Mold spores thrive on moisture. Mold spores can quickly grow into colonies when exposed to water. These colonies may produce allergens and irritants and have the potential to cause other health effects. Before mold remediation can begin, any sources of water or moisture must be addressed.
When to call Woodland Water Restoration for mold remediation in The Woodlands and surrounding areas
- Is mold growth visible?
- Are there active water leaks in your home?
- Are your wood floors starting to buckle?
- Has a pipe leak gone unattended?
- Do you see staining, swelling, or crumbling of plaster or sheetrock?
- Do you notice discoloration around air conditioning vents?
- Do you smell a musty or stale odor in your home?
To get rid of mold that you suspect is serious, your best bet is an independent consultant with credentials like Woodlands Water Restoration, we are a Licensed Mold Remediation Company, Call Us Today at (281) 795-5736! MOLD Remediation Contractor License # MRC 1452MOLD Remediation Company License # RCO 1279
Mold is never a good thing. Spores reproducing on counters, walls, and wood trim can take flight and aggravate allergies and respiratory ailments, as well as ruin drywall, carpet, and woodwork.
Spores thrive on moisture, so expect it to grow in areas that get and stay wet:
Bathrooms with poor ventilation, especially shower ceilings and tile grout lines.
Around kitchen and mudroom sinks.
Along with thresholds of exterior doors.
Basements near hot water heaters and sump pumps.
If you find spores growing on drywall, studs, and subflooring — especially if the area exceeds 10 sq. ft. to 25 sq. ft. — then you’ve got a bona fide mold problem.
- Large Isolated Areas
- HVAC Systems
- Mid-Size Isolated Areas
- Damaged Materials
- Small Isolated Areas
- Extensive Contamination
- Contaminated Water
- Cleaning and Reconstruction
- Building Demolition