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Worried About Mold
Are you worried about the presence and effects of mold in your home, office or property? Do you want to know that you can trust the company that services you, that it will be honest about whether or not your situation requires professional resolution?

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NASH EVERETT specializes in environmental cleaning, water damage restoration, and mold remediation (removal). Our company comes highly recommended because we are renowned for providing reliable, honest help in all aspects of managing and eradicating mold in the safest possible way.

We provide a better understanding of mold itself, its cause, and how it can be removed and prevented in the future. We assist homeowners, property managers, and building industry personnel in how to smoothly plan their way through the many potential problems that can arise with mold–without the stress and hype, and without being taken advantage of.

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Molds can trigger asthma episodes in sensitive individuals with asthma. It can also cause other health issues.

If mold is a problem in your home, office or school, you must clean up the mold and eliminate sources of moisture.

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Mold Removal Procedure
Removal includes both the identification and correction of the conditions that permit mold growth, as well as the steps to safely and effectively remove mold damaged materials. The removal plan includes steps to permanently correct the water or moisture problem and carefully contains and removes moldy building materials in a manner that will prevent further contamination. The highest priority must be to protect the health and safety of the building occupants and remediators.

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The purpose of mold remediation is to correct the moisture problem and to remove moldy and contaminated materials to prevent human exposure and further damage to building materials and furnishings. As a general rule, simply killing the mold, for example, with biocide is not enough. The mold must be removed, since the chemicals and proteins, which can cause a reaction in humans, are present even in dead mold. Porous materials that are wet and have mold growing on them may have to be discarded because molds can infiltrate porous substances and grow on or fill in empty spaces or crevices.

Building materials and furnishings contaminated with mold growth that are not salvageable are placed in sealed impermeable bags or closed containers while in the remediation area, then later discarded as ordinary construction waste.

Mold Remediation Procedure
Remediation (remedying) includes both the identification and correction of the conditions that permit mold growth, as well as the steps to safely and effectively remove mold damaged materials. The remediation plan includes steps to permanently correct the water or moisture problem and carefully contains and removes moldy building materials in a manner that will prevent further contamination. The highest priority must be to protect the health and safety of the building occupants and remediators.

The purpose of mold remediation is to correct the moisture problem and to remove moldy and contaminated materials to prevent human exposure and further damage to building materials and furnishings. As a general rule, simply killing the mold, for example, with biocide is not enough. The mold must be removed, since the chemicals and proteins, which can cause a reaction in humans, are present even in dead mold. Porous materials that are wet and have mold growing on them may have to be discarded because molds can infiltrate porous substances and grow on or fill in empty spaces or crevices.

Building materials and furnishings contaminated with mold growth that are not salvageable are placed in sealed impermeable bags or closed containers while in the remediation area, then later discarded as ordinary construction waste.

Close up of mold under the kitchen sink.

Caution is used to prevent mold and mold spores from being dispersed throughout the air where they can be inhaled by building occupants. Special containment in this kitchen is set up before mold remediation is started.

Taping the containment doorway in main room.
All Cabinets are sealed off so when the mold is removed, it is not contaminating the rest of the kitchen.

Microwave and stove/oven are covered and sealed to keep mold spores out while the remediation is being done. Containment of the affected area.

HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate [particle] Air) filter is installed to make an air flow for the containment to work effectively.

Mold Removal Professional and remediators are equipped with full face piece respirators, disposable protective clothing covering entire body including both head, shoes and gloves. HEPA vacuums are also used for final cleanup after materials have been thoroughly dried and contaminated materials removed.

All water damaged and/or mold impacted cabinets and other materials were removed, the area was abrasive blasted and cleaned thoroughly under negative air pressure.

Original building material restored after all mold and mildew was removed. The remediated area is tested by an independent air quality mold testing company.