We identify, test, measure, remove, remediate and restore to pre-loss condition!
We are trained and certified through IICRC in mold and antimicrobial remediation. We are one of the few remediation and restoration contractors properly Georgia state licensed for application of antimicrobial solutions that kill living organisms such as mold fungus. Don’t take our word for it. Call the Better Business Bureau of which we are a member in good standing.
Mold spores can grow and begin to populate colonies in as little as 24 to 48 hours. Our 24/7 response addresses emergency water damage and applies mitigation measures to prevent mold growth.
Some spores release poisonous mycotoxins. The concern about toxins varies according to the type of spores, quantity, and growing conditions. When toxins enter the blood stream they can travel to other organs and are believed to be associated with more serious health consequences.
If sensing moisture, you are wise to have a professional perform testing and inspection early to avoid problems such as mold and rot.
Health symptoms associated with airborne mold spores may include cough, headaches, asthma and other respiratory discomfort, allergies, sore throat, sinus problems, depression, fatigue and itchy eyes, and vary widely from inconsequential to life threatening.
Every person has a unique physiology thus different reaction to mold spores and allergens based on type of spore, exposure, duration and load. The most vulnerable are particularly the very young whose immune system is not fully developed, an older person whose immune system has grown tired, and those whose immune system is compromised by medication or disease.
We test and attack mold based on the growing condition and type of spores which may include many types such as aspergillus, penicillin, basidiospores, cladosporium or stachybotrys, better known as black mold.
Mold must be removed not treated. After mold remediation and removal, we apply People and Planet friendly solutions as antimicrobials to remaining fungi and apply inhibitors to prevent re-infestation.
Often times, early water damage intervention is not possible because the water intrusion is not discovered early enough. In such cases, mold growth has begun and secondary damages occur due to mold spores in the air and cross-contamination.
Our engineered controls often involve temporary containment structures to prevent cross-contamination and occupant exposure during remediation.
Because safety of occupants and workers is paramount, we install temporary containments and decontamination chambers.