Mold is a serious issue, and many times, it’s a hidden one. Mold may be secretly making you sick without you even knowing. Modern building materials like drywall, wood, fabric and wallpaper are all appealing sources of food for mold to grow and spread. If you are dealing with a case of mold in your home or place of business, it’s time to take action. Hiring a reputable mold removal company is of the utmost importance when searching for mold remediation services.
How can a Mold Removal Company Help?
Besides just removing mold, there are a number of other things a mold removal company can help with. If the mold damage in your home is severe enough, it may require reconstruction. Materials such as insulation, drywall, and even carpeting can be ruined by large mold colonies. The professionals at Hilex Construction are fully trained and equipped to handle these renovations and repairs.
Mold removal experts can also eliminate foul odors associated with mold. When searching for mold remediation companies, it’s important to make sure they have the necessary credentials and experience to get the job done correctly. At Hilex Construction, we understand all too well how destructive mold and water damage can be. Our experts can help address the problem; they have the skills and experience to remove the mold in your home. We’re fully licensed, insured, and certified. We will identify the sources of mold and mildew related problems. Using the latest technology, we can determine the presence, type, and source of the mold. After completing inspection and testing, we provide a full report with effective follow-up solutions.
The truth is that mold exists almost everywhere. Microscopic spores of mold can be found indoors and outdoors, which means that it’ll never be fully gone. Removing mold entirely from a home is not likely something most reliable mold remediation companies will boast about, as the task is impossible. If any mold remediation companies make this promise, they’re not giving you all the facts.
Consider the following facts about mold:
- Mold is present almost everywhere
- Spores are microscopic and they float in the air. They can enter your home through doors, windows, vents or your or AC/heating systems.
- Mold can also be tracked in by pets or your clothing.
- It loves moisture. Mold spores can grow quickly into large colonies when exposed to water.
- Before mold remediation can begin, any sources of water or moisture must be addressed. Otherwise, the mold can return.
- Mold can produce a strong, musty smell
Find a Local Mold Removal Company
Finding a local mold remediation company might be your best option. While some companies outside of your area may have better reviews, they also have longer commutes, which can cost you more money in the end. Typically, these companies have multiple steps to their mold inspection and cleanup process. It’s important to ask questions and get as much information as possible about how long the process may take and how much it will cost. Finding a local company gives you the the ability to have more peace of mind as it’s more likely they will be able to source their materials locally as well. This usually means less wait time and a faster turn-around.
Getting an Estimate
Getting an estimate and assessment will allow you to gain a better understanding of your mold problem, and the financial cost to its solution. It’s important to compare a few companies, and inquire about their processes. Just because something is more affordable, doesn’t mean it’s better. When dealing with a mold problem, cutting corners is never a good idea. Hilex Construction offers free assessments and estimates, and we will gladly go into detail about every step of the mold remediation process.
Help is Available
Due to the rapid-growing nature of mold, it is best to seek help from a mold removal company sooner rather than later. One of our technicians at Helix Construction can schedule an appointment to begin an assessment as quickly as possible. We can be at your door in as little as a few hours, depending on your service needs. To speak to one of our experts, contact us today, and get the help you need.