While it’s unsightly and even dangerous to your health, mold spores are a natural presence in the air and don’t usually cause a problem unless they colonize within an area on your property. With high humidity levels, water damage, or a moisture problem in the home or building, it’s probable that mold will develop and start to consume the affected building materials. As soon as you find it, it’s important to contact a professional right away.
ServiceMaster All Care Restoration is available in Glendale, AZ and the surrounding areas to provide mold removal services for homes and businesses. Our professionals are trained, IICRC-certified, and experienced to first prevent it from spreading, then use advanced products and equipment to remove it at the source.
As moisture is the leading cause of mold growth, it thrives off water and an organic substance called cellulose that is contained within common building materials including walls, flooring, carpeting, ceilings and even furniture. Common causes of mold are condensation on walls and pipes, untreated water damage, roof leaks, and even steam from the bathroom or kitchen.
When mold grows, it consumes the organic substance within building materials, causing staining, rotting and eventually structural collapse. This is why it’s important to contact a professional right away. Mold is also dangerous to handle yourself as the spores can cause sneezing, headaches, coughing, skin and eye irritation, and eventually respiratory infection with long-term exposure.
When calling ServiceMaster All Care Restoration for professional mold removal services, we will first set up a containment chamber to prevent the mold from spreading. We will also remove any moisture source that’s “feeding” the mold.
Then using professional products, we will remove mold at the source. Any soiled porous materials will be removed, like drywall, insulation, or ceiling materials. Anti-microbials will then be applied to prevent the mold from returning. After the service, we strongly recommend ensuring there is good air flow within the home or building and keeping moisture levels low to prevent the same problem.
Our mold removal services include the following:
- Identification of all mold areas
- Removal of the moisture source to inhibit future mold growth
- Setting up a containment chamber to prevent the mold from spreading
- Mold removal using professional products and equipment
- Removal of soiled porous materials
- Application of anti-microbials
- Additional mold testing to ensure it is fully removed
For professional mold removal services in Glendale, AZ and the surrounding areas, contact ServiceMaster All Care Restoration at 623-486-0700. We provide free estimates.
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We hold many CE classes with the goal of helping the insurance industry and our customers gain a more knowledge as well as gaining CE credits in the process. All CE Classes meet in Tempe, Arizona. The CE classes are informative, interactive and our are worth 3 hours of credit. For any other questions or for more information call us at 623-486-0700.
By taking one of our CE classes, we offer you an opportunity to lower your loss ratio and improve the service you provide to your insureds. The training program is designed to educate you and your staff about how to reduce the size of many of your property losses, also called loss mitigation.