When mold is discovered, it must be addressed immediately. You aren’t only putting your property at risk, but you’ll be putting the health of your employees, family members, and pets at risk. Call the mold experts at ServiceMaster Architerra; we’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to help serve you.
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ServiceMaster Architerra ensures our technicians can deliver exceptional results as we provide continuous education and hands-on mold remediation training for all of our mold specialists.
Mold Remediation Process
- Inspect and Evaluate the Damage
Technicians will use moisture meters to examine ceilings, walls, flooring and other areas of your property to determine levels of dampness and moisture.
- Extract and Dry
High-tech water extraction and dehumidification equipment will be used to successfully extract moisture and water from carpets, walls, floors, cabinets, and upholstery items and fabrics.
- Seal all Contaminated Areas
We will then seal off the affected area to eliminate the risk of having airborne spores spread into unaffected rooms and areas of the property.
- Remove Affected Materials
Drywall and other affected building materials may need to be completely removed to eliminate mold growths.
- Final Stage
We will then use HEPA vacuums and wipe down all surfaces to eliminate any mold particles or spores that may be lingering after mold remediation services are done.
- Optional Testing
Mold testing should be done during the initial inspection as well as after the entire mold process is completed. Testing after a remediation process will help verify and ensure that your property is completely free of mold and that no mold growths are missed.
The best method to handle mold is to prevent it from ever occurring. If you have suffered a flood or have saturated building materials, attempt to dry the materials as soon as possible. There is a good chance mold will not develop if drying begins within 24 hours of the incident, any longer then that, the risk for mold growth increases substantially. Check out the videos below to know which areas of your home are most susceptible to mold and how to hinder its growth in those areas: