Mold Testing and Remediation
PROFESSIONAL MOLD TESTING
A necessary part of the the natural environment, mold has the ability to destroy (decay) organic material such as leaves, grass and wood and contributes to the process of soil enrichment. It is this same process of mold growth and decay that can cause damage to your home, business or other structure.
Mildew and molds grow and feed on wood products, ceiling tiles, cardboard, wallpaper, carpets, carpet padding, drywall, fabric, insulation, and other organic materials. Because common building materials are capable of sustaining mold growth, growth in an indoor environment is typically related to water or indoor moisture. However, growth may also occur on flooring materials, such as concrete, when not adequately allowed to dry.
Fire and water damage, indoor plumbing problems, leaky roofs, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems can lead to mold growth. After a single incident of water damage occurs in a building, molds can begin to grow inside walls or under flooring, compromising the integrity of the building structure and health of the occupants. Complicating matters, the mold can become dormant until another incident occurs providing another source of moisture or water. This reactivation of mold can cause confusion about where and when the problem originated.
Clean Touch Environmental’s staff takes a comprehensive approach with the mold inspections or mold testing services. A thorough building and occupant history, followed by a detailed visual inspection to identify sources and conditions, form the basis of the investigation. Clear objectives and criteria are
established before any sampling or analysis is undertaken to insure that useful and sensible data is generated in the complex arena of mold contamination. A wide variety of sophisticated field tools are used to help sample and identify the types of mold and the extent of mold contamination. The consulting staff uses the latest in field survey and monitoring equipment to provide exacting answers and solutions to a mold contamination problem.
Clean Touch Environmental is one of the trusted restoration companies offering professional mold remediation services. Our professionals have years of experience in dealing with molds of different kinds. We have the resources to distinguish between the toxic and non-toxic molds and can detect their origin. We work towards sanitizing your entire property to prevent the growth of molds in the future as well.
We understand that molds can leave the surface looking old and damaged. We help you in restoring the original appearance of the mold-affected areas. Our team is fully equipped to inspect your home and test it for the presence of any kind of mold. We remove the mold in a step-by-step manner so that it does not infect the surroundings. We also ensure no traces of the molds are left. We also use air scrubbers to get rid of any kind of particles from the air to discourage further growth. We take maximum precautions and use the best means to help you have a cleaner and safer environment to live or work.
WHY CLEAN TOUCH ENVIRONMENTAL?
Our professionals have years of experience in mold remediation services and work proactively in every project assigned to them. We are passionate about helping you recover from the damages caused by natural or urban disasters. We use modern devices and equipment to speed up the remediation process so that you can bounce back to your regular life like nothing happened. We believe in investing time in inspecting the property for any potential hazard before plunging into the main work.
We do not believe in a hurried job that leaves your property messier instead of looking better. We strive to improve not only the physical aspects of your property but also the air quality by getting rid of toxins or pathogens.
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