One Step In the Water Damage Restoration Process
Mold Removal is the physical removal of visible mold and water-damaged materials. Through demolition, soda blasting, dry ice blasting, or good old fashion scrubbing. It i just one of several steps in the restoration process. It can be minimal work, or a lot of work like the picture above shows of a home that experienced flooding.
The mold removal step can add considerable additional labor and cost in reconstruction materials. It can also increase mold counts in the air. The good news is with Mold Busters, it is only necessary when there is significant, visible water damage.
Mold Buster's dry fog process changes the traditional equation for determining when extensive mold removal is required. Simply put: we reduce the extent to which it is necessary by focusing on mold remediation, using a process that is far superior than anything else available. Depending on your situation, this could dramatically reduce the total cost of your project.
Reduce Mold Removal
We get involved once the source of water is fixed. When we arrive we start with the first of the two complete dry foggings
We reach surfaces, including behind sheetrock and into the fibers of carpet and other materials, to "disarm" the mold everywhere. Reaching many"impossible to get to" places, that have traditionally only been reachable through demolition.
Now that the mold has been killed and denatured, the premise is safe and clear. You are now in a position to clean and preserve.
The Future of Mold Removal
The benefits of dry fog mold remediation are so impressive, that it will eventually become standard.
Our patented process is a faster, better, lower-cost method; and comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
20,000 satisfied customers nationwide to date. We promise you will be too.
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