MIAMI MOLD INSPECTION
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, all homeowners suffering from a mold infestation larger than ten square feet or deep within your HVAC system to hire a professional mold inspection company to deal with your mold problem.
If additionally, you are also suffering from unexpected health problems, especially respiratory illnesses it means you have been exposed to mold for a prolonged period of time which is another very important reason why you should hire one of our professional mold inspectors in Florida so you don’t continue to be exposed to greater health risks due to high concentrations of mold spores in the air you breathe at home.
The Water Damage Restoration Process
The entire remediation process can be summarized into nine simple steps:
Step 1: Location.
Step 2: Equipment.
Step 3: Preparations.
Step 4: Negative Pressure.
Step 5: Protective Suit.
Step 6: Disposing of mold-riddle materials beyond remediation.
Step 7: Fungicide.
Step 8: Encapsulation.
Step 9. Additional repairs.
Our team of professional mold inspectors has the skills, experience, and expertise to hunt down this troublesome invader where ever it hides. We always encourage our customers to hire our inspection services instead of falling into the wrong practice of attempting to find the mold for themselves. Remember, for every area where mold is visible, rest assure that more than that is hidden beneath the surface just like an iceberg.
Our professional mold inspectors will use top of the line equipment to deal with your mold problem as well as the Fungicide brands, heavy plastic sheets, and tape to seal off the working area, and heavy plastic bags to put the mold.
Once the mold inspector has determined which areas he will be working on you will have to remove every personal item in those areas, so the inspector can start to set up shop. We understand this disruption can be problematic, which is why we guarantee our techniques work fast and efficient.
Setting up the negative pressure will allow air flow to enter the work area but not to leave it, preventing the spores from spreading through the house, this step and the Encapsulation happen simultaneously.
A fully trained mold inspector will wear the industry standard protective gear approved by national and international regulations. Once the job is finished he will dispose of the suit to prevent contaminants from spreading through the house.
Disposing of mold-riddle materials beyond remediation
When the inspector encounters sections of materials like drywall, carpeting or rug with mold in it that are beyond saving he will remove and dispose of them properly, preventing the mold from spreading elsewhere.
Non-porous surfaces like metal, tiles, sinks, countertops, and bathtubs will be sprayed with a potent fungicide effectively killing any presence of mold in them.
Unlike drywall or carpeting which can be removed, there are materials that cannot be removed, they are part of the structure of the house and are normally made out of non-porous materials, in those cases where mold cannot be removed, a special coat of produce will be sprayed on them to cover and prevent the mold from spreading.
Removing all the mold affecting your home will undoubtedly do a lot of damage to the interior after the remediation process is finished you will need to contact a contractor and start repairing all the areas that were damaged by the mold.
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1444 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33132