Mold Remediation Companies: What They Do

Things to look for in local mold testing and removal companies

  • Review of scientific data and protocol
  • Professional on site evaluation and preparation of appropriate course of action
  • Erection of proper containment barriers and negative air
  • Decontamination, cleaning, and storage of salvageable contents
  • Removal, containment, and disposal of contaminated structural components
  • Decontamination and cleaning of remaining structural components
  • HEPA filtration system to clean mold spores from the air

Content Decontamination

  • Disposal. Safe disposal methods used to contain and dispose of unsalvageable contents
  • HEPA filtration vacuum. Removes loose contaminants
  • Air washing. Removes loose contaminants from hard to reach places
  • Ultrasonic. Using sound waves that implode cleansing bubbles into the pores of small to medium sized objects to dislodge contaminants
  • Hot water extraction. Removes contaminants from cloth materials such as upholstered furniture
  • Disinfectant. Kills any remaining contaminants

Structural Decontamination

  • Removal and Disposal. Unsalvageable structural components removed from the site and properly disposed
  • Abrasive removal. Sandblasting and wire brushing commonly used to remove mold
  • HEPA filtration vacuum. Removes loose contaminants from all remaining structural components
  • Disinfectant. Destroys remaining contaminants
  • Air scrubbing. HEPA filtered air cleansing system filters mold spores from the air

Rapid Restoration Cleaning and Storage Facilities

  • Rapid Restoration has 16,000 square feet of storage space available.
  • Contents are stored as part of customer service.
  • All storage items are clearly marked.
  • Contents are boxed or wrapped and placed on carts off the ground.
  • Large furniture is covered with plastic.
  • Facilities are secure so all stored items are protected.