When do you need a remediation specialist?

If you have mold in your building and aren’t sure what to do about it, calling a mold remediation specialist is a good idea. Mold has the potential to spread or be toxic – none of which is good for your business, health, or wallet.

Size Matters:

In the event that the mold covers an area larger than 10 square feet, it is crucial to call a mold removal specialist. Mold spores are microscopic, multi-cellular organisms that cross the air and reproduce asexually and only one spore is needed for growth to begin. Despite removing any visible mold, small amounts can spread and multiplied during the cleaning process if you try to clean it yourself. It is hard to prevent the spread without the special equipment restoration professionals use.

Location Matters:

Mold is common in rooms where water is used regularly (i.e., restrooms, breakrooms), but mold can also be found in less accessable areas like crawl spaces, ductwork, and attics. Although it sounds strange, visible mold is a good thing. It shows that there’s a problem and provides you with a starting point for repairing it. However, not all mold is visible. Sometimes the smell of dampness, mold, or mildew are signs that mold is present.

Why Choose Express Restoration Service?

  • 24/7/365 Response
  • Professionally trained and certified
  • Licensed, bonded, and insured
  • Damage assessment and reporting
  • Transparent and exclusive pricing
  • Ability to develop a customized emergency preparedness and response plan through enrollment in Express Recovery

If you have a mold problem on your property or believe that there could be one somewhere, contact Express Restoration Services as soon as possible at 833.563.1745 or request an inspection.