When homeS in Los Angeles sustain water damage, remediation services should soon follow in order to reduce the risk of mold growth. Aeroscopic Environmental is a mold removal company that serves the greater L.A. area by helping homeowners restore integrity to their residences after the unfortunate instance of a mold infestation. We inspect and test Los Angeles properties to identify the extent of exposure, and then treat it using detailed mold remediation methods.
Testing for Mold Removal at L.A. Residences
While it might seem like needing residential mold removal would be an obvious issue, which is not always the case. Mold can grow in any moist area at an L.A. establishment, and oftentimes that includes spots that are not immediately visible, like behind furniture, under flooring, or within the walls. A detailed inspection is needed in order to find invisible exposures so we can know all the details before making a residential mold remediation plan. Testing may find that mold remediation work is required long before a Los Angeles property owner realizes, and catching it quick means that big bucks can be saved on a mold removal project.
Our process for residential mold removal involves many steps in order to ensure that Los Angeles properties are 100% free of fungi. The first thing we do for an L.A. mold remediation job is quarantine the area to make sure the contamination is isolated and will not spread to any other of parts of the space. We vacuum and dry the area to stop the source of mold, which is moisture, then set up a system of fans and air scrubbers to sanitize the air. Our mold removal staff then scrubs every affected surface at the L.A. space with heavy-duty detergents to remove any visible signs of the growth.
When it’s determined that a mold problem is beyond cleaning up, our residential mold remediation team will use abatement methods to get the Los Angeles property restored. This entails examining each surface at a space to determine what can be fixed with structural repairs as opposed to what needs to be removed and or replaced. Oftentimes things like walls and cabinetry can be remediated with the help of a contractor, while things like carpeting and furniture need to be taken out and discarded. Our mold remediation experts can also reconstruct any parts of a property that had to be demolished during residential mold removal.