Mold Removal and Remediation
How to Tell if There is Mold in Your Home
Mold Restoration Services
We offer the following mold removal and remediation services:
- Inspection to locate the source of the moisture or dampness that is allowing mold to grow
- Repair the source of dampness, such as leaky pipes, improper ventilation, or standing water
- Remove and replace areas of the wall, floor, or ceiling too deeply affected to be treated topically
- Repair water damaged areas to prevent mold growth
- Treatment and removal of mold
- Prevent future mold growth
Why Is Mold Removal and Remidiation Important?
Health Concerns: Mold can cause a range of health issues, especially for those with allergies, asthma, or weakened immune systems. Exposure can lead to respiratory problems, allergic reactions, skin irritation, and in more severe cases, serious lung infections. Removing mold reduces these health risks.
Structural Damage: Mold can weaken the structural integrity of buildings. It breaks down and consumes the materials it grows on, including wood, drywall, and insulation. This can lead to costly repairs and, in extreme cases, make buildings unsafe.
Property Value: Mold presence can significantly decrease property value. It is often a red flag for potential buyers or tenants, as it suggests potential health risks and hidden structural issues. Effective mold remediation can restore property value.
Air Quality: Mold can significantly degrade indoor air quality, which is a concern since most people spend a significant amount of time indoors. Removing mold helps ensure the air is healthier to breathe.
Preventing Spread: Mold can spread quickly and easily through spores in the air. Without proper mold removal and remediation, a small mold problem can become a widespread issue, affecting larger areas of a building and requiring more extensive and expensive treatment.
Whether it is for you or your home, quick and efficient mold remediation and removal is so important. You deserve a home that is comfortable, safe, and worry-free!
IICRC Certified Restoration Company
Claude Brown's is fully IICRC Certified. IIRC Stands for the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. The IICRC is a certification and standard-setting non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries.
IIRC certified restoration technicians are trained to operate at a higher standard within their designated certification.