Mold Remediation Services in San Diego, CA
After a water damage event, a mold infestation can result if moisture is left to sit for an extended period of time. If you suspect that your property may be suffering from a mold problem, it’s important to act quickly and locate the source before allowing mold spores to spread throughout your entire home or business. In addition to creating unpleasant odors and contributing to health problems, a mold infestation can also cause permanent damage to your property.
Mold infestations can be difficult to detect especially during the early stages, but they’re easy to spot once they become more advanced. If you think that your property may be suffering from a mold infestation, the best course of action is to have it inspected by a professional. At White Glove Restoration, our technicians have the equipment needed to find even hidden mold problems, allowing us to develop an effective remediation plan that will permanently remove them.
Our Comprehensive Mold Remediation Process
At White Glove Restoration, all of our technicians are certified and trained to conduct a thorough investigation of the affected areas, locate the source of mold growth, and remove all traces of the fungi. We follow a comprehensive action plan to ensure that the affected area is properly treated, cleaned, and dried.
Our mold remediation process includes:
We will inspect your property to determine the extent of any damage and locate all affected areas. Our expert technicians will leave no stone unturned to identify the source and location of any hidden mold-infested areas.
If we find that you have a mold problem, we will perform testing to determine what type of mold is involved and how far it has spread throughout your property. We will also use this information to devise a mold remediation action plan that is best suited to address your specific needs.
Mold Removal and Clean-up
After we have fully identified all affected areas, our technicians will work to decontaminate your property using state-of-the-art equipment and proven mold remediation techniques. Some of the techniques we use to remove mold include manual cleaning, HEPA vacuuming, and fogging. We will also work to remove as much moisture as possible from the affected areas to prevent future mold growth.
In addition to removing and decontaminating all mold colonies, White Glove Restoration can also provide tips and recommendations for preventing future mold growth. Our technicians will provide you with a complete list of the tasks that should be completed to prevent problems from developing and ensure that your home or business stays mold-free.
Quality and Affordable Mold Remediation Services in San Diego, CA
White Glove Restoration is a full-service water damage restoration company that provides professional mold remediation services to residential and commercial property owners in San Diego, CA and the surrounding areas.
We believe that all of our customers deserve to work with a mold remediation company they can trust. That is why our expert team provides excellent workmanship and unparalleled customer service every single time. At White Glove Restoration, our goal is to provide you with quality and affordable services that will permanently solve all of your mold problems.
For more information about our comprehensive mold remediation services or to request a free quote, call us today at (619) 679-9237.
Mold Remediation FAQs
What is mold?
Mold is a fungus that can grow indoors and outdoors. It multiplies and spreads by spores. Even when the conditions are too sunny, hot, cold, dry, or wet for mold to grow, spores will survive. spores can be carried by water or air to new locations, where they can cause new mold growth.
Should I be worried about mold?
Mold should not be taken lightly. It takes about 72 hours for mold to grow on wet materials, in low light, at a relative humidity of 60%. Although as long as the material is not compromised and the drying process is underway, you shouldn’t worry about molds.
How does mold spread?
Molds are able to grow in damp environments and require organic food sources, such as cellulose, found in many building materials such as wood, drywall, ceiling tiles, and other household materials such as carpets and fabrics. Other places where mold can grow in a home include the HVAC system, gutters, roof, and foundation.
What is black mold?
Mold of this type is greenish-black in color and grows where there is an excessive amount of moisture for a long period of time. The presence of water damage, excessive humidity, leaks, and condensation in small, damp places like bathrooms further encourage the growth of black mold. Humans and pets may suffer serious health problems from mycotoxins released by black mold.