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Although water damage is the primary cause for mold growth, other factors can cause hazardous mold buildup inside your home without you knowing. In Florida, the humidity alone can have devastating impacts on your property's interior and exterior. This can lead to poor indoor air quality and dangerous pollutants inside your home.
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We provide a thorough visual inspection coupled with our state-of-the-art equipment such as thermal imaging and moisture meters to help find the root cause of your mold issues and determine a plan of action to begin the mold remediation process. In addition, we can test the air in your home utilizing an accredited independent laboratory to analyze the air samples and provide a detailed list of the type and quantity of molds found in your home to determine if the fungal ecology is normal. Once the source and location of the mold is determined the best remediation course of action is established.
The mold Remediation begins with a thorough review of the assessment protocol which establishes the best course of action for the remediation. This is followed by a containment process that includes negative air or air scrubbers that ensures mold particles will not escape the affected area(s) during remediation. Once contained, we remove and clean the mold using our state-of-the-art equipment, technology and practices. At the completion of the remediation the owners may want an independent mold assessor to perform clearance testing. If desired, we can assist in helping set that up.
WARNING: The State of Florida requires that companies dealing with mold remediation be licensed to do so. Owner, Greg Schlitt, has been state certified since 2011 when mold licenses became a requirement, before that he dealt with mold from Hurricanes dating back to hurricane Andrew in 1992. He and his team have successfully remediated thousands of mold issues, both large and small
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