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Have you noticed the presence of mold in your house?

And can you imagine the amount of damage it can do? Let’s see what you need to do to recognize the presence of mold and mildew in your house and your life, and how to get rid of them.

It would be wise for you to learn the basics of mold and mildew removal – this will help you choose the best, most cost effective, mold removal professionals for this job. Don’t let them confuse you with jargon like mold mitigation, mold remediation, and mold abatement, instead of simply mold removal.

Basically, if you notice the signs of mold, it means it’s definitely present. Don’t let anyone pressurize you into wasting money on mold inspections and mold testing. You just have to get the mold removed, irrespective of what kind it is. Usually, they all have to be removed in the same way.

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You need to take five basic steps for effective mold removal:

  1. Protect all occupants and workers from infection.
  2. Ensure assessments are carried out before, during and after mold removal.
  3. Ensure prevention of cross contamination between areas that have been contaminated and those that have not.
  4. Confirm the removal of mold at its source.
  5. Eliminate any sources of moisture that caused the mold infection.

Be particular about removing the mold and the moisture from the areas where they are concentrated, such as from drywall..

After the mold removal, ensure the air is cleared with a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) scrubber to eliminate air borne mold spores. Clean air will replace the dirty moldy air. You may not need to do this if just a little area is mold affected, like below 10 sq. ft. If so, you can do it yourself instead of hiring an expensive professional.

After the mold removal, ensure the air is cleared with a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) scrubber to eliminate air borne mold spores. Clean air will replace the dirty moldy air. You may not need to do this if just a little area is mold affected, like below 10 sq. ft. If so, you can do it yourself instead of hiring an expensive professional.