Mold Removal Deltona, FL
If you have visible signs of mold, give us a call to schedule your Mold Removal in Deltona, FL. Our dedicated customer service works round the clock to answer all your questions and will book your inspection with one of our experienced and certified project managers. Not only will we address the mold, but we will also identify the source and give you the corrective measures to fix so that no mold growth will return. Once the inspection is complete, you will receive a specific scope of work and estimate on the mold removal process.
IF YOU REQUIRE MOLD REMEDIATION SERVICES, CALL Deltona's #1 MOLD REMOVAL SPECIALISTS. WE WILL PERFORM A FREE INSPECTION ON ANY VISIBLE MOLD!
Mold is a serious health hazard. The professionals at test, identify and remove mold in your home or business.
Don’t let an ugly and potentially dangerous mold outbreak knock value off of your Florida area. You can trust the expert team at Deltona for Mold Removal to kill mold at its source with our complete treatment service that targets airborne mold spores and mites, and eliminates traces of mold hiding on your fittings, blinds, curtains, carpet and other surfaces.
Why do we need to get rid of mold?
The growth of mold is one of the most unsightly things which can happen in a home. Once it starts to grow then further spread is unavoidable and it’s impossible to disguise. However, aesthetics apart, mold can also be a serious health hazard and it needs to be taken seriously. Removing mold needs a trained specialist in this field.
One of the biggest post-flood dangers to the health of a property and its inhabitants is mold growth. A flood in a domestic or commercial property grants mold ideal conditions in which to thrive, with the risk to human health being proportional to the exposure time experienced and the species and the density of airborne spores. Most properties have mold in some form or other – often hidden behind surface finishes, in voids and within stud partitions. Whether your mold infestation comes as the result of flooding or just general damp and moisture in your home, Ideal Response can help.
In some cases, before work can begin, a survey of the affected site must be carried out to determine the level of the infestation. Mold contamination is rated according to the size of the affected area:
- Level 1 – contamination with a total surface area less than 1 square meter
- Level 2 – contamination with a total surface area between 1 and 10 square meters
- Level 3 – contamination with a total surface area greater than 10 square meters
- Level 4 – contamination within a HVAC system
How does mold form?
Mold is a type of fungus and it exists in spore form in our environment, meaning that once you’ve got it in one area it is very likely to spread to others. There are some very simple causes of mold growth, for example, lack of ventilation, especially in bathrooms.
Black mold removal
Black mold is easy to identify, even with untrained eye. Black mold produces pigmented compounds that stain the surface on which the mold is growing, which is a good indication for mold contamination.
Mold growth always appears for a reason. Black mold removal is never an easy task. This procedure involves removing the existing mold spores on porous and non-porous surfaces.
What if the mold is not visible, but I smell mold?
When mold is not visible, but there is a musty smell, an IAQ or Indoor Air Quality Test needs to be performed. This will indicate if the smell is indeed related to mold as well as what type of mold and how elevated the mold spores are.
Is the mold treatment a safe one?
Our mold treatments are always carried out to the highest standard and are fully compliant with the most up to date Health and Safety Regulations. Our mold cleaning detergents does NOT contain bleach, ammonia, or volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Further details of our staff and our procedures can be found on the website.
COMMON MOLD FAQS
Q: Where is mold most commonly found?
A: Mold in theory can grow in any area of a home, as long as it contains the right conditions. Mold seeks organic material, low air circulation, and moisture. The most common areas in a home that mold typically grows are the basements, bathrooms and attics. Although these are the most known places for growth, it is not exclusive. Mold can grow on window sills, as moisture builds up when the seals begin to break or deteriorate.
Q: What can I do to prevent Mold?
A: There are several things your can do to percent mold:
- Constant cleaning is the key to mold prevention. Make sure that wherever moisture can build up, has adequate air circulation.
- If your notice that the basement is humid and has excess moisture, install a dehumidifier.
- If the bathroom does not have a fan, install one and use it every time the shower or bath is used. If the bathroom does have a fan, make sure that it is vented properly in the attic, or there will be mold growth in the attic.
- Bring in an insulation company to check the insulation in the attic as well as the ventilation. If there is a lack of both of these, then condensation will occur and mold growth will start.
Q: Should I Clean Mold Myself?
A: Caution should be taken when cleaning up mold. Mold growth from condensation around windows sills or on bathroom shower tiles can be cleaned up by yourself. You can use hot soapy water with a hard scrub brush, works very well for removing surface mildew mold.
If you find mold on drywall, wood beams, carpeting, insulation, any organic material you should have it removed by a professional. The cause of the mold problem should also be determined before any clean up or removal.
In any case, it is best to consult with a professional first before you attempt to remove mold. Florida's Restoration Services Deltona will let you know if it is safe for you to remove.
Q: Should I Test for Mold?
A: Mold testing can be helpful to determine the type, quantity and toxic effects of the mold growing in your home.
If there is no visible mold, just a smell than testing is necessary.
We offers mold remediation services for homes and businesses in Deltona, FL. Our professionals will locate and remove all mold from the premises and restore and repair all items damaged by mold.
It is always concerning to discover mold growth on your property because of the risk of health problems and structural damage. Mold is often present as a result of water damage or excess moisture from some other source. Wood, drywall, and other building materials are often affected by mold because they contain cellulose, a common food source for mold. Without proper remediation and removal, the mold growth will continue to spread and cause permanent damage.