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Mold Remediation Services

Mold Remediation

Some of the most dangerous mold microbes often flourish in areas behind walls, under insulation, crawlspaces, and in attics.

Mold Remediation is much more than just cleaning up the appearance of mold. The purpose of the remediation process is to eliminate the mold growth and to remove the materials contaminated by it. Simply killing the mold with a bleach or biocide is not enough. Mold must be completely removed since the chemicals and proteins which cause a reaction in humans are still present even in dead or dormant mold. If you choose to hire Single Source to perform your mold remediation, it will be done in the most professional, non-intrusive, and most cost-effective way possible.

Mold Evaluation

Mold Remediation

Black mold growth on roof sheathing in an unventilated attic.

Frequently, the two best senses in determining a mold problem are your eyes and nose. However, some of the most dangerous microbes often flourish in areas behind walls, under insulation, crawlspaces, attics, etc. Assessing a mold contamination through lab testing is a good idea and we recommend you use an environmental specialist. Single Source utilizes new technologies for performing mold remediation such as thermal imaging cameras, wall cavity scopes, dry-ice blasting, and ozone treatments to eliminate odor and bacteria.

Identifying, Containing, and Eliminating Mold

Mold Remediation

A mold containment barrier prevents the escape of mold spores into the building’s living environment.

Determining the cause of your mold infestation is key to preventing it from occurring again. Once the moisture source is identified and controlled, our system of containment, removal techniques and analysis will be shared with you. In most cases, a containment area will be established using impermeable plastic barriers and utilizing negative air pressure to contain spores. The HVAC system will be isolated if necessary.

Mold Removal

Proper disposition of the mold is determined by its location and the specific materials it has colonized. Removing the mold includes several options; wet washing, wire brushing, HEPA vacuuming to name a few. In some cases, complete removal of infected materials is mandatory (ie. drywall). Once cleaned an area may require the application of biocides, based on written industry protocol.

Mold Analysis

Post-treatment air quality testing will be done to determine if airborne mold spores were detected in the evaluation phase.

If you suspect there is mold in your home, please contact us for a free consultation. To expedite the consultation process, it would be extremely helpful if you could upload pictures/images of the areas of concern via our contact form. For detailed mold remediation information click here.

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