Mold911 Mold Removal / Remediation Procedures Mold911 follows the strict Mold Remediation Guidelines of IICRC 1520. Our mold remediation professionals begins the mold removal process by containing the work area to prevent cross-contamination of mold spores to non-affected areas of the property. Negative Air We clean the mold spores in air using commercial-grade and industrial…

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Stachybotrys Chartarum aka Black Mold Black Mold or Toxic Mold usually refers to Stachybotrys chartarum.  Stachybotrys chartarum is a greenish-black colored type of mold. It commonly grows in places that have a constant water source i.e. leaking pipes, and high cellulose material, i.e. sheetrock. Toxicity and mVOC Certain types of mold, like stachybotrys produces airborne…

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Mold may be removed off non-porous materials through cleanups using simple cleansing agents like detergent and water, or by adding little bleach solution to the soap mixture. Surfaces like tiles, wallpaper and rugs which are either absorbent or porous should be disposed off once they become moldy. If the mold exposure is in large amounts…

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Minimize Mold Outbreaks  Controlling Moisture is the key to controlling mold. When water leaks or floods occur indoors – act quickly. Any initial water infiltration should be stopped and cleaned promptly. A prompt response (within 24-48 hours) and thorough clean- up, drying, and/or removal of water-damaged materials will prevent mold growth. Mold prevention recommendation include:…

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Is All Mold Toxic? Not all Mold are toxic.  Certain Mold produce mycotoxins that pose potential health risks.  Mold can also damage building materials and structure.  Any sign of mold should be dealt with as soon as possible because, over time, the harm and damage that is causes can be costly.  If you’re not sure…

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