The Discovery Of Mold In Your Bergen County Residence
The Discovery Of Mold In Your Residence
There are few things as uncomfortable as discovering mold growth in your Bergen County residence. Ultimately, this is a situation that you want to take care of as quickly as you can, namely because mold and microbial growth spread quickly throughout the house. The longer that you wait to get the situation resolves, the more challenging it becomes to preserve structural elements and construction materials in your home.
The main issue with mold damage in your Bergen County residence is how exposure to mold colonies is now getting attributed to potential health effects. The risk only gets worse the longer that you and your family remain exposed to the colony, so remediation is a step that needs to happen as efficiently as possible. That is where our experienced technicians at SERVPRO can help you. With our unique training and specialized equipment, we can work to remove the microbial colony and to restore the damage caused to your home in the process.
Our SERVPRO technicians can isolate the problem area using air scrubbers with HEPA filters. They can trap the mold spores in the air and prevent them from seating in new areas while our professionals work to remove the colonies from where they have seated. This process can happen in several ways, though usually, our technicians opt for soda blasting or sanding approaches to deeply penetrate and remove the entire hyphae.
Locating the source of the moisture that allowed the mold to grow in the first place is a typical step in the remediation process. Where an immediate source is unable to get located, our professionals might recommend the continued use of dehumidification equipment in the area, even after our equipment has initially dried out the dampness and moisture.
Mold damage in your home is challenging to overcome, especially if you are trying to deal with it alone. Fortunately, our SERVPRO of Teaneck / Englewood mold remediation specialists is standing by to help you remove the colony in your house and prevent future recurrences. Give us a call anytime you need us at (201) 266-0482.
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