What Are Some Major Considerations During Mold Remediation in San Antonio Homes?
SERVPRO Strives to Limit Mold from Spreading or Endangering People During Remediation
Mold can develop all over your San Antonio home or in limited sections such as the bathroom or kitchen. Whatever the case, finding an appropriate remediation approach is essential for convenience and better outcomes. Involving an experienced restorer may give you the best results.
Mold remediation in San Antonio properties requires sufficient control. Otherwise, many unexpected problems can arise. For example, although initially limited, contamination can spread throughout the house if handled wrongly. SERVPRO can help you accomplish the desired goals since we make serious deliberation before taking any step.
Some of the essential precautions our technicians take include:
- Using remediation methods that do not worsen the problem
- Choosing approaches that do not endanger people
- Establishing the root of the problem before concluding restoration
Every case of mold development is usually tied to moisture accumulation in the property. Using the most sophisticated cleaning methods or replacing all affected materials can only provide temporary relief if the moisture issue is not addressed. Our SERVPRO technicians ensure this by checking for pipe or roof leaks. We also use thermal cameras to locate hidden moisture in cavities and thermo-hygrometers to confirm humidity levels in different house sections.
When doing remediation, the safety of everyone involved is crucial. Otherwise, the problem might evolve from house damage to personal harm. The contamination might also spread from the initial locations. Our SERVPRO technicians set up containment barriers using 6-mil plastic sheets to prevent debris from spreading into the air while we demolish affected areas. We also establish negative air pressure in the contained areas.
SERVPRO of Braun Station takes mold remediation with the seriousness it deserves, thus resolving any level of contamination, “Like it never even happened.” Call us at (210) 267-2159.