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Mold Removal

Mold Removal

Mold removal isn't only difficult, but also be hazardous to your health. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that most mold remediation jobs, especially the larger or toxic jobs, should be handled by qualified professionals. For the majority of mold problems, you will want to turn to Jimmy Garza’s experts who can both ensure the health of you and your family, and also protect your most important investments such as your business or your home.

After this assessment, on a case by case basis we will help you find an independent, third-party mold testing company which will provide you with a scientific report of the type of mold in your home or business. Upon receiving the mold report, simply contact us and our highly trained customer service technicians will help answer all of your mold remediation questions and concerns. After we have helped answer your mold remediation questions our first course of action is to ensure that the water or humidity problem causing the mold is eliminated. As mold requires water and/or humidity to grow, eliminating the source of these mold catalysts ensures both that the current mold problem will be stopped, and also that future mold problems will not originate from this same source.

The next step of our mold remediation process is to completely remove all of the mold, and also to dry any water in the water-damaged areas. Our expert mold remediation technicians have access to the leading mold remediation products, which allows them to deal with our customers mold problems on a case-by-case basis. This personalized treatment guarantees that your mold problem will be eliminated, as well as all traces of its presence.

The actual process of removing the mold from your home or business that we use involves covering the affected area from ceiling to floor with polyethylene sheeting with a slit entry and covering flap. We maintain this area by using negative pressure by means of a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtered fan unit. We also block all incoming and outgoing air vents connected to the containment area. After containing the mold problem, we then begin the process of cleaning your building and removing the mold. We remove all moldy porous building materials and double bag the items in 6-mil polyethylene sheeting. Our technicians take extra care in packaging mold contaminated materials before removing them from the containment area to minimize dispersion of mold spores throughout the building during the cleaning process because they know the dangers that mold spores can cause if not carefully contained.

Mold Removal El Paso Texas

If mold spores are not properly contained, they can create mycotoxins, or ‘fungus poisons.

Once we have finished our mold remediation process, we have a third-party test the area to ensure that all mold is gone, and that the area is fit for living and/or working. After the building receives a clean bill of health, you can rest assured that the building is safe.

WHAT IS MOLD REMEDIATION?

First off, if you have mold you should understand "mold remediation". Basically, mold remediation is the process of restoring a home to its pre-mold state. This involves identifying the source of moisture fueling the growth of the mold, cleaning the infected area, disposing of the mold-infected materials, and also a test to ensure the mold problem has been completely removed.

WHAT CAUSES MOLD?

  • Basement flooding.
  • Exhaust systems incorrectly vented into walls or attic.
  • Bad construction of homes
  • Damp crawl spaces.
  • Property grading is incorrect and water is present
  • Humidifiers can increase humidity levels in homes.
  • Bad ventilation & over watered plants.
  • Leaking tubs, showers, sinks, hoses & toilets.
  • Leaky roof from bad weather.
  • Bad venting in kitchen & bathrooms.
  • Sewage pipe leak or bad pipe installations.
  • Water supply pipe leakage.
  • Indoor drying of wet clothes.
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