Full-Scale Mold Damage Services
If your building has excess exposure to moisture or has recently suffered water damage, then it is at high risk of mold growth. Mold comes in different types and in an array of colors, but all of them pose several health risks and can be problematic once it starts spreading.
If you see signs of mold damage on your home or commercial property, it is important that you get it treated as soon as possible to prevent any long-term risks to the people you care about.
At Micro Clean Restoration, LLC, we can help homeowners and commercial property owners detect mold damage and remediate it in the most cost-effective and safe way.
Why is Mold Damage Concerning?
When you find signs of mold in your home, there are several questions that may pop into your mind, including:
It is important that the mold in your home be assessed and remediated the right way; otherwise, it will keep growing and not just compromise the structural integrity of your home but will affect the health of the individuals in it as well.
Mold Results in Health Risks
Mold spores are found naturally in indoor air; however, they pose a problem when they start proliferating and growing in your home, reducing indoor air quality.
If your building is energy-efficient and is easier to heat and cold, it can prevent mold spores from getting out of your home. Active mold spores can quickly multiply and pose a risk to the people in your home, particularly small children and the elderly, triggering allergies and asthma attacks.
If mold is allowed to proliferate, it may give rise to larger varieties of mold types, many of which are toxic. That is why it is important to remediate mold as soon as possible.
Mold Can Destroy Your Property
Mold is an important element of decomposition and helps to break down dead vegetation and enrich the soil. However, you don’t want it to do that to your building.
Mold can damage the walls, ceiling, and floors by eating deep into them over time, making them spongy, and weakening them. In wet conditions, mold can damage the wooden support beams of a building, reducing its structural integrity and creating a safety hazard.
If mold is allowed to grow in a porous material like carpeting and upholstery, the material cannot be cleaned efficiently and will need to be thrown away.
How to Remediate Mold Damage
Do you know that stagnant water can develop mold in less than 72 hours? If you do see signs of mold in your home, do not panic. It may have just affected a small area of your building, so before it spreads, it is important to call a mold remediation professional quickly.
At Micro Clean Restoration, LLC, we are a leading mold remediation service operating in the various counties of Georgia. Give us a call, and our certified mold inspector will show up at your door, asses mold damage, and will create a personalized mold removal plan for you.
We are ready to serve you on a priority basis
Reasons to Call Us
We offer Free Mold Inspection to all our clients!
Who We Serve
If you are a property owner in Alpharetta, Gwinnett, Decatur, DeKalb, Fulton, Lawrenceville, Rockdale, Snellville, Stone Mountain, and Walton County, call us today to schedule a mold removal session with us.