Mold Restoration Services

What is mold? According to the CDC, “Mold is a fungal growth that forms and spreads on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter. There are many different mold species that come in many different colors…”

Mold can grow both indoors and outdoors. Indoor microscopic mold spores require moisture to grow. There are thousands of different species of mold. Some are good (like what is used to create penicillin) but others are dangerous, causing property damage, and worse- severe health issues.

We Can Help in the Aftermath of Mold

Poor ventilation and humidity are the most common causes of mold growth within homes or businesses. 

If you suspect mold, either by its unique “musty, damp, or stale” scent or physical signs (visible mold, discolored walls or ceilings), it’s important to contact a professional for mold remediation.

What to Do When Mold is Found

Our First Priority mold remediation professionals bring in specialized air scrubbers that both, contain and remove spores from the air. We also inspect surfaces to identify areas that may be affected, and treat them with industrial-strength antimicrobial and antifungal products. If we discover anything that cannot be treated, we remove it to prevent recontamination.

It’s important to note that mold can form within 48 hours of a water damage event. If you’ve sustained water damage, we encourage you to have your home or business inspected for mold.

Contact us today for your free, on-site estimate or call toll-free at 800-282-1616. Our experts are available 24/7 with the experience you need and the care you deserve.

What Not to Do Following Water Damage at Your Home

Water damage and flooding are unexpected yet common disasters that affect homes and businesses throughout North America. 

What Not to Do Following Water Damage at Your Home or Office

Wiping or washing surfaces

Leave this to the restoration professionals. Though you may want to clean walls, floors, and counters, touching these areas without the proper gear can be harmful.

Eating foods exposed to fire and smoke

Any consumables, including canned goods and beverages, remaining after fire damage should be discarded.

Using appliances

Televisions, refrigerators, air conditioners, and more should be professionally inspected after being exposed to fire, heat, or water.

Cleaning your clothes

First Priority can assist with specialized cleaning efforts for your clothes. Conventional methods may cause stains and odors to set.

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