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We can all agree that a mold occurrence in your home can be quite frightening. In a lot of cases, matters get serious before you notice there is even a problem. At that point, remediation could be both extensive and expensive to yield good results.

However, with a quality mold remediation service and a company to perform the service, like Mold Solutions, our experience will put your mind at ease. At Mold Solutions, we have everything needed to put an end to your mold problem.

Let’s dive into why Mold Solutions should be your first call if you suspect mold in a residential or commercial space. As a friendly reminder, we have local offices in Frankfort, Illinois, and St. Louis, Missouri. Both offices gladly service the surrounding areas as well.

Who We Are

If there’s one thing you should know about Mold Solutions, it’s that we are a family-operated business. As such, we always put the safety and well-being of our customers first because we truly understand what’s at stake.

Our main goal is to make your quality of life better, as well as to teach you how to maintain your space after we are finished. For us, quality mold protection is our highest priority, and we strive to make our services the best in the industry. In our opinion, every family deserves a healthy home, and we are here to make that a reality.

In the past decade, our experts have performed over 12,000 residential and commercial mold remediations, including removing household mold and dealing with the consequences of water damage. From common house mold to advanced infestations with rare species, our team is the best and will work with you to feel great about the results.

How Our Remediation Process Works

Do you suspect your home is infested with mold? For any area with mold that is 10 square feet or larger, it is always better to call in the pros. We have all the equipment necessary to inspect and treat your home safely.

Mold remediation is a multi-step removal process that aims to return out-of-control fungi to natural levels. Simply put, think of remediation as a way to return to normal, as it won’t get rid of mold spores entirely. However, it will address the main causes of the outbreak and prevent further infestations.

      The first step of mold remediation is inspection, during which the contractor looks for any visible signs of mold and water damage. They may also need to take air samples to find out what kind of mold you are dealing with. In fact, the process may vary from one type of mold to the other, so proper inspection and testing are essential. 
      Once the main areas of the outbreak have been identified, the contractor will seal off the area from the remainder of the property. Besides doors and windows, they may also shut off heaters, fans, and cooling systems throughout the house. The goal is to prevent the spread of mold into other areas of your home and make the remediation process much safer.
      Depending on the extent of the infestation and the area being treated in the property, they might use special HEPA-filtered vacuums and/or HEPA Air Scrubbers to remove leftover/airborne spores.
      During this step, the contractor will use antifungal and antimicrobial agents to clean and remove existing colonies of mold. The method of removal depends on the infested surface, as some require special attention. On the one hand, non-porous locations such as sinks, or bathtubs are easier to clean and disinfect. On the other hand, infested wood floors and walls may need to be removed and replaced.
      First, if you want to prevent mold from growing in your home, you need to prevent excessive moisture. For example, wipe down your sinks and showers with a dry cloth immediately after using them. Also, if you have a water leak in your home, take care of it right away.

    Next, you can try to prevent mold from forming by reducing humidity. The best way to do so is by installing a good ventilation system that will cycle the air outside of the home. But, if you don’t have one, you can also use your air conditioner or a dehumidifier to help. It’s important to remember to make sure you don’t turn a humidifier on high in the winter as you don’t want the interior of your windows to be covered in condensation.

    What’s more, another great way to prevent mold is to check and clean your gutters at least twice a year. Replacing old gutters can be expensive, so it’s better to be safe than sorry and clean them often.

    Cleaning your gutters and downspouts regularly prevents rain from backing up and leaking into the walls and foundation of your home.

    Our Mold Solutions Are at Your Disposal

    Worried about mold? Contact us today, and let’s come up with a remediation plan to fight it together. Our experienced team is awaiting your call!

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