Mold Cleanup in Connecticut
Control the environment quickly to help mitigate further damage.
Mold in our homes and offices has been a growing concern for some time now. We all want a healthy environment to live and work, but how do we know if the mold in our homes or office is a health risk? Store bought mold testers can tell us what types of mold are present, but fail to give the amount of mold in the air in a quantitative manner. This is a vital step in checking if there is a source of mold populating inside the structure.
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We are not mold testers, but can make a visual inspection to ascertain the need for black mold cleanup. Black mold, also known as stachybotrys*, is the main health concern we have. This type of mold is not naturally occurring in the environment, but is often seen inside structures that have ongoing moisture issues. This is a new issue due to homes being built with drywall as opposed to plaster, the use of latex paint instead of lead based paint, and added living spaces such as finished basements.
*For more information regarding stachybotrys, visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stachybotrys
Steamatic offers free inspections for mold removal following receipt of a hygienist report. A hygienist report will clearly identify the areas of concern and determine a scope of work needed. This is an essential step to protect your health and financial interests. The Steamatic estimator will map out and photograph all potential mold issues, and then create a clear, comprehensive action plan to safely remove all mold issues.