IICRC AMRT Certified Mold RemediationDenver Flood & Fire Restores Your Life
The Denver Flood and Fire damage restoration team provides safe and effective measures to treat mold problems for both residential & commercial buildings. Free estimates are available that include an initial mold inspection to identify the root of the mold issue by using state of the art moisture detection instruments & thermal imaging.
Mold needs moisture to flourish and detection of that moisture is the first step to resolving a mold problem. Water & flood damage that was not properly mitigated can also lead to mold. Mold can be found on many different types of material in walls and ceilings, flooring, and within wall cavities on framing. Mold is most commonly found in organic material such as wood and paper material but can also be found on foundation areas that have had excessive water damage due to leaks or flooding.
Since mold is an allergen, and there are many different species of mold, the reaction that an individual will have to mold may vary. Nevertheless, mold should be remediated as soon as possible by a trained professional.
Denver Flood and Fire performs mold remediation in strict accordance with the IICRC Standards of Care. for mold remediation. This means proper containment of the affected area to provide the necessary protection of all occupants as well as our technicians during the mold remediation process. An effective mold remediation environment will also include proper air scrubbing and negative air pressure for proper filtration of contaminants that may pose a significant health risk.
Eco-friendly and effective solutions and applications are also part of the mold remediation process to safely treat affected areas without the need for harsh chemicals. Mold remediation on framing and structure may also include the implementation of fiber locking or encapsulation that provides a sealant protection that will also inhibit future mold growth.
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