If there is mold growth in your home, the mold was created due to excessive moisture being introduced to the environment from a one time event or an ongoing problem. The cause of the excessive moisture must be corrected before or simultaneously to the remediation of the mold. If you clean up the mold, but don’t fix the water problem, then, most likely, the mold will return.
Intrusion of water into your home may be the result of many sources including broken water pipes, water heaters, sump pump failure, and long-standing leaks among others. The organic materials inside your home or office, such as paper, wood, and some types of insulation, provide food for molds to flourish on when combined with these sources of water.
Signs of the presence of excessive mold include:
C.A.R.E.’s certified antimicrobial professionals have the expertise and experience to contain and remove mold from your home, and restore it back to its original condition. And, you can be assured that mold problems have been properly addressed because after we have completed the work, we use clearance tests to verify that the job was done right.
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