Mold can occur in a home when building materials such as drywall, cabinetry or framing is moist for a prolonged period of time. This mold can cause structural building decay and failure.

Mold spores give off mycotoxins, which can have adverse affects to the health of yourself and your family if left untreated.

If you have a mold issue, or your home smells musty, you should immediately have Flood One do an inspection.

Most mold problems in the home are typically caused by a long term plumbing leak or structural issue, such as a leaking roof or poorly constructed part of the building.

Once the visible mold is found and the moisture source addressed, a detailed estimate can be provided to safely remove the mold.

The mold is removed following E.P.A guidelines regarding mold remediation.

These guidelines may include negative air containment, HEPA filtration units, as well as specialized techniques in the removal of mold impacted materials.

Once the Mold Remediation process has been completed, a third party environmental testing company may be called to take air samples of the contained area for laboratory evaluation.

Once the affected areas have passed environmental testing, a written clearance may be obtained by the testing company showing the area is now ready for use by you and your family.

You owe it to yourself and your family to call the best.

Make the call!

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