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Indoor mold growth is a serious problem and one that should not be dismissed or ignored. In many cases, mold growth is the result of water damage or water damage that was improperly handled. At Decor, we offer comprehensive property restoration services and can solve you water damage problem, remediate the mold, and restore your home or business back to pre-loss condition quickly.
Mold requires just three things to live and thrive – water or moisture, a food source, and a habitable temperature. Homes and buildings are the perfect environment for mold. In as little as 24 hours after a water intrusion, mold can begin to grow and spread throughout a property. If you have suffered a water loss or have mold growing in your property, call Decor today for a fast, professional response and peace of mind.
Discovering mold growing in your home or business can be a distressing experience, but when you call Decor you can relax knowing that our certified mold remediation team will take care of you and your property. Our experienced team can handle your loss from start to finish and will keep you updated and informed every step of the way.
Address the Moisture Source – Because moisture is the key ingredient when it comes to mold growth in our homes, it is a critical step of the mold remediation process to identify the moisture source and take steps to eliminate or reduce the source. In a water damage loss this may include fixing the broken pipe or leaking roof, or if humidity is the problem a dehumidifier may be necessary to keep indoor humidity at safe levels.
Containment – Mold spores are easily disturbed, so containment of the area where remediation is taking place is critical for preventing mold growth in other areas of the home. Containment may include plastic sheeting, negative air pressure, and HEPA “air scrubbers.”
Mold Removal – After the containment area has been established, the mold can be removed. Some building materials, such as damaged drywall or insulation, must be removed, while others may be cleaned and treated to prevent future growth.
Reconstruction – If demolition was required as part of the mold remediation process, we will restore your property back to its pre-loss condition. Everything will be returned back the way it was before the mold.
If you are worried about mold growth in your home or commercial property, give us a call. We can assess the damage, determine the extent of the problem, and develop a comprehensive plan for mold remediation. Contact us today!