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If your home or business is hit with a mold infestation, it can be a devastating blow. Toxic mold exposure can have catastrophic health consequences. Plus, mold can severely damage your home or commercial property, requiring extensive and expensive repairs. The best you can hope if you find mold in your business or home is that you find it early.
While you may not have control over when you find a mold infestation, you can control what you do about it. If you discover a mold infestation in your home or business, you must act quickly and have it removed as soon as possible. The best way to do this is to hire an experienced mold remediation expert to remove the mold from your home or commercial property.
- Thermal Inspection
- Flood Damage Mitigation
- Storm Damage Mitigation
- Sewage Cleanup
- Water Extraction
- Leak Detection
- Slab Leaks
- Mold Remediation
Because of our extensive experience with several facets of water damage mitigation, we know how dangerous and damaging a mold infestation can be. That is why we work quickly to remove mold from our customers’ homes or businesses as efficiently and effectively as possible. Here is what else our customers can expect from our professional and experienced mold remediation team:
- We will keep you updated at every step of the process
- We will provide prompt responses to any of your questions or concerns
- We will do the job right the first time
Call us at (405) 369-8288 or contact us onlineto learn more about our Oklahoma City mold remediation services. We are available 24/7 for emergencies, and we offer same-day service and free expert advice.
What Is Mold Remediation?
Mold is everywhere. It’s in the air we breathe. It’s on our bodies, as well as our food and clothes. We just aren’t aware of it because mold is microscopic. That is why it is impossible to remove all the mold from a home or business. Mold remediation, which is a term for mold removal, is not meant to remove all the mold from a commercial or residential property. It is simply the process of decreasing the amount of mold in a home or business to a safe level. In addition, since there are several types of molds, mold remediation also involves ensuring that the amount of toxic mold in a residential or commercial property is at its lowest possible level.
The following are the steps of the mold remediation process:
- Find and contain the areas infested with mold.
- Find and repair the source of the mold.
- Remove items that have been contaminated, such as flooring, drywall, and furniture, from the infested area.
- Apply antimicrobials (or something similar) to the areas infested with mold. Antimicrobials will destroy the mold spores and stop the infestation from continuing to grow.
- Use air filtration devices to remove mold spores from infested areas and prevent spores from spreading through the air. The air filtration devices must contain HEPA (high efficiency particulate air filters) filters. Negative air machines are a popular choice.
- Clean and restore the mold infested areas. Restoration includes replacing any contaminated items that were removed.
After completing most of the steps of the mold remediation process, a post remediation verification must be performed. Post remediation verification is the process of confirming that mold levels in a home or business are safe and back to normal.
When Is Mold Remediation Required?
Mold remediation is typically required when there is a significant mold infestation or a high concentration of mold growth in a building or structure. Mold remediation is necessary to remove the mold, prevent its spread, and restore a healthy indoor environment.
Here are some situations when mold remediation may be necessary:
- There is extensive mold growth (over 10 square feet).
- There are health risks associated with mold exposure.
- There is significant water damage or moisture issues.
- Visible mold growth is present.
- There is a persistent foul odor indicating mold.
If you encounter any of these signs, it's crucial to take action promptly by contacting one of our professional mold rexperts to assess and address the issue.
Is It Safe to Stay in Your Home or Business During Mold Remediation?
In many cases, it is safe to stay in your home or business during mold remediation, because the mold infestation is generally contained, which makes the rest of the property safe. However, whether it is safe to stay in your business or home during mold remediation ultimately depends on the extent of the mold infestation. There are instances where a mold infestation is too widespread for anyone to safely remain in a home or business during mold remediation.
Removing mold from your business or home can be dangerous, especially if the infestation involves toxic mold. Mold remediation is best left up to professionals with the experience, skills, and equipment necessary to get the job done.
Flood Rescue has successfully guided residential and commercial customers in Oklahoma City through the mold remediation process. We understand the stakes, and we are prepared to work quickly to get your home or business clear of dangerous levels of mold, so that you can get back to enjoying a healthy, happy home and/or work life.
For more information about Flood Rescue, and how we can help you rid your home or business of a mold infestation, check out our reviews.
Need help with mold remediation? Reach out to us online or give us a call at (405) 369-8288 to take advantage of our high quality mold remediation services in Oklahoma City. We offer free inspections and same-day service, and we’re available 24/7 for emergencies.
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