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Why MRC Restoration for your mold problems!

The Mold Pro's at MRC are Here to Help!

In cases where they are coming from home, the mode is critical. Mold comes in different types.

One species of fungus that grows on cellulose surfaces such as wood, hay, and paper is black mold.

Detecting the cause of this complex and creating a plan to control and eradicate it require a thorough inspection. For mold and its source to be removed, MRC Restoration should be contacted.

Black Mold Damage Repair

There are many reasons that mold grows in enclosed spaces, including water leaks, flooding, and excessive humidifier use. Identification of the affected areas and identification of the moisture source is the first step in assessing a mold problem.

Mold Damage Remediation

Depending on the severity of the mold problem, remediation may involve several steps. Mold can often be scrubbed away with soap and water depending on the extent of the surface Mold spores that are already in the air may also be dealt with by an air scrubber.

Any colonies of mold or airborne spores that are not destroyed may continue to grow and spread.

Typically, removing mold from its source involves dealing with the moisture that allowed it to grow.

By monitoring the moisture levels in their homes, homeowners can prevent or limit mold growth.

Showers, kitchens, or any room where humidity is present should always be vented when large amounts of steam accumulate. When flooding occurs, dry the affected area immediately with the help of MRC Restoration.

Our AMRT technicians are IICRC-certified.

Antimicrobial agents can be sprayed to prevent mold colonization in the future.

Whenever you suspect mold in your home, please don’t hesitate to contact us; it can escalate very quickly. We are here to help you at MRC Restoration!

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