PuroClean offers mold removal services to stem the tide of mold, as well as cleaning and sanitization, including mold odor removal to restore your home or business to its original condition. Removal of mold can be a serious endeavor, and PuroClean has the expertise and technology for the job.
If you have found green and/or black mold growth somewhere in your home or business, that’s definitely not good. Additionally, if you have also started to experience increased allergies, it’s time to reach out to the professionals. Contact PuroClean Emergency Restoration Services to come and inspect your project. We will propose a plan of action for getting rid of your mold expeditiously. Our desire is to kill your mold and stop it from spreading further in your home or office. Our first task will be to contain the area so there is no further spreading of mold spores.
One of the first and most imperative tasks PuroClean of Metro-East Illinois and St. Louis technicians will complete is to find your mold’s moisture source and remove it by using HEPA filtration and HEPA vacuuming. One of the final tasks our AMRT and WRT technicians will conduct is deodorize all of the mold affected locations and perform preventive measures as needed. The longer you wait, the worse it it’s likely to get. So wait no longer and contact PuroClean Emergency Restoration Services today at (618) 206-7055.
To confirm that your home or business is fully returned to normal, PuroClean Emergency Restoration Services will address your mold affected areas by implementing our strict process as follows:
1. We start performing a mold assessment by carefully inspecting your property for signs of mold. Then we’ll conduct a full mold removal, where we thoroughly eradicate the mold from your home or business.
2. After all the mold is removed, we will deodorize the area. This includes cleaning and sanitizing the structure, fixtures, and content.
3. To rid your premises of all water and moisture, we next use HEPA Air Filtration and HEPA Vacuuming.
To stop mold spores from spreading to other areas, different levels of containment will be used depending on the severity of mold damage. Containment methods include closing windows and doors to other areas of the home or business, covering up HVAC vents, and the use of heavy polyethylene barriers that will seal the area, and keep the affected area at negative pressure using HEPA-filtered fans.
Once mold is removed, the musty odors usually dissipate. Further deodorization will be conducted if required.
The mold removal process will include keeping certain items and getting rid of certain items. The porous materials like ceiling tile and insulation may have to be thrown out. Depending on the severity of mold and following drying, other affected surfaces will be carefully cleaned with wet vacuums, damp wipes and HEPA vacuums.
The EPA standard for mold removal calls for the use of HEPA filtration and vacuuming. HEPA, or High Efficiency Particulate Air is an advanced filtering system that allows air and dust to move through the filter and the mold is trapped inside, producing clean air after being filtered.
After returning your property to it’s original state, the PuroClean professionals shift their attention to conduct our advanced deodorization process. These professional deodorization process will leave your home or business fully restored and help prevent recurrences. PuroClean coordinated with indoor environmental professionals (IEPs) and laboratories to perpetuate the safety of you and your family from possibly hazardous mold situations. We can give a full estimate, along with snap shots, to your insurance agent or adjuster.PuroClean Emergency Restoration Services certified and trained professionals are always ready to respond to your mold emergency quickly and efficiently. Our technicians are very familiar with the frustration you’re experiencing with this potential health danger. PuroClean promises to keep the lines of communication open during this process. We also pledge to use the latest equipment and techniques to rid your home or business of all mold, while retaining full respect for your belongings.
Can I clean up the mold myself?
It is strongly recommended that you call on a professional to complete mold removal. When mold is disturbed without using the best tools and techniques, it can spread quite quickly. Allow PuroClean Emergency Restoration Services to remove the hazards from mold removal in Metro-East Illinois and St. Louis, leaving you with peace of mind that the mold was removed safely and completely. We’re prepared to respond to your call now at (618) 206-7055.
Is mold damage covered by my insurance?
Each insurance policy is unique. Contact your insurance provider to figure out what is and isn’t covered, and how much it might cost.
While mold can come in many colors, appearances, and species PuroClean focuses on the safest remediation plan to contain and remove your mold from your home or business. We work with licensed industrial hygienists to develop a plan of action that will restore your property’s health.
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Awesome service. Came out immediately when we needed them most and were super friendly and knowledgeable! - Agent Blake
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