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Indoor mold contamination has been identified as is a major contributor to allergies and poor indoor air quality.
- Free Mold Inspection
- Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business
- 24 hour Emergency Response
- We Provide Both Air & Surface Sampling
- Samples Go to Accredited Third Party Lab
- Results Available as Early as the Same Day
EHS Restoration has built a reputation for quality and consistency and for being there when our clients need us the most. We carefully present the options. We keep you apprised of the details. We let you make the decisions. We deliver on our promise that's the difference.
What is involved in mold remediation?
Mold remediation involves mold clean up and removal by EHS Restoration specialists to address the damage and health risks associated with mold. Cleaning with bleach and water will not kill mold. Moldy material must be removed and the damaged area reconstructed; therefore mold remediation is best left to a professional trained to handle hazardous material and eliminate the spread of mold to other rooms. Expert mold remediation includes:
Assessment - EHS Restoration will come into your home to identify moldy areas as well as the source of the problem. He will then formulate a mold remediation plan.
Containment - The source of the moisture problem is addressed and the affected area is closed off to avoid contaminating the rest of your home with mold spores stirred up during the removal process.
Removal - Building materials and personal belongings in your home can be affected. Since mold is a living organism and deeply ingrains itself into materials to survive, it is best to dispose of anything porous. The safest and most effective way to ensure mold doesn’t return is to remove affected material.
Repair - The reconstruction process will begin after all mold-contaminated materials are removed. Clean, mold-free materials will replace what was previously contaminated.
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