There is nothing worse than going into your crawlspace or basement a few days after a burst pipe or a major rainstorm and smelling that musty smell or seeing gray-green spots. You have a mold growth problem. Even though it may be tempting to pick up a sponge, cleaning solution and handle the problem yourself, DIY mold removal is rarely effective.
Get that mold dealt with by a professional mold remediation team to prevent the situation from getting worse. At Maxwell Building Services we have highly trained and qualified mold remediation professionals who can effectively and safely get rid of mold in your home. We efficiently service Macomb County and Oakland County.
Mold can grow as long as the environment is suitable. The suitable environment we’re talking about is a combination of a variety of factors such as moisture, food, and temperature. When a space is not cleaned for a significant period of time, it attracts dust and other elements that support mold. Mold starts forming at this stage, which offers food, part of the living conditions mold needs.
The moisture part is offered by general humidity, burst pipes or floods. You may have noticed that mold mostly grows in the basement. This is because humidity greatest under the ground, which encourages mold growth. Additionally, warm temperatures facilitate the favorable conditions of mold growth. If all these factors are present, then it’s likely that mold growth will occur.
The most common places where you may find mold growth are the areas that don’t receive adequate natural light and are very humid. Areas that are consistently wet, like water tanks, bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms etc are similarly prone to mold growth. Concrete surfaces that receive lots of water flow over them also come under the same category.
Further, mold can grow
Discoloration, bulging and peeling paint are signs of mold growth on the walls. Also, gray-green spots and strange odors are signs of mold in attic, crawlspace mold, bathroom mold and kitchen mold. If you’re experiencing frequent allergies, it’s also a sign that you need to contact mold remediation Macomb County and Oakland County.
Mold remediation is different from just mold removal. It’s the process of removing the mold growth, mold cleaning from all surfaces and the contents (appliances, furniture, and possessions) of the home.
Remediation is the technical process of isolation, removal and/or cleaning places that contain the mold. Having Maxwell Building Services test your home for mold, then promptly follow up with our professional and expedient remediation is the smartest and safest path to follow.
DIY mold remediation may pose serious health issues for you and your family. It’s important to contact a professional mold remediation company to take care of the whole situation for you. A mold cleaning and remediation company has specialists trained in the latest and safest strategies for attacking mold in a home. These specialists will do an in-depth damage assessment and talk with you about the proper methods needed to address the problem.
They will then handle the issue with the proper chemicals and equipment, keeping the home’s occupants safe. They are well aware of the best and latest procedures for handling projects. Only an expert can know how to get rid of every mold spore so the issue doesn’t re-emerge after the remediation occurs. Professional mold remediation specialists can handle molds in hard-to-access locations such as mold in attic, crawlspace mold, kitchen mold and bathroom mold.
What can we do for you? First, we seal off the affected area to prevent cross-contamination of other items and parts of the building. We use many various kinds of equipment such as HEPA filters and air scrubbers to keep the mold from spreading to other parts of the building. After the affected space has been sealed, the process of mold remediation now starts.
You don’t have to be worried about the chemicals used. We use environmentally-friendly chemicals to a conduct thorough mold cleaning. After cleaning, the affected area is sanitized to prevent future mold growth and promote safe indoor air quality. We also conduct an air test before and after each remediation, to ensure that the air you breathe is safe and secure!
Mold remediation may be hazardous work – contact the professionals at Maxwell Building to eliminate your mold problems safely, without risks to you or your family.