If you found mold in your Ottawa household, don’t panic! Remember: mold is a part of our natural environment; it is present in the air as spores, and it chose your house to settle down only because favorable conditions appeared.
Mold starts growing in areas with high humidity, so most likely the place where you found a mold colony was recently exposed to water damage: seepage from the roof, a crack in the foundation, plumbing or appliance malfunction. If you know the source of incoming water – this is the first step to fixing your mold problem! If you don’t – the specialists of Mold Removal Ottawa will find it!
When porous organic surfaces, like wood or drywall, get affected by mold, in most cases they have to be removed. Cleaning them with bleach or other solutions available at the stores will only destroy mold on the surface, but won’t eliminate the problem hiding inside the material. Moreover, bleach will add even more moisture that will promote further mold growth!
Trying to remove mold yourself will not work! Only an experienced mold inspector can see the problem as a whole and identify if the surface can be cleaned or has to be discarded. Contact Mold Removal Ottawa for a free mold inspection and a professional consultation!
The basic advice on how to behave if you found mold in your house is not to touch it! Some types of mold can release dangerous toxins that could impact your health. Try to spend as little time as you can in the area affected by mold, keep the children away from it, and contact Mold Removal Ottawa immediately!
For a professional company the process of mold removal in Ottawa is something they do on a daily basis. However, it requires a lot of professional knowledge and technical details. Specialists of Mold Removal Ottawa know exactly what to do in order to keep your household clean and safe during the mold removal process. The experienced team of technicians uses powerful air-purifying equipment and special barricades to contain and clean the affected area. The mold removal process itself involves several techniques that allow to eliminate the colony and prevent distribution of mold spores throughout the house.
Certain parts of a house are especially exposed to mold growth. Attics, basements, cold rooms, crawl spaces, bathrooms and kitchens usually have at least one of the conditions that promote mold growth: high humidity, organic surfaces (such building materials, as wood, bricks, drywall, fiberglass insulation, etc.), lack of air ventilation, and relatively warm temperatures.
It is possible to prevent subsequent mold growth in these areas, if you follow recommendations of Mold Removal Ottawa given upon the completion of the mold remediation process. If you want to know more about mold removal process in Ottawa