Reducing the mold spore count in the air is just as important as removing mold from building components. Rainbow Restoration utilizes HEPA filtration machines to purify the air and reduce the number of mold spores floating around.
Mold is a living organism and can deeply ingrain itself into materials to survive. This is why mold must be physically removed from the structure. Attempts to cover up mold on the surface will lead to contamination issues down the road. Therefore, the EPA does not recommend that you use bleach as a means of mold removal.
Mold removal and remediation always begins and ends with meticulous HEPA vacuuming to capture mold spores from surfaces.
Stain removers are often used to eliminate or reduce mold staining. EPA-registered antimicrobials are applied to all affected areas to prevent the mold from returning.
Following remediation, a thorough post-completion inspection is conducted. We will arrange to have a post-clearance test performed by a third party. Clearance testing ensures that the spore count inside the structure has been reduced and has returned to safe levels for a fungal ecology indoors. Rainbow Restoration guarantees that we will pass a clearance test.