Our IBC & IICRC certified staff use various types of technology thoroughly inspecting your property for all signs of mold.
All air movement systems are turned off to prevent the dispersal of spores followed by isolating the area of the building containing the mold.
Air scrubbers and HEPA vacuums are then used to begin filtering the air. Filtrating the air will prevent the mold spores from spreading while the rest of the mold remediation steps take place.
This step can vary greatly depending on the cause and extent of mold growth. In all cases, the mold is physically removed and treated with antimicrobials and antifungals to prevent the mold from returning. In some instances, it is required to remove mold-infested materials like wood, drywall, or carpet.
Often possessions are affected by the growth of mold, but not infested. Using several advanced cleaning techniques mold can often be removed from affected items like furniture, curtains, and room decor.
Once the mold, and any unsalvagable building materials, are removed from Your Belton property, the area is ready for repair.