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Shut Down Mold Growth In Your Maricopa Home

12/18/2018 (Permalink)

Mold Remediation Shut Down Mold Growth In Your Maricopa Home Black mold like this needs to be treated immediately. Call SERVPRO today to rid your home of mold.

Maricopa's Mold Damage Technicians Talk About Removal Methods

A small water leak that you do not notice right away inside your Maricopa home can create an environment where fungi can form. Microbes can be found naturally both indoors and outdoors; therefore once moisture affects organic materials inside your house, these microbes can turn into larger structures that can cause extensive mold damage. It is unknown how many different species of fungi exist, but it is estimated that there are hundreds of thousands of various types. A fungus grows best in damp, warm and humid environments meaning that dark, confined places inside your home make good places for mold damage to occur once moisture is added to the scenario.
 
All kinds of fungal contamination can cause health effects, so it is a wise idea to call in a professional company like SERVPRO. It is important to know that having black mold damage in Maricopa is no different than suffering problems from any other type of fungi. Fungal contamination issues can be treated, and the chances of microbial growth in the future can be reduced, but we cannot ever promise total elimination. Since spores naturally exist in the air, it is impossible to eliminate every possibility that the contamination will return. However, with the use of industrially advanced techniques and equipment, we can remove the majority of the mold contamination in most situations.
 
Before we work towards removing mold from contaminated surfaces, our SERVPRO technicians set up plastic barriers to trap in any harmful particles created during the removal process. Once containment is established we attach an air scrubber to the chamber that creates negative air pressure inside the affected area. This causes any spores or other harmful particles that get released when we scrape or sand off the contamination to get pulled through a HEPA filter before being exhausted back into the environment.
 
When removing the hyphae structures from the contaminated surfaces, we sometimes use methods other than scraping or sanding for delicate materials. In some cases, we use soda blasters or dry ice pellet blasting methods to remove the contamination. If you ever notice any type of fungal contamination, call SERVPRO of Casa Grande at (520) 421-1894 24/7.
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