Mold Removal - The Right Way - The First Time
The issue of mold and mold infiltration seems to pop up regularly in the media. But for a home or business with a mold issue, the situation can be dire, and the cleanup process stressful. The truth is, mold can strike in a new build just as quickly as it can in an old, damp basement. But whatever the case, mold removal must be expedited the proper way, the first time. The most important thing is to manage mold removal quickly, and remediate the after-effects properly.
There’s often a tendency for homeowners (and business owners) is to attempt mold removal on their own. In other words, taking on a DIY approach, with some over-the-counter products, and some equipment rented from a local home center. The truth is, mold removal is not a DIY project, and with a serious infiltration, it’s not always possible to remove the mold AND the spores successfully. It’s clearly a job for professionals who are trained, specialized and skilled.
Mold can be very tricky, and can find a breeding ground in a variety of environments. Once mold has established itself, it needs to “feed” so that it can survive and spread. And when the environment is damp, moist, and humid, that’s an ideal breeding ground. This could include everything from drywall, to carpeting, to wood. As for mold removal, it needs to be thorough, comprehensive, and complete – otherwise the infiltration will linger, spread and deteriorate.
At Matrix Remediation, mold removal technicians are highly trained and certified. Matrix is IICRC Certified - the industry norm for professional cleaning and restoration. Mold removal products are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and contain no biocides. The products are very hard-hitting on a mold infiltration, but are safe to use around residents and occupants. In short, it’s a professional approach to mold removal – effective, safe, and long lasting.
In many cases, a mold infiltration will require a professional assessment prior to any mold removal. Here, Matrix will recommend a mold hygienist for a professional evaluation, and this will ensure accuracy with regard to the mold damage. A professional evaluation will also set the stage for an effective action plan for mold removal. At Matrix, inspections (and testing) are not conducted internally - an impartial third party always performs these two functions.
Whenever there is potential for mold growth, there is additional potential for the situation to deteriorate. As a first step, a professional assessment can determine whether an infiltration is hazardous or not. And when it comes to mold removal, the expert team at Matrix Remediation has the resources and tools to initiate an appropriate mold removal procedure. In most situations, remediation is also necessary, but whatever the scenario, immediacy is the key.
Mold removal is best left to a company that specializes. Matrix has the certified technicians, the right equipment, and the proven methods to do the job right, the first time. The job turn-around times are fast - pricing is competitive – and results are assured.