I Have Mold Damage! What Next?
After sustaining water damage, homes frequently suffer from mold damage, as well. Mold can begin to grow on moist surfaces within one day of getting saturated with moisture, so mold damage repair is an important job to tackle soon after a flood incident.
Mold growth at a home can pose adverse health consequences, which range from allergies and mild irritation to long-term respiratory problems from inhaling mold spores. Mold growth could eat away at the property's structure and cause weakness in the materials it is growing on.
Mold damage can also occur in moist, warm surroundings where there is not ideal air flow, so even if your home hasn't had any flooding, you might have mold growth. It's important to monitor areas in your home that are high risk.
When you do notice you've got mold damage, you can call us for full mold damage repair and restoration. Our technicians are highly trained in managing mold elimination and will have the ability to wash the region thoroughly. We recommend shutting of any air flow while we work to prevent mold spores from travel across the house. After the mold was removed, we will thoroughly disinfect the area to prevent additional mold growth.
To stop mold damage later on we recommend reducing the moisture content in your property. Most air conditioning components are efficient at removing moisture from the air and keeping the moisture content low enough to discourage mold growth. But, it's important to be sure the air circulation reaches all area of the house.
In case you have mold damage, you can feel confident that our staff can eliminate it and restore your own home to its original state. Call us today to learn more about our mold damage repair services.