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Mold Removal Service

Before going any further, let us make clear that mold spores exist everywhere in the air and on every surface that surrounds us. Therefore, total mold removal from our environment is impossible. Mold infestations, however, are a different matter, and these can be eradicated in a process more accurately termed Mold Remediation.

Mold and humidity

The reason we don’t see walls stained with mold everywhere, is because the spores require damp conditions in order to grow. Therefore, any source of dampness – leakage from roof or plumbing, storm flooding and even a high humidity content in the air, can quickly give rise to mold infestations – within as little as 48-72 hours.

Any mold infestation can give rise to health problems, but truly poisonous molds of the kind hyped in the media is relatively rare. Mostly, mold spores can cause respiratory and dermal irritation and allergies. So, removing your mold infestation should definitely be high on your priority list, and not only because it looks bad.

RailWay Restoration Mold Service Proffeionals

The process of mold removal begins with a call to RailWay Restoration. Our Specialists are highly trained in mold removal service and we are dedicated to giving you a fast and exact response. This requires proper assessment of the situation and a lot of sensibility in choosing the exact means to be used in every case. Our experience in the field, coupled with technical expertise and state-of-the-art equipment and processes, ensure the proper response and treatment of your situation.

The Mold Removal Process

Mold removal is a process generally composed of several elements: Air filtration and barriers to remove excess spores, contain the infestation and stop it from spreading to other areas of the house; removal of the mold material itself with the aid of anti-fungal treatment, which also prevents future growth of mold in the treated area; and minor repairs including the replacement of damaged materials such as drywall, wood and carpeting, as part of the restoration to pre-mold status. Sometimes the process of mold removal itself entails the removal of mold infested material.

All of these are divided into smaller stages, such as air quality testing, identification of the mold type, and measuring the results of the process to ensure that it is as thorough as possible. The source of humidity must also be addressed of course, or the entire process will be useless.