Raleigh, NC Mold Testing And Remediation
Our professional mold inspection includes a visit to your building to sample visible mold as well as check for areas with hidden mold. We can check moisture levels after water leaks, assess if your crawl space or attic has mold problems, and inspect any suspicious spots or staining you are concerned about. Our licensed and experienced mold inspectors will evaluate the situation and provide advice on the best course to take for health and safety.
Professionally identifying the types of mold growth in your air, behind walls, or after a water leak is important. Some molds are hazardous to health, while others are merely unpleasant. Either way, it is best if it is gone from your home or work! We provide advice and formulate an effective remediation plan for the mold species that were identified during testing.
Mold is a living organism that can grow and become an infestation, so it is important to utilize an effective mold remediation process. Our proven techniques completely stop growth in its tracks. Call our experienced technicians for complete removal and mold remediation.
Crawl spaces are common in North Carolina and are handy as they provide easy access to important utility lines. However, they can also become a place where mold thrives and gets out of hand. Our encapsulation will remove existing mold, lay down a sturdy barrier, dehumidify the area, and prevent mold growth in the future.
Why is crawlspace encapsulation recommended?
Crawl space encapsulation, or sealing, is a treatment to transform a damp, dirty, & moldy crawl space into a clean, dry space that is inhospitable to mold growth. Many homes built on a crawl space foundation suffer from moisture problems, especially those in North Carolina. Crawl space problems can cause issues upstairs too.
Common signs in the upstairs living area are musty odors, buckled hardwood floors, high humidity, condensation and rot around floor registers, cold floors, and high heating and cooling costs.
Inside the crawl space, you may notice mold or moisture damage, condensation or “sweating” on air conditioner ductwork or equipment, condensation on pipes, soggy insulation, hanging or fallen insulation, insect or pest infestations, rotted wooden framing, or water on the dirt or concrete floor. If you see any of these, call us for a quote!