While mold is common in many homes and buildings, it’s a serious problem as it can cause a number of health issues for the family as well as structural damage. Mold will always develop in the presence of excess moisture as it needs that and an organic food source on which to grow. After it appears, it will disperse its spores into the breathing air, searching for other areas to develop. While in the air, these spores can also trigger a number of health issues and can grow worse over time.
If you do find mold within your home or business, it’s important to act right away to prevent it from spreading and triggering any health issues. ServiceMaster All Care Restoration provides mold removal services in Surprise, AZ and the surrounding areas. Our professionals are certified, trained and experienced to use professional products and equipment to remove mold at the source while taking steps to prevent cross contamination.
Due to how it spreads, mold can cause significant damage withing homes and buildings. It often grows in the presence of water damage, flood damage or any area with excess moisture as it requires this and an organic food source on which to grow. The cellulose within your property’s building materials provides the perfect source as mold will cause stains, rotting, and weakening of the property structure.
Mold is also known for triggering a number of breathing problems and allergies. Those with asthma and impaired immune systems face the highest risk, suffering from nasal congestion, headaches, itchy eyes and throat, coughing, and skin irritation. But long-term exposure has been known to lead to respiratory infections and asthma.
One of the biggest problems associated with mold is that it often grows in hidden areas, like behind walls and ceilings and below floors. This makes it especially dangerous as it can grow for long periods of time before it’s noticed. Be sure to monitor the home for any of the following signs of mold growth:
- Musty odors
- Bubbling drywall
- Wet spots on ceilings and walls
- Peeling wallpaper
- Dark spots on ceilings and walls
Professional Mold Remediation
Never try to remove mold yourself if you find it in your home or building. It’s always safer to contact our professionals for mold removal services. We use advanced equipment and products to remove mold at the source while preventing it from growing in other areas. We will also take proper precautions to protect other rooms within the home or building and we wear personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep our employees safe.
Our mold removal services include each of the following:
- Detailed assessment of mold growth and moisture that caused the mold
- Deep cleaning and mold removal from damaged materials
- Structural repairs of the source to prevent future mold growth
- Mold testing to ensure all cases are removed
For professional mold removal services in the Sunrise, AZ area, contact ServiceMaster All Care Restoration at (623) 486-0700. We provide free estimates.
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