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MOLD REMEDIATION AND REMOVAL

 

Discovering mold in your Philadelphia home or business can cause a simple inconvenience or a complete sense of panic. Although our tools are like all others whose trade is mold remediation, our focus is on you, our client. When we complete our work, we want you to have a sense that, in a way, your life and future has been rebuilt too.

Mold removal and remediation requires stringent processes. We are trained to take care of the problem for you with our mold guidelines. Types of containment may include total enclosure of room or building, localized containment with air pathway controls, localized containment with critical barriers and negative air equipment, or no containment.

We offer the following mold remediation services in Philadelphia and the surrounding region as well as DE, NJ, and MD:

Our services include identifying the scope of the work to determine the extent of the damage, containment of the mold to prevent further growth,and differential pressure control. We also do air cleaning and dehumidification to remove moisture from the air and prevent future mold. Our services include removal and disposal of all contaminated materials, soda blasting of the wood, remediation, fine cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting and sterilizing. We do a full treatment of every surface and clearance testing to ensure the mold is completely removed. We follow the guidelines below and industry standards for mold removal.

 

SERVICES:

  • Identify Scope of Work
  • Containment
  • Differential Pressure control
  • Air Cleaning or Dehumidification
  • Gross Removal – Disposal of Contaminated Materials
  • Soda Blasting of Wood
  • Remediation
  • Fine Cleaning (HEPA, Wipe, HEPA)
  • Sanitizing, Disinfecting or Sterilizing
  • Treatment of Surfaces
  • Clearance Testing

RELEVANT GUIDELINES OR STANDARDS

  • IICRC S 520 Professional Mold Remediation Standards
  • IICRC S 500 Professional Water Damage Restoration Standards
  • New York City Guidelines
  • NYC Dept of Health
  • World Health Organization (WHO)
  • ACGIH Bio-aerosol Guideline
  • US Environmental Protection Guidelines (EPA)

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