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Mother Nature

Key Elements


Mold Growth

High Humidity Can Cause Mold Growth


Mold Can Grow on Any Item When Exposed Too Excessive Moisture


Mold Growth

High Humidity

Water Damage

Mold is found both indoors and outdoors. Mold can enter your home through open doorways, windows, vents, and heating air conditioning systems. Mold can also attach itself to pets, clothing and shoes that can be carried from outside into indoors. Leaks from the roof, pipelines inside the walls, plant pots, or where there has been flooding, Mold will grow. Mold Spores spread with 24 to 48 hrs if not dry down and materials removed from affected areas..

Mold Growth can occur when moisture and High Humidity. When exposed too both mold can grow on wet cellulose materials, including paper products, cardboard, ceiling tiles, wood and wood products. Other materials such as dust, paints, wallpaper, insulation materials, drywall, carpet, fabric, and upholstery, commonly support mold growth. 

Behind Sheetrock

Mold Removal

Between Drywall

Mold Damage

Underneath floor and ceiling.

Mold Growth

Under Cabinetry

Mold Growth Clean-Up

Mold can grow in sunlight and dark environments. Dark areas most often provide the ideal growing conditions for mold. Mold actually grows faster in the dark for this reason. Hidden areas as shown in the photos above can go  unnoticed over due time. Mold is a natural part of the world and plays an important role in nature. Mold break down dead organic matter such as fallen leaves and dead trees but should be avoided when indoors and condition living spaces.

Stachybotrys (know too most as black mold will most lacking grow in dark and hidden environments. Black mold can cause severe structural damage to your home and negatively affect your health. Furthermore, most mold like stachybotrys can produce toxic substances known as mycotoxins. Over a period of time mycotoxins can produce a unpleasant smell if not treated and remove from a affected area.


Mold Inspection

Mold Testing Results

Mold Removal Inspection Report

Mold Inspection

Mold Testing

My Consultant A

Trusted Mold Consultant Firm

A Mold Consultant can come out too your residential or commercial property too perform a inspection. The consultant inspect affected areas. Some areas may need a air sample or just a visually inspection. If mold is visible then there no need for a air sample. Unless You recommend one for paperwork purpose or your on peace of mind. If taken a air sample the consultant will collect the air sample and gathered data too send off the a lab. The lab will then provide the data and test results to the consultant too see if you need a mold remediation.

Mold Remediation

                  The Process

Mold Remediation include five key elements.Containment, Equipment, Mold Removal, Mold Treatment and Mold Damaged Clean-up. The Mold Contractor will write a work plan base on the consultant protocol. The time frame on each job is different base on affected areas.

Inside The Containment

Mold Clearance

Moisture. Meter

Leak Inspection

Moisture Readings

Moisture Detection

Moisture Inspection

Moisture Testing


Humidity Check

Air Quality Testing

Air Sample

Indoor And Outdoor Samples

Air Quality Testing

A license mold consultant will perform a mold assessment. The inspection will consist of visual, moisture and humidity testing. Consultant will take measurements, notes and photos of all affected areas. There are different types of testing that can be preformed too determined the results. The consultant and customer will confirm on which test will be perform.

Once both parties discuss and decide on which test is needed.Then the consultant will perform a swabbed, bacterial and air quality testing in every affected area. (if necessary) Then results are sent too a licensed testing lab for reading of the samples. Afterwards consultant will write a protocol basis on lab results.

Restart Rebuild Renovation

Reconstruction is the final step too your mold remediation. 

We can help you rebuild, redesigned and upgraded your home.

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