As of January 2016, only licensed contractors can perform mold mitigation work in New York state. We understand there is a lot of confusion when it comes to mold. We appreciate the opportunity to provide answers to your questions and provide solid solutions to your situations, not just band-aids. We are trained and certified in proper remediation techniques and protocols. We know how to effectively remove the contamination and we do not rely on chemicals to “kill” the mold. Proper mitigation always includes fixing the moisture source, because mold will not grow in a dry environment.
Mold is present everywhere and grows in warm locations. Mold can be very dangerous for your health and your home’s structure. If you want to put your mold problems behind you, you must work with certified technicians for your mold remediation. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) or the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) have trained and certified our mold professionals, and we are a New York state licensed mitigation contractor.
Requiring such accreditation demonstrates our commitment to provide the best-trained and qualified technicians, to ensure the the work is handled properly from step one through completion. Paul Davis will communicate daily throughout the remediation process with all stakeholders involved.
Our mold removal services include:
- Comprehensive examination as to the full extent of the mold infiltration from skilled professionals
- Identify and eliminate the source of the moisture that allowed the mold to establish
- Ensure that the effected materials are dry
- Establish a contained work environment utilizing “negative air” to contain the mold spores and prevent further dispersal
- Various cleaning methods can be utilized depending on the situation
- Disinfectant application to prevent future mold growth
- Coordinate with the Indoor Environmental Professional (IEP) to collect post remediation samples and verify that the remediation is complete and proper
Things you should know:
- Mold is a regulated work practice in NY state and must be performed by a trained and licensed contractor
- Since mold spreads easily, it is important to not touch the area where you see mold or believe it is present.
- Bleach can’t kill mold, so it shouldn’t be used for removing mold.