Mold Remediation Services
There are hundreds of different types of mold out there, and most are not harmful. However, a few are and they happen to grow inside of many residential homes.
Mold can grow behind the sheetrock and underneath the carpet and completely over take a home.
Q:What is IICRC?
A.The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, is a non-profit registry of inspectors, cleaners, and restorers. They provide training and testing based on industry restoration standards that allow individuals to obtain Certification and Continuing Education Credits. Our employees are IICRC certified. In order to provide our clients with the most up-to-date restoration standards and techniques, we are re-certified every two years.
Q. What is IAQA?
A. The Indoor Air Quality Association is a non profit organization established in 1995 to promote uniform standards, procedures, and protocols in the Indoor Air Quality industry. IAQA offers training courses to members for certification in microbial remediation and investigation. Our employees are IAQA certified. In order to provide our clients with the most up-to-date procedures, we are re-certified every two years.
Q. What is Applied Structural Drying?
A. Applied Structural Drying is the process through which excess moisture is removed from building structures during water mitigation. Once the structure is fully dried, repairs can begin. Our IICRC certified and trained technicians are prepared to handle any size water restoration project
The procedures followed during the drying process begin with removal of any standing water using state-of-the-art Xtreme Xtractors and thorough examination of the affected areas to assess the extent of damage. Then, our trained technicians measure humidity levels using a thermo-hygrometer and psychrometric calculator. Finally, they further reduce moisture content using specialized air movers and dehumidification equipment until the affected areas reach the optimal humidity levels, ensuring mold will not have the opportunity to develop.