What Happens During the Mold Remediation Process?
The presence of mold or mildew in your home is sign that there’s excess moisture in some parts of your house, which can affect both your health and the way you live. Fortunately, you can deal with these microbes and their effects through the process of remediation.
Castino Restoration, your go-to flood damage restoration expert, takes a closer look at every step involved in the whole process.
Apart from the noticeable black streaks or spots, you can determine the presence of mold in your home by the musty smell it gives off. Note that it can grow and spread in hidden places such as inside walls, under carpets and inside HVAC ducts. Through testing, professionals can identify the full extent of mold growth, as well as the type of mold present.
2. Mold Removal
After determining the areas affected by mold, the process of mold removal can begin. Containment techniques include killing and removing the organisms from the affected spaces, ensuring that they can’t take up residence in a new area of your home. Mold growth can likewise be prevented at this stage through dehumidification, especially for homes situated in areas with high levels of humidity.
3. Odor Neutralization
After removing the mold, the pros would then proceed to deodorize the whole area. This stage seeks to get rid of the musty smell associated with mold growth. Eliminating all signs of mold damage occurs here as well.
The last stage of the mold remediation process addresses any damage done during mold removal. Outer surfaces of building materials may have been cut down to remove mold in hidden places, which means the team now needs to restore them to their previous condition.
Mold can cause health issues and structural damage. If you notice mold in your home, don’t let it spread further—turn to Castino Restoration. We offer quality mold remediation services to help ensure the good health of everyone under your roof.
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