Are you looking for a mold removal company to help you with mold remediation in an efficient and quick way? Well, at Complete DKI, offer professional mold restoration services. We take pride in doing the job right, helping clients with mold removal and cleanup. As a state-certified company, we have a professional team of mold remediators, trained and licensed by the state to rid your home of mold.
With a highly-skilled team of mold removal experts, we have received certification in mold remediation by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification. We start with determining the extent of mold infiltration and then begin the remediation process. We are efficient in treating all types of mold problems caused by water damage, poor ventilation, high moisture, leaking pipes and ceilings.
Mold begins to form when humidity, temperature conditions are ideal for their growth within a property. It usually forms in hidden or exposed places on your property, that is, behind a furniture set or cabinet, or within a wall, or in an attic.
At Complete DKI, we are familiar with the vulnerable areas where mold can form and target on them to clean your space. We focus on hygiene and safety and change air filters on our hepa machines so that there is no cross-contamination. If the cleaning equipment has dirt or debris, it can be a breeding ground of mold spores, which can then be transferred to a property from the equipment.
With a team of IICRC Certified technicians based in Pensacola, Mobile, and Tallahassee, we feel confident of delivering no less than best service for our clients to get the job done. We are skilled in:
Anytime the moisture levels in your home are at 60% or higher, mold can grow. What's frustrating for many property owners is that they don't see a puddle on the floor or water dripping from the ceiling. When mold grows, the source of the moisture is usually hidden under floorboards or behind walls.
It could be. Because mold spores are microscopic and airborne, you'll end up breathing them into your lungs. Depending on the type of mold and how well your immune system functions, you may develop some serious health symptoms that could end up being the result of mold. That's why a mold remediation company takes mold removal so seriously. The space affected by mold is isolated and contained during cleaning so the spores won't spread to other areas of the house, and the remediation team stays suited up in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the process.
For the majority of surfaces in your home, bleach won't actually get rid of your mold problem. It's the "iceberg effect." Visible mold is usually a small percentage of the actual amount of mold growth. Bleach can't kill mold on porous surfaces like wood, and while tile or fiberglass surfaces can be cleaned with bleach, often the mold has spread far deeper. The reason why mold remediation companies don't recommend DIY cleanup isn't because they want to make more money; they know, in their experience, that a mold problem is usually far more invasive than can be seen with the naked eye. Simply cleaning the surfaces can provide false assurances that you got rid of the mold, only to have it come back time and time again.
Sometimes mold remediation is included if the cause of the mold was a "covered peril" like a burst hot water heater or water damage caused by firefighters extinguishing a fire in your house. Gradual water damage - like from a leaking pipe or hose - will often cause mold growth, but your insurance coverage will usually not cover that by claiming that it was caused by poor maintenance or neglect. If your insurance company denies your claim, you should request an inspection from a mold remediation company who can help you document the source of the mold.
If the inspection/assessment process was able to pinpoint the source and cause of the mold growth, once that source is repaired, you can be relatively confident about the success of remediation. Ask if your restoration technician has the IICRC certification for "Applied Microbial Remediation." You can also request a "post remediation mold clearance" from a third-party mold inspector to re-test the area for any remaining traces of mold before the area is treated with a sealer or encapsulant to resist future mold growth.