Mold Remediation

Mold Removal

24/7 Emergency Mold Removal Services

Professional Mold Remediation

As part of our comprehensive emergency restoration services, Procyon Restoration offers mold inspection, mold testing, mold containment and removal, air purification and filtration, antimicrobial treatment, and surface cleaning and sanitizing.

Inspection & Testing
We will look for any signs of mold growth and take samples of any suspected mold and send them to a certified laboratory for testing to determine the type of mold.

Mold Containment and Removal
We use specialized equipment and techniques to stop mold from spreading. We will then remove the mold and any contaminated materials, cleaning and sanitizing all affected areas.

After removing the mold, we will use air purifiers and filters and use antimicrobial treatments to prevent future mold growth.

Mold Damage

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Mold Remediation Process

When you call Procyon Restoration, we will send a mold damage specialist to your property to inspect the damages and gather any information we can to provide you with an accurate quote.

Our technicians will work to identify which building materials in your house can be restored and salvaged versus those that are irreparable and need to be removed for a successful restoration. Once removal of all unsalvageable material is complete, the structure can complete the drying process and the building can be readied for repairs.

We strive to help you find coverage and receive fair and accurate insurance settlements. Whenever possible we will work directly with your carrier to ensure coverage before work is done. To ensure that you receive the coverage that you have paid for, our team of certified technicians at Procyon Restoration will document, photograph, and itemize every item that was in the affected area, we will take notes on the damages and will work with your insurance company throughout the process.

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Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Mold Damage?

Mold damage is not something that is normally covered in your basic homeowner’s insurance plan. The main exception is if your mold damage was the result of previous water damage that had been covered by your insurance provider, which essentially will be seen as further damages and losses caused by the aforementioned water damage.

When you work with Procyon Restoration, we will ensure that if you are deserving of any coverage, you will be taken care of.

Mold Remediation Facts

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What to Know About Moisture Mapping

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  • Identification of Moisture Sources:

    • Moisture mapping helps identify sources of water intrusion, such as leaks, plumbing issues, or condensation problems.
    • It determines areas that are prone to moisture accumulation, which can lead to mold growth.
  • Documentation:

    • The process involves creating detailed maps that visually represent moisture levels in different areas of the property.
    • These maps provide a comprehensive overview of the extent and distribution of moisture.
  • Tools and Techniques:

    • Moisture Meters: Handheld devices used to measure the moisture content in building materials like wood, drywall, and concrete.
    • Infrared (IR) Cameras: These cameras detect temperature differences in surfaces, highlighting areas where moisture is present due to cooler temperatures.
    • Hygrometers: Instruments used to measure the humidity levels in the air, which can indicate potential moisture problems.
    • Borescopes: Flexible cameras that can be inserted into walls or ceilings to inspect hidden areas for moisture.
  • Importance in Mold Detection and Restoration:

    • Early Detection: By identifying moisture early, it is possible to prevent mold growth before it becomes a significant problem.
    • Targeted Remediation: Moisture mapping guides restoration professionals to focus their efforts on the areas that need the most attention.
    • Verification: After remediation efforts, moisture mapping can be used to verify that all moisture has been effectively removed and that the environment is dry.

Steps in Moisture Mapping

  1. Initial Assessment:

    • Conduct a thorough visual inspection of the property to identify obvious signs of water damage or mold growth.

  2. Measurement:

    • Use moisture meters and IR cameras to measure and document moisture levels throughout the property.

    • Take readings at various points, including walls, floors, ceilings, and other structural components.

  3. Mapping:

    • Create detailed maps or diagrams that highlight the areas with elevated moisture levels.

    • Document the severity and spread of moisture to develop a comprehensive remediation plan.

  4. Remediation Planning:

    • Use the moisture maps to develop a targeted mold remediation strategy.

    • Focus on drying out the affected areas and addressing the underlying causes of moisture intrusion.

  5. Post-Remediation Verification:

    • Perform follow-up moisture mapping to ensure that all affected areas are completely dry.

    • Verify that the remediation efforts have been successful and that the environment is safe.

Moisture mapping is an essential step in effective mold detection and restoration, ensuring that all sources of moisture are identified and addressed to prevent mold recurrence.

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