If you have noticed mold spreading throughout your property, you probably feel defeated. After all, dealing with mold on your own is a never-ending battle. Fortunately, Pure Restore is Washington and western Idaho’s leader in mold remediation and removal. At the first sign of mold, call our team immediately. With our dry fog technology, we treat mold at its source and keep it from spreading or returning. Call the office today to learn more, or reach out to our local mold removal technicians online.
Mold Remediation Process
Mold remediation is different than mold removal because mold remediation includes both the removal and prevention of mold returning in the future. That said, mold remediation is often lumped in with terms, such as:
- Mold cleaning
- Mold removal
- Mold elimination
- Mold mitigation
Remember: mold remediation both eliminates the mold and takes steps to avoid recurrence by utilizing the latest dry fog technology.
Microscopic mold spores can be found almost everywhere. Therefore, any damp condition is conducive for mold growth. When mold spores land in an area with plenty of moisture, they quickly grow and multiply.
Mold remediation always begins with a thorough inspection. We also perform mold testing to determine the type of mold. Next, we begin the elimination, cleaning, and sanitizing process with our innovative dry fog technology.
How long does it take for you to perform mold remediation services?
Mold remediation usually only takes one day, but the timeline can change depending on the severity of the mold outbreak and the size of your home or business. We can provide mold remediation quickly because of our dry fog technology, which requires zero demolition.
When you call our office to request your mold remediation service, we will be able to give you a better idea of how long the process will take.
Do you offer dry fog mold remediation solutions?
Yes! Pure Restore offers this advanced mold-eliminating technology. It is a favorite amongst home and business owners because it requires no demolition.
Our dry fog mold remediation services set us apart from the competition. No longer do we have to tear down walls, floors, or ceilings to reach the source of the mold, which saves you time and money. Instead, the microscopic dry fog particles fill each room and go to work at the root of the issue.
Best of all, the dry fog gets nothing in your home or business wet! Therefore, you don’t need to remove anything before we begin the mold removal process.
So now that you know that Pure Restore offers this innovative service, what exactly is dry fog?
Dry fog consists of tiny droplets that bounce around the room, forming a vapor. The fumes and vapors create an environment where mold can’t grow or spread. Dry fog is superior to wet fog or ozone because it is safer for your family and pets. Furthermore, the droplets in wet fog are larger and burst to create wet and sticky surfaces. The particles are also too large to reach every crevice in the room.
How does mold remediation with dry fog work?
Mold removal with dry fog involves two types of dry fog, both of which are EPA-registered.
First is the fog that eliminates the existing mold. The vapors penetrate everything to destroy the mold at its source. The particles are so tiny that they can stay suspended in the air longer than both ozone and wet fog.
Next, our technicians pump in another type of dry fog that creates an anti-microbial barrier to keep mold from returning for at least 90 days. It also sanitizes your property, protecting your family from bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Does dry fog also eliminate black mold?
Black mold thrives in areas with persistent moisture and on materials like wood or fabric. It is common in the inland Northwest, especially during the rainy seasons.
It’s easy to detect black mold because it presents as large black or dark green spots. It also has a distinctive smell, reminiscent of must and mildew.
People often get anxious when they see black mold because they worry about mold allergies and toxicity, which can lead to symptoms like:
- Stuffy nose
- Sneezing and coughing
- Red eyes
- Itchy or dry skin
- Sore or scratchy throat
The symptoms of mold toxicity are typically more severe and can lead to significant neurological complications.
Fortunately, black mold can be removed with the help of professional mold removal services. Black mold responds well to dry fog treatments.
Because black mold can cause toxicity, don’t try to remove it on your own. DIY cleaning techniques can aggravate the mold and actually spread the black mold spores throughout your property. It can even worsen respiratory symptoms if you have a mold allergy.
Ready to Learn More?
Pure Restore is ready to assist you with your mold problem. Call our mold remediation and removal specialists today or reach out to our team online.