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Mold Remediation

Mold growth in homes and businesses can be hazardous to your health and destructive to your property if left untreated. It flourishes in dark, moist areas, often making it hard to spot quickly. The proper removal is vital, as using incorrect techniques and treatments, such as bleach, can make the problem worse, putting you or others at a much higher risk of spreading the problem to other areas of the building through a process called sporulation. Proper mold mitigation and removal requires certified experienced professionals to ensure that it is done safely and effectively. 


Mold Damage Cleanup, Repair, and Restoration Process

FLEET Response can help you find easy solutions for controlling mold, dust mites, rot, and humidity in your home. Our warrantied products can seal your basement or crawl space from outside humidity, while our dehumidifiers keep your space dry and healthier than ever.
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It is critical to assess the severity of the problem before beginning the cleanup process. Our experts will check not only the surface areas, but also every nook and cranny where mold growth can hide. Mold feeds off cellulose as well as moisture, and it is not unusual for us to find it thriving unseen between drywall and framing materials, for example.
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Mold spores growing in one area of a building can easily “travel” to other parts of the building through the ventilation system, causing additional contamination and problems. It is absolutely essential to contain the mold growth at the source and prevent it from spreading before the removal process begins. Our team of mold removal experts has the skills and the tools necessary to successfully contain the problem according to industry standards including EPA, IICRC S520, NYC, and OSHA.

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Spore Filtration

In conjunction with our other containment procedures, we use engineering controls that utilize “negative pressure” technologies and air filtration to further prevent air-borne mold from spreading during the removal process. It is a highly effective step that helps to guarantee that mold spores stay put until they are eliminated.

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Removal or Remediation

Once containment has been successfully achieved, depending on the results of the assessment and the seriousness of the problem, we proceed with mold removal. If mold exists within and behind walls or ceilings or under flooring, it may be necessary to remove problem areas altogether—drywall, carpeting, ceiling tiles, roofing, etc.

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Our Partner Company, Dayspring Restoration, is one of a few certified TSN (TOMI Service Network) providers in the Pacific Northwest, utilizing their powerful technology to fight the spread of bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19. As a TSN provider, we utilize SteraMist Binary Ionization Technology to disinfect and decontaminate after renovations, repairs, disasters, or as regular preventative maintenance. The patented technology works on a wide variety of surfaces, including electronics, sensitive medical equipment, and high touch surfaces. It is fast-acting and rooms are safe to re-enter within a matter of minutes.

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Damage Repair

Our goal after completing mold removal services is always to return your facility as closely as possible to its pre-loss condition—like nothing ever happened.

Signs & Types of Mold

Signs that Indicate the Presence of Excessive Mold:
  • The presence of visible mold
  • Strong, musty odors
  • Any evidence of past moisture problems that might have caused undetected mold growth
  • Excessive humidity
Signs of Mold

Types of Mold and Common Humidity Problems

Common Mold
Mold spores are present almost everywhere, growing when they meet sufficient temperature, moisture, and organic material.

Fifty percent (50%) of homes have at least one resident with allergies, with the American Lung Association showing that 88 million Americans are suffering from some sort of respiratory distress. Ninety percent (90%) of people with allergies show sensitivity to mold spores.

Black Mold
Black Mold is a highly toxic mold that is rare but dangerous when it grows in the home.

Black mold spores host a fungus that produces carcinogenic mycotoxins that are linked to ailments such as liver cancer, lung cancer, chronic liver damage, acute or chronic nervous system damage, endocrine problems, and others.

Rot and Decay
Mold and rot can begin to form in damp wood in as little as 24-48 hours.

If allowed to damage wood unchecked, rot, mold, and dry rot can lead to many thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to a home. In the case of dry rot, a 75% loss of material strength can be caused by just a 1% weight loss. Rot and mold in wood should be addressed as quickly as possible.

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