Traditional Mold Remediation &
Mold Remediation with Heat
EPA studies shows Stachybotrys (black mold) dies at 140F.
Can Heat kill mold?
Mold (fungi) spores are present virtually everywhere – indoors and outdoors. The exposure to mold and the bacteria that can live with it has been linked to numerous health problems such as cough, congestion, eye or sinus irritation, rashes, headaches, and the aggravation of asthma, depending upon the amount of exposure and a person’s individual vulnerability.
Precision Environmental is one of the most experienced and respected mold remediation companies. We have been serving California and beyond for over 35yrs. We continue to be pioneers in mold remediation techniques which includes traditional methods (gross removal of affected building materials, physical cleaning...) as well as a heat treatment method that can limit the amount of building materials that are removed and in sometime completely eliminate any demolition. This saves our clients time and money!! A Precision representative can help determine your options when it comes to mold remediation. Call for a free consultation and quote.
Kills Mold even in inaccessible cracks and voids.
Kills Bacteria that may be affecting your health.
Kills the Insects that can spread mold in buildings.
Helps dry out the affected area.
Reduces annoying and irritating odors.
It’s not just the Mold
Should you suspect that you have a mold problem, there are 4 things that may need to be removed to restore healthy indoor air quality:
- Moisture or Water Intrusion. Most mold growth results from abnormally high levels of indoor moisture.
- Mold Growth. The physical removal of any accessible colonies, and the killing of inaccessible mold and spores are necessary for complete remediation.
- Bacterial Contamination. Bacteria are often found living on wet building materials along with mold and must be eliminated.
- Insect Infestations. Certain mold spores can cling to insects as they walk through mold growth. Insects thrive in damp areas and will spread the mold spores within a building.
What To Do First
Your first call is very important. Ask for our free guide “Mold Clean-up Checklist” to help you make the right choices.
Have mold testing done by an Indoor Environmental Professional (IEP) - A professional consultant may save you thousands in unneeded work. Your report should indicate the source of the water intrusion, determine the extent and type of contamination, and describe the remediation work required.
Stop the Moisture Intrusion - Follow the recommendations of your consultant to remove the source of moisture. This must be done or the mold may return.
Mold Remediation - Contact Precision to perform the remediation protocol set forth by your consultant