Mold Remediation

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Able to not only survive but thrive in damp, dark environments, mold can live both inside and outside your home. From basements to the ceiling, typically mold is found in older structures and its impacts may be felt even before it is physically seen. For this reason, there are many dangerous warning signs of mold exposure in humans which must not be ignored. 

Mold exposure may cause allergic reactions such as watery eyes, headaches, wheezing, coughing, or other prototypical allergen reactions. The impacts can range in severity and depending on the type of mold responsible for the reactions and found inside a home, a range of different approaches must be considered for removal. Cost is covered by insurance company. 

Why you should use Denver Decontamination for Mold Remediation

Denver Decontamination will a complete a investigation into the cause of mold growth and ensure steps are taken to eradicate any potential for a relapse. However, none of this can take place without first attacking the current situation and removing all of the current mold growing and causing issue. Once there is a plan of attack for both cleaning and future prevention, the process can continue.

Setting the stage for cleaning, immediate action to stop the spread of mold growth is critical to the entire process. This ensures that as one area is being cleaned, the mold will not continue to spread. Typically battled with proper ventilation and moisture control, once there is a grasp on the issue, it shouldn’t take long for removal - depending on the overall size of the infestation.

Complete removal of any mold spores is necessary to prevent a relapse and the potential for spreading after the cleaning process is completed. Depending on the location of the infected area, a strategy must be designed in order to ensure that either through peeling, scraping, and/or tearing out material, the entirety of the mold base is removed.

Once the mold has been appropriately taken out, the effort to clean, disinfect, and deodorize the once inhabited spaces can begin. While some surfaces may need to be replaced, depending on how the fungus has been removed, a proper disinfecting and cleaning application can typically have walls, ceilings, and other construction components looking like new in no time.