Mold inspecting is the process of finding the reason or the source of mold.
Why it comes?
Where it comes from?
How to remove it in the best way?
A good Mold Inspection starts with through visual inspection of the house or building and office. Mold visual inspection is a common method to analysis to find the source of molds.
A major infestation can ruin your home and health is the mold. Almost every home get a victim of mold, like black mold, green mold, and gray mold and these are very dangerous for health. The most infamous species S. Chartarum and S, choronhalonata are known as ‘Black Mold’ or ‘Toxic Black Mold’ in the US and are frequently associated with poor indoor air quality that arises after fungal growth on water damage building materials.
Many homeowners underestimate the danger of mold, and especially the presence of black mold in the basements and bathrooms. The mold may begin growing indoors when mold spores land on surfaces that are wet.
Mold health issues are potentially harmful effects of molds. Mold buildings are at an increased risk of health problems such as inflammatory and toxic responses to mold spores, metabolites. The most common health problem is an Allergic reaction. Some mold also produces mycotoxins that can pose a serious health risk to humans and also animals. The most common genera of indoor molds are Cladosporium, Penicillium, Aspergillus, Alternaria, and Trichoderma.
Symptoms of Mold Exposure
The symptoms and signs of allergic rhinitis caused by mold allergy can include:
Runny or stuffy nose
A cough and postnasal drip
Dry and scaly skin
Itchy eyes, nose, and throat
Mold Remediation Process
The term Mold remediation is defined as “the removal, cleaning, sanitizing, treatment, including preventive activities, of mold, a mold-contaminated matter that was not purposely grown at your home”. We take all necessary steps to ensure your home is protected. And we take care of your home things while working.
Steps we take for Mold Remediation include:
1: Learn about Moisture
We know that behind all mold growth is a water or moisture problem and where moisture comes from and how it gets into the home.
2: Document the Problem and Create a Plan
Before we start Mold Removal, document the mold situation with writing, images, and video. Our skilled team uses the documentation to develop a remediation plan which typically answers questions such as when work is slated to start when work is scheduled to be finished, who will be performing Mold Testing, etc.
3: Calculate the Extent of a Contamination
Calculating the extent of contamination helps us how we approach Mold cleanup and removal. We are following the guidelines developed by the New York Department of Health (NYC DOH) for Mold Treatment.
4: Remediate Mold Contamination