Mould Remediation involves the clean-up of both moisture and Mould. The goal of mould remediation is not to create a sterile, fungi-free environment but to return your space and contents as closely to the pre-damaged condition as possible. Our scope of remediation activities depends on the extent of water damage and mould contamination, from surface mould removal by an occupant to an extensive structural renovation by our team of skilled professionals. Numerical limits for acceptable levels of mould in the air or on surfaces do
not yet exist; the relationship between indoor dampness, the levels of mould exposure, and health effects is not easily quantifiable In the case of mould remediation.
Things to do before Mould Remediation:
Fix the water problem that caused the mould. Mould remediation is an involved and costly process. You don’t want to have to do it all over again.
Clear the space for the crew to move easily from the outside to the mould area and back. For instance, remove cars from the driveway and garage
-Keep pets out of the way—in a room with the door closed.
Remediation strategies and procedures:
Identify and eliminate the moisture source
Remediate heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems