Mold Remediation Services
Remediating mold damage, but first, identifying the source of the mold growth
We take mold seriously, but we don’t prey on fears about mold.
The first step is asking for help
Identify, Remove, and Treat Mold Challenges
Mold Remediation Services
Mold Remediation Process
- Request a free mold damage assessment (mold specialist will identify the source of the problem)
- Third party indoor air quality testing (this will show how much mold, what type, and what process we will need to use)
- Air filtration and containment systems are put in place to ensure no cross contamination
- Mold is remediated with use of specialized tools and cleaning agents
- Specialty cleaning for salvageable mold-damaged items
- Third party indoor air quality testing to confirm full remedation
Misinformation about mold allows companies to take advantage of mold situations and perform unnecessary, costly services that may or may not address the problem. Make sure you do your research when looking for a mold remediation company and make sure they are honest, reputable, licensed, insured, and very skilled. ServiceMaster of Kalamazoo works hard to stay up-to-date on industry best practices for dealing with mold.
You can rest assured your home or business will be safe, restored, and cared for in our hands.
We bring over 65 years of experience and dedication to remediating mold. We work with both home and business owners to solve even the toughest of mold problems. Services include identifying the source of the mold issue, addressing the cause, isolating the mold (to prevent spreading), air filtration, mold remediation, and any additional specialty cleaning.
Mold can start to grow in as little as 72 hours. Mold spreads easily and quickly, therefore, it is important to react quickly if you experience water damage or observe mold growth. Mold likes to grow in places we can’t see, so mold can be a serious problem and should not be treated lightly. While figuring out what next steps to take, remember there is a lot of misinformation about mold. We take mold seriously but don’t prey on fears about mold.
Are you wondering why the bleach you’re using isn’t working?
Many people think spraying mold with bleach is enough to eliminate their mold problem. This is not the case. Bleach may kill some molds on some kinds of material, but it has not been shown to kill all molds. And even if you can “kill mold”, it’s still not completely gone. Dead mold still contains allergens and causes health problems. To properly get rid of mold you must have it remediated.
Favorite places mold likes to thrive are in attics, basements, bathrooms, ceilings, crawl spaces, kitchens, and laundry rooms (this is because of the frequency of moisture in these areas). If you have visible signs of mold growth, you could potentially have an even deeper, mold issue. In addition, water damages left to dry on their own are likely to lead to mold growth.