Mold removal is a delicate process that should only be completed by a certified mold removal company. Mold can multiply in damp and dark areas of your home or business. The most likely place for mold growth is around leaky pipes, basements, attics, and crawlspaces. If you have mold or water stains that are visible, then it means you already have a mold problem inside your property. Mold can cause damaging health problems, stains, and odors. Below, Colorado Hazardous Environmental will discuss the mold removal process and what you should do if you have mold.

Have a Mold Consult

The first step to mold removal is having a professional mold removal specialist check your property. These consultations and a mold inspection will help you know how bad your mold problem is, hold long it will take to remove the mold, and a cost estimate. You will also be able to ask any questions you may have. Depending on the depth of mold growth, you will need to vacate the property for a certain amount of days.

Mold Removal

The next step will be mold removal. This process can take a while depending on the depth of your mold growth and how large the property is. Your mold removal specialist will seal the area they are working in. They will also have protective equipment such as respirators and protective clothing. The mold removal specialist will then begin the safe removal of mold from the area they have sealed off. Mold spores can move through the air and attach to their protective suits. They will ensure the mold spores do not spread throughout the property during the removal process.

Mold Killing Solutions

Once the mold has been removed, your mold removal specialist will use specialized mold killing solutions to ensure the mold does not return. They will also locate the source of the mold growth and have it repaired. The source of mold must be removed to ensure no more mold growth in the future. Once the area has been cleaned and all mold removed, they will need to dispose of the mold.

Mold Disposal

Mold is considered a hazardous material, and certain licenses are needed to remove and dispose of mold. The mold will be sealed and then safely transported to a mold disposal facility. Laws and regulations are in place to ensure the mold is disposed of safely.

Reconstruction

Once all the mold has been removed from the property, the area will need to be reconstructed. Some areas may have needed complete drywall and carpet removal. If this is the circumstance, the area will need to be rebuilt. This can take time, but you will know the mold has been removed and your home or business is safe again.