Why Choose PuroClean of Brazos County

Are you seeing signs of mold or experiencing increased indoor allergy symptoms? PuroClean of Brazos County is ready to assess the situation and provide the best mold restoration plan. We want to stop mold in its tracks and prevent it from spreading throughout your home or office. Here in Brazos County, we have seasons of humidity that can contribute to moisture in our homes, especially in areas like crawl spaces.

PuroClean technicians are trained to use the best defense against mold infestation. Our professionals arm themselves with HEPA filtration and HEPA vacuuming to determine the source of the mold and eliminate it. We also deodorize the space by applying necessary preventive measures. Contact us today to tackle the water damage feeding the mold growth. You can reach PuroClean of Brazos County  at (979) 213-4060.

Mold Removal

The trained and certified professionals at PuroClean Demo use the latest equipment and proven techniques to remove mold from your home or office safely. They find the moisture source, correct it, and provide mold odor removal as well.

Containment of Affected Area

It is crucial to ensure mold does not spread to unaffected areas of your property. Our mold removal experts will carefully assess the area and determine the best plan of action for properly containing the mold before drying and cleaning.

HEPA Filtration and HEPA Vacuuming

We use HEPA filtration and vacuuming to remove dust, purify the air, and clean non-porous materials. Once completed, affected materials are specially sealed in plastic bags and safely discarded, leaving your home or business the way it was before the damaging event.

Ongoing Communication

At each step of the mold removal process, rest assured that we will document everything and keep you and your insurance provider informed.

Mold Removal & Remediation in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley

PuroClean of Brazos County offers mold remediation services in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley, as well as cleaning, sanitization, and mold odor mitigation to restore your property to its pre-loss condition. Remediation of mold can be a serious endeavor, and PuroClean has the experience and technology for the job.

Mold damage has the potential to cause different problems within the environment of a home or property. When abnormal moisture is present, microorganisms such as mold will multiply, resulting in structural deterioration and odors. If not treated and dried promptly, mold can lead to health issues for building occupants.

Has your home or business shown signs of green or black mold growth? Have you noticed your allergies increasing in severity while inside your home business? If the answer is yes to either question, It’s time to contact Puroclean of [metro area]. PuroClean technicians will arrive, inspect your mold situation and provide an assessment and game plan to rid your premises of mold and help prevent any further spread of mold spores in your home or business. The very first act of prevention we’ll implement is cordon off all areas where mold growth is discovered.

Mold damage can occur for many reasons:

  • Construction defects
  • Plumbing failures
  • Appliance water line or drain line breaks
  • Improper maintenance
  • Weather/Storms/Hurricanes

When water damage or mold damage occurs, it is critical that they are dried or remediated as fast as possible.

Why Choose PuroClean of Brazos County

Thorough Cleanup

We treat mold-damaged property as if it were our own. PuroClean’s remediation experts use the latest technology to identify both mold and the moisture source that feeds it.

Ongoing Communication

PuroClean of Brazos County keeps you and your insurance agent updated at every step of the cleanup process to ensure everyone involved understands what’s happening and what to expect. At PuroClean of Brazos County, we are always transparent to ensure all parties know what is happening. Our goal is to help you make confident and educated decisions.

You can count on PuroClean of Brazos County to respond to all mold remediation with urgency and sensitivity 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We will perform our work professionally, compassionately, and thoughtfully when restoring your property with as little disruption to your daily life as possible.

The Mold and Odor Remediation Process:

When water losses are not handled promptly and dried down quickly, they often lead to secondary damage, such as microbial growth, cause structural components to lose their integrity, and potentially impact indoor air quality. Poor air quality can unfortunately lead to residents of the home developing serious health and respiratory issues. PuroClean’s IICRC-certified technicians follow industry standards to properly remediate the mold and return the property to a pre-loss condition.

Once we plan our course of action, our team will implement engineering controls and containment to prevent cross-contamination to unaffected areas of a building. They do this by utilizing HEPA air filtration devices.

PuroClean’s certified and trained professionals are always ready to respond to your mold emergency quickly and efficiently. Our professionals understand the stressful nature of dealing with this potential health hazard. PuroClean of Brazos County promises to keep the lines of communication open during this process. We strive to complete the mitigation of your property with the utmost care for its condition.

A remediation protocol is developed to remove contaminants by:

  • Removal of compromised materials and contents per industry standards,
  • A thorough cleaning using HEPA air filter devices, HEPA vacuums, thorough cleaning of all surfaces with cleaning solutions that do include EPA-registered disinfectants, followed by another HEPA vacuuming.
  • Many people use bleach to clean mold; however, this is ineffective, as bleach does not kill the spores; it only bleaches them. PuroClean’s goal is to return your property to a safe and clean condition.

    Odors indicate that something could still be wet. For example, a musty, pungent odor can indicate microbial issues that can create MVOC’s (microbial volatile organic compounds) and cause health-related issues. PuroClean’s approach is to follow industry standards to develop the proper scope of repair for your home or business. This process includes employing specialized equipment, cleaning practices, followed by recommending a clearance test by a third party to ensure your property has reached the desired goal.

    Common Questions About Mold Removal

    Can I clean up the mold myself?

    Full mold removal is a task that is best performed by professionals. Without using proper techniques, disturbed mold can spread quickly. Allow PuroClean of Brazos County to take the burden away from you and properly eradicate this mold, taking away your worries simultaneously. Contact PuroClean today at (979) 213-4060.

    Is mold damage covered by my insurance?

    Every insurance policy and company is different. Reach out to your insurance agent to find out the coverages and amounts.

    To Prevent Mold From Reoccurring, Consider PuroClean of Brazos County For Your Water Damage Losses

    We dry your property as quickly as possible using our PuroClean QuickDry System™. Our systems are designed to promptly dry affected structural materials and contents. They can include:

    • A thorough assessment and inspection of the structure. We use infrared cameras and moisture meters to determine what is wet and how wet structural materials and contents are.
    • The removal of standing water.
    • The installation of specialized drying equipment.
    • Daily inspections and monitoring, completing all necessary adjustments, until affected materials have reached their pre-loss condition and determined drying goals.

    Call PuroClean of Brazos County at (979) 213-4060 now if you suspect that you have a mold issue in your home or business.

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