Protect Your Health and Your Property with Mold Remediation

In every building, mold should be treated as a major health risk and eliminated immediately. Your top concern when mold starts to spread in your home should be to get rid of it as soon as possible while protecting your health and the rest of your family’s. This is because mold poses health risks to humans and can cause structural damage to buildings if not removed.

Mold can spread throughout your home or business in as little as 72 hours, leading to adverse health effects for you and your family and property damage. It’s important to understand that when mold is present, simply drying the area is not enough. Moldy materials must be removed or disinfected (remediated) to prevent further growth and spread.

Mold can be hazardous and costly if not handled properly. That’s why Allen Keith Construction and CleanTech are here to help. Our professionals quickly respond to your call to assess your situation and use advanced mold mitigation equipment and experience to identify the source of your mold problem. With as little disruption to your family or business as possible, we will work with you to clean up and restore your property.

Our mold damage restoration services include mold remediation, mold removal, and identifying and fixing the source of the mold. We understand how to rid of mold, prevent it from spreading, and improve indoor air quality. Ceiling tiles, walls and other surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and dried to prevent mold from returning.

Our team uses detergent and water to effectively remove mold spores from surfaces during the mold cleanup process. We are committed to providing safe and effective solutions for your home or business, so you can breathe easy again. Trust Allen Keith Construction and CleanTech to handle your mold problem with the care and expertise it deserves.

If you’re not sure if there is mold in your home, some things you should be on the lookout for are:

  • Musty odors of mildew
  • Dark spots on your walls, ceilings, or floors
  • Condensation on glass or metal surfaces due to high humidity levels
  • Respiratory and allergy issues
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Trust our Expert Team for Fast and Effective Mold Damage Repair

Mold is a form of fungus that is found practically everywhere on the planet, and its spores are microscopic, floating in the air. Mold spores may infiltrate your house through a variety of channels, including open windows and doors and your HVAC system. They can even enter your home by riding on clothing or pets.

While mold is a naturally occurring substance, it only becomes an issue when it finds a growing habitat. Higher-than-normal indoor humidity is a crucial element that promotes mold formation. Mold needs moisture, oxygen and food to grow and spread.

The most common source of mold growth is perpetual moisture problems. Flooding, leaky roofs, poor building maintenance, and indoor plumbing problems can all lead to mold growth. If left untreated, mold can cause significant damage to your property and can also lead to health problems. As a result, it is critical to address mold development as soon as it is identified. Professional mold damage repair should take place as quickly as possible to reduce the damage caused by mold and prevent it from spreading further.

Breathe Easy Again by Eliminating Mold

Mold infestation is not something to be taken lightly. The type and amount of mold present can significantly impact the health of your home and its occupants. Not only can mold negatively impact indoor air quality, but it can also lead to breathing difficulties and other health issues.

Mold may cause substantial damage to your house if left unchecked, including foundation, drywall, roofs, gutters, flooring, furniture and HVAC systems. Mold concerns must be addressed as soon as they are discovered to reduce the damage caused by mold and prevent it from spreading further.

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Our Process with Mold Damage Restoration

Removing mold from your property is not a DIY project; mold damage restoration requires the knowledge and experience of a trained professional to do the job correctly.

  • Our IICRC-certified technicians will begin with an in-depth inspection to determine the source and extent of mold growth. Once the source is identified, we will take any necessary steps to eliminate it. If your mold growth is from water damage, we will remove the mold to prevent further spread, then begin drying the area as part of our water damage restoration services.
  • A pre-remediation mold test will be offered to determine the type of mold. It will be used as a benchmark after remediation is complete.
  • All contents will be removed from the affected area. Salvageable items will be inspected and cleaned if necessary as part of our content recovery and restoration.
  • We will establish a containment area around the affected area. This means the mold will not be able to travel to other areas of your property. HVAC systems will be isolated from the affected area.
  • Porous building materials that cannot be cleaned (i.e., drywall, insulation) will be removed. A technician will treat the area with a plant-based antimicrobial.
  • After the area has been dried out, a specialty sealant is applied to prevent any chance of future problems.
  • The final mold remediation and damage restoration stages will include air duct cleaning and post-remediation mold testing.