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Why Mold Grows

ANSWER: 4 step Estimate

1. ASSESSMENT:
In depth "pre-remediation" evaluation of the infected area to identify the cause of the mold.

2. PREPARATION OF YOUR HOME:
    A. Containment and isolation of the infected area to prevent spread of mold spores to other areas of your home.
    B. Containment is setup with negative air pressure; this is the MOST IMPORTANT PRECAUTION TO REMOVING MOLD, by preventing the spread of mold spores during work.

3. CLEAN YOUR HOME:
Remove the source of contamination, dry, HEPA vacuum and sanitize non-porous materials and surfaces.

4. AFTER THE PROJECT:
Follow-up with a certificate of completion and consultation on prevention steps.


Who will treat mold in your home?

WeGetTheMoldOut.com Professionals have over ten years of experience.  Specialized crews will clean your home. WeGetTheMoldOut.com employs American Indoor Air Quality Council Certified Personnel. Certifications include Council-certified Residential Mold Inspector (CRMI), and Council-certified Mircobial Remediator (CMR).

 
Our Services Include:
  • A Project Manager to ensure your home is professionally remediated.

  • Proper disposal of all mold-contaminated materials.

  • HVAC Hygienic Cleaning (additional fee applies)
    What we do is more than just clean your air ducts. Your HVAC system is more than just the ducts that you see. We clean your registers and returns, the duct work, and the air handler. To take it to the next level of clean, we then disinfect the system. We ensure that when we are done, your system truly is clean.

  • What Else Should I know?

    A typical home remediation project includes:

  • Samples and Lab Analysis (if requested)

  • Job scope and estimate

  • Mold removal and treatment

  • Post project testing (if requested)



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    WeGetTheMoldOut.com Work Safe Practices
    Containment is an essential part of mold remediation and Air Technology takes the necessary steps using proper equipment to separate the work area from the rest of your home. This not only protects uncontaminated areas from cross contamination from mold spores, but also from potential hazards in drywall dust that may be created dring remediation.

    Drywall dust, according to some doctors can lead to heavy metals in the bloodstream. This exposure can have adverse effects on health. Most people can slough off exposure to some heavy metals, but others are more susceptible to exposure. This has led to renewed emphasis on work safe practices when handling drywall and lead paint in homes.

    Power plants produce a byproduct residue from creating energy. That residue can be sludge or potash which may make up the "chalky" substance of drywall. These products may contain heavy metals and subsequently cause contamination that seems to be causing increased metal contamination in the bloodstreams of more Americans in the last 10 years.

    With this in mind, Air Technology takes precautions to minimize the exposure to metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium and others when removing drywall from your home or business. Air Technology is an EPA Lead Safe certified renovating contractor.

       
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