabinets as well as water damage that was not properly remediated or sewage backup cleanup not followed through are also common areas of concern. If you have discovered mold in your home or if you suspect that it is present, you understandably want to schedule mold removal service immediately. After all, mold is a toxic substance that can cause serious illness in you and your loved ones. More than that, it can negatively affect your home’s condition and property value. The good news is that this substance can be entirely removed from your home through professional services.
Testing Your Home for Mold
The first step in the mold removal process is to verify that the substance you have discovered is mold. Through mold testing, the mold type can also be determined. There are many strains of mold, and not all substances are toxic. Mold testing also confirms all of the areas in the home that require professional remediation. Your professional remediation team should thoroughly test your home for the presence, location and type of mold before any work is done to remove the substance that you have located.
The Professional Mold Removal Process
The unfortunate reality is that many people who discover a mold-like substance in their home have toxic mold growing in their space. Professional mold removal is necessary for the best results. Some Pennsylvania homeowners may attempt to save money on this process by removing mold on their own. The most common method homeowners use when taking a do-it-yourself approach is to scrub the affected surface with bleach. Bleach is known to kill mold, but during this process, it is likely that a few mold spores may become airborne. When this happens, new areas of growth can begin elsewhere in the room. In some cases, mold spores entire the air ducts and are spread throughout the entire home. As you can see, a homeowner’s best intentions can backfire and can actually make the situation worse than it was before.
Why We Are Your Best Choice for Mold Removal
While it is clear that you need professional removal service when dealing with a mold issue, it may not be clear why we are the company you want to hire to assist with this process. Our team offers reliable, skilled service that produces quality results. We have been completing testing and removal services for local homeowners for many years. We are known for having fair rates and for treating our clients and their homes with respect. As your preferred removal expert, we go to great lengths to impress you with a job well done, and we employ only the most trusted and proven practices to deliver great results.
Many homeowners have heard horrendous stories about how the discovery of one area of mold in other people’s homes has led to the discovery of more extensive damage that cost tens of thousands of dollars of damage. While this is a possibility, most homeowners will not have this happen to them. In fact, it is best to deal with a mold issue as soon as possible so that the issue does not grow and spread throughout the home. If you believe that you have a mold issue in your area home, schedule testing service with our team as a first step to properly deal with this problem.
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The team that was sent to our house was wonderful. Their experience and professionalism in our situation was outstanding. I was concerned about our children and they took every precaution (air purifier, microbial spray) to keep them safe. Not only did they have good work ethics, they were personable and caring as well.Angela and Scott S.