The Mold Remediation Experts
If you’ve found Restored Air, you likely have a mold problem. Once we identify that you do in fact have mold present in your home or business through visual inspection, we will come up with a mold remediation plan for your property.
Get rid of unhealthy mold
Mold grows best in warm, damp and humid conditions (sounds like Charleston right?), and spreads and reproduces by making spores. Mold spores can survive harsh environmental conditions, such as dry conditions, that do not support normal mold growth. It is imperative that if you think you have a mold problem that it is addressed right away!
Proven Mold Removal
& Prevention Service
Our proven process incorporated with our Restored Air technology produces permanent results that are environmentally friendly. Our process destroys air & surface contaminates to include pathogens, mold spores, bacteria and viruses.
Restored Air’s Surface Secure antimicrobial is applied to the treatment areas, creating a barrier that inhibits mold growth for a period of up to one year after treatment. We have PMII certifications that fully equip us to test, inspect, understand and correct your mold problems.
Step 1: Visual Mold Assessment
Our mold remediation process starts with a complete visual mold assessment, including source identification. Air quality testing may be recommended to identify and determine the severity of your mold problem.
Step 2: Create & Implement a Mold Remediation Plan
Next, we provide you with a comprehensive mold remediation plan to eliminate your mold problem and prevent its return. Our exclusive technology and process for removing mold from your home and business is 100% guaranteed effective. We customize every solution to each property owner to get the best results.
Step 3: Collect Air Samples for Testing
Our proven process is guaranteed effective, but we don’t stop there. Restored Air collects air samples that are submitted to an accredited third party lab after each indoor treatment to gauge success of the mold removal.
We also offer our customers optional independent post treatment testing after the completion of the project for added peace of mind. Our team remains an on the the job status until all proposed aspects of the project have been completed.
What Are Some Common Indoor Molds?
Frequently Asked Questions
Mold can usually be found in rooms where water usage is common as well as humidity, such as kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and crawlspaces. If you notice mold or know of water damaged areas in your home, take action today to be proactive. Even if you do not have mold, you can have peace of mind that you are breathing in clean air.
You deserve clean air.
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