MOLD REMEDIATION AND REMOVAL BY CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS
Pinnacle Restoration can provide the solution if mold is the problem! We follow strict, safe and appropriate guidelines (IICRC S520 Industry Standard of Care) when addressing any mold or potential mold exposures. Identification, containment, proper protocols and remediation are key to handling any exposure. Quick reaction is the key to contain or prevent the exposures of mold, especially in the event of water damage.
Every occurrence of mold is different and Pinnacle Restoration will provide the solution that addresses unique exposures. Our team has extensive experience in mold remediation in commercial and residential properties. When dealing with a mold problem, it is critically important to work with an experienced company that follows set protocols and guidelines to help ensure the safe removal and disposal of the affected areas.
We Offer Mold Removal – Air Quality Testing In Conjunction With ATP Testing – Mold Removal and Cleanup Services by an IICRC Certified Technician
Mold is a fungus that causes organic matter to decay. It is a growth of mold on the surface of something, or the discoloration caused by the growth of mold. Mold thrives in moist or humid conditions. Mold thrives on many types of building materials, such as cellulose which is contained in drywall, wood, etc. Some of the outward signs of mold are musty odors and discoloration. Mold can start to grow in less than 48 hours.
It is important to note that mold exists both outdoors and indoors. The true test is to have no greater level of mold inside the structure than the level outside the structure. When dealing with large mold growth issues, commercial property discovery and family health issues that may have mold as a contributing factor, we may recommend/require that the property owner obtain air sample testing or ATP Testing. Reports can be used to provide us with a roadmap towards professional remediation and cleanup of the proper areas.
OUR PROCESS INVOLVES
A certified technician is dispatched to inspect property for assessment. Depending on the degree of contamination (there are three levels of mold growth, and four levels of mold remediation), we may require a microbiologist IEP (indoor environment professional) to test the area and create a scope of work. We’ll then follow the plan of action created by IEP, including coordinating repair of leaks, extracting water, drying the structure and removing and remediating the mold.
Don’t begin cleaning without a thorough plan and remediation evaluation.