Mold Removal & Remediation

Mold Removal and Remediation

Having a plan for mold removal may make all the difference when it comes to mitigating property damage and limiting the health risks to your family.

Priority should be given to the elimination of mold as soon as it begins to infest your house. Mold may spread throughout your house in less than 72 hours, posing health risks to you and your family and causing property damage. Eagle Water Damage Restoration assesses the problem swiftly after receiving your call. Professionals at Eagle Water Damage Restoration employ cutting-edge technology and years of expertise in mold removal and mold mitigation to identify the water source of your mold issue. Then, we will work with you to complete mold cleaning and mold treatment with as little disturbance as possible to your family.

Mold growth within a structure is a dire scenario requiring prompt response. It is a prevalent issue for house and business owners, since it may result from water leaks, floods, condensation, or inadequate ventilation. Once mold colonies are alive and thriving, they may cause persistent respiratory and sinus illnesses in a building’s inhabitants.

Mold is present when discolored patches appear on the walls, ceiling, or carpet. The presence of a musty stench or a wet sensation in the air are other indicators that mold is thriving in your indoor environment. Eagle Water Damage Restoration’s mold treatment services are available at the touch of a button.

Mold Removal

Some mold removal firms specialize in just that: eradicating the mold from your property. This service may first seem to be inexpensive, but it will prove to be more expensive in the long run as you continue to fight mold. It is not sufficient to just remove the mold from the surfaces of your house. Without removing mold spores from the air and treating damp spots where they might thrive, the mold issue will always return.

Mold Remediation

Mold remediation is a more comprehensive procedure in which our professionals use their understanding of the life cycle of the specific mold species to prevent its re-establishment. In addition to eradicating mold from the air and surfaces, we evaluate your property for causes of water damage and excessive humidity. Since it is technically impossible to eliminate all spores from the air, we concentrate on developing a strategy to restore them to the same levels as healthy outside air.

Effects on health of living with mold

Any substance that a person breathes in can affect their health, especially if it is made up of small particles that are easy for the body to absorb. Spores can get in the way of breathing and cause allergic reactions in people who are sensitive. Asperger is a common type of mold that can start to grow in a person’s lungs. Some types of mold are also bad because they give off mycotoxins, which are chemicals that only fungi can make.

The good news is that most of the rare claims that mold exposure causes pulmonary hemorrhage and memory loss are not true.

But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have found that people who are exposed to mold have the following symptoms:

  • Nasal Congestion
  • Wheezing or trouble getting enough air
  • Bloody Nose
  • Red Eyes
  • Skin Irritation
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Aches and pains
  • Attacks of asthma in people who have asthma
  • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis in people who are likely to get it

Black Mold Testing

There are more than 20,000 kinds of black mold, but the one that is often talked about in the news is called Stachybotrys. Depending on what it eats, this type of mold is usually green or dark gray, but it can also be pink or even white. When the conditions are right, Stachybotrys makes mycotoxins, which can make you sick. But it’s not the only animal that can do this.

Mold comes in almost every color of the rainbow, and the color of the mold doesn’t tell you anything about how safe or dangerous it is. The color of the adult colonies depends on what they eat, how humid it is around them, and how much light there is. The same kind of mold can also change color over time. So, it would be wrong to think that only black molds are dangerous to your health. Eagle Water Damage Restoration uses third-party testing to find out what kind of mold you have. This way, you can be sure that the results are accurate.

DIY Mold Removal

Eagle Water Damage Restoration does not recommend any of the do-it-yourself methods you can find online. Some of the surface colonies can be killed by bleach and other cleaning products, but the root-like hyphae of mold usually grow into the inner layers of porous surfaces where you can’t reach them. Cleaning can make the problem worse because it spreads the spores all over the building, where they can take over areas that were not affected before.

Our 7-step process for getting rid of mold may sound complicated, but it works very well. Since we’ve been in business for 14 years, we’ve learned the best ways to clean up mold and keep it from coming back. We have seen firsthand what works and what doesn’t, and we are committed to helping our customers get their lives back to normal after a professional remediation. It’s much easier to just call Eagle Water Damage Restoration and have them do it right the first time than to waste time trying different DIY solutions that don’t work.

Mold Removal & Remediation Process

1: Initial Call

Contact us at (855) 809-6899 at any hour of the day or night if you suspect the presence of mold. A member of our customer care department will ask you a few questions to determine the kind of mold you are dealing with and the degree of the damage it has caused. We will assign an expert team to your case within 15 minutes.

Inspection Evaluation

A manager of operations will evaluate your house or company for mold within one hour of receiving your call. We investigate regions that may not be readily apparent to the untrained eye. Additionally, we gather samples of the mold in order to identify the species with the use of third-party laboratory cultures.

Include Existing Mold

Once the existence of mold has been confirmed, our initial objective is to prevent its spread throughout the structure. We then isolate the space with negative air chambers and other physical barriers after turning off the fans and air conditioning equipment. These tactics help contain the mold so that it can be eliminated more readily.

Filter the Air

We purify your interior air using a HEPA filter and powerful vacuums that cleanse the air until it is basically free of toxins. This procedure is crucial for eradicating mold spores and preventing their proliferation. Our objective is to restore the amount of airborne spores to the normal level found in nature. The majority of consumers immediately see an increase in air’s breathability.

Remove Mold and Infested Construction Materials

We dispose of construction materials, such as Sheetrock, insulation, wallpaper, and carpets, that cannot be salvaged by extensive cleaning. We disinfect any other polluted buildings using anti-fungal and antibacterial agents in order to eliminate existing mold and prevent the establishment of new spores.

Bring the building back to how it was before the mold.

To finish the repair, sound construction elements must be installed in lieu of the destroyed ones. Depending on the extent of the infestation, rehabilitation may include reconstructing whole rooms or merely repairing drywall panels, restoring wallpaper, or replacing sections of carpeting. We will not be happy until there are no visible signs of a prior mold infestation.

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