Cleaning mold that is visible to the naked eye is not enough

If you see mold, your first instinct will likely be to clean it.  But cleaning mold that is visible to the naked eye is not enough.  Mold can grow in the fiberglass insulation in your walls, on top of ceiling tiles, inside air ducts, behind drywall panels, under your flooring and behind wallpaper. Even when mold is visible to the naked eye it is often impossible to tell the difference between mold, soot, and dirt without testing.  That is why the team at Water Damage Zone and Restoration performs a free evaluation for all of our clients so that we can help you determine what we are up against.  Visible mold that you can see is just the beginning, and our team will determine the type and the extent of the mold problem in your home or business.

Cleaning mold is something that you should employ a professional firm to do.  The Water Damage Zone and Restoration team has decades of experience in mold removal and remediation and we use state of the art methods to eradicate and remove all molds in your home or business.  The average homeowner thinks that bleach can kill the mold but it is not enough.  Bleach and detergent may be useful for removing mold on nonporous surfaces like sinks, countertops and porcelain.  However, materials like drywall, ceiling tiles, carpet, and wood will have deep mold penetration and will need to be professionally assessed and cleaned – and it may even need to be replaced in extreme circumstances.  If you remove just the surface mold, the mold will return if all of the sources of moisture, mold infested surfaces and humidity are not completely eliminated.

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