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mold remediation

Our mold remediation process begins with a thorough inspection of your property to assess the extent of the mold damage.

We then create a customized plan to remove the mold efficiently, using state-of-the-art equipment and products. Our team works diligently to ensure that the mold is completely gone, while keeping you informed throughout the entire process. Our goal is to provide you with a safe and healthy environment.

Out of the 12 types of mold most people encounter in their homes, these are the top 4 you’re likely to see after water damage.

  1. Stachybotrys chartarum aka Stachybotrys atra has agreenish-black color and is typically found growing on materials with high cellulose and low nitrogen content such as paper, fiberboard, dust, and even lint. Because it requires constant moisture to grow, you’ll commonly see it in areas with excess humidity or water leaks.

  2. Aspergillustends to beblack on the surface with yellow or whiteish undertones. Exposure to this mold can cause a group of diseases known as aspergillosis, which are often characterized by lung and breathing issues.

  3. Cladosporium is olive green with touches of black and brown. It generally forms in small dots, but as it grows, it merges to form large patches. It’s commonly found in bathrooms, under sinks, and around faucets, but it also grows on materials like carpets, furniture, walls, sheetrock, and flooring.

  4. Alternaria has a velvety appearance, can range in color from olive green to gray or black, and sometimes has longer, hair-like growths. Most species of Alternaria are found outdoors, but when it becomes airborne and enters your home, it can grow just about anywhere, including in walls, carpets, crawlspaces, garages, and attics.

7 step mold remediation process

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  2. Inspection and Assessment.

  3. Mold Containment.

  4. Air Filtration

  5. Removing Mold-Infested Materials

  6. Cleaning Contents and Belongings.

  7. Reconstruction.



Although symptoms can vary, the most common symptoms seen in people exposed to mold indoors include:

  • Nasal and sinus congestion.

  • Eye irritation, such as itchy, red, watery eyes.

  • Wheezing and difficulty breathing.

  • Cough.

  • Throat irritation.

  • Skin irritation, such as a rash.

  • Headache.

air quality test

Put simply, air samples are taken using a collection device that pulls air in and is later tested.

Once the sample is collected and arrives at the lab,

it must go through testing to identify and measure mold spores.

There are two main types of mold testing used: nonviable and viable.


swab test

 Swabs can be used to test any building materials that are discolored from water damage and could be growing mold. They are the perfect tool for collecting mold samples and testing dust samples in order to determine if they contain high levels of mold, especially important for HVAC registers.

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