The Causes and Consequences of Mold
Mold is composed of microscopic spores that exist everywhere. It’s indoors, outdoors and even floating through the air. It only becomes a serious problem when water is introduced to a surface and left untended. Once mold begins to grow, it can spread alarmingly quickly. It will weaken walls and release harmful allergens into the air, putting you in danger. Immediate action should be taken to prevent further growth.
Getting the Quality Help You Need
Every mold problem is unique. Expert knowledge and techniques are required to properly identify and efficiently remediate your particular infestation. Trying to remove the infested area yourself could lead to potential damage of the building and will put your health at risk. Hire professionals who have the experience and equipment to ensure the safe remediation of your property.
Our Mold Remediation Process
Our treatment method begins with a thorough inspection of potentially affected spots. Not all mold infestations are immediately visible; we use professional techniques to detect problem areas. After we’ve found the mold, the affected zones are sealed off to prevent spores from becoming airborne and spreading during the removal process.
The type of material and the amount of mold growing on it determine the proper treatment for your property. Antifungal and antimicrobial products are used to eradicate colonies and prevent further growth. If the area is heavily infested, we carefully and expertly remove and dispose of damaged carpeting and drywall. Afterward, we thoroughly sanitize the remaining area to ensure the elimination of airborne spores and unpleasant odor.
Quick, Comprehensive Removal
At Kascon LLC, we have been treating and remediating mold for over a decade. We have years of experience serving the homes and offices of our customers. Our crew uses this knowledge and expertise to quickly identify problem areas, remove hazards and stop further growth. Get the quality care you need and enjoy a safe, clean space for years to come.