Mold-Removal

Mold Removal


Do you have a residential or commercial mold problem? Even if you merely suspect you might, calling in a mold remediation expert is a wise precaution. You could have a significant outbreak that’s completely hidden from view, with your only clue being a musty odor. But make no mistake, it would still be causing health problems and slowly damaging building materials. Our licensed specialists are available for mold inspection and testing 24 hours a day with prompt arrival throughout San Diego County to put your mind at ease.

Mold causes a health risk to yourself and your family. Mold spores can initiate asthma, sore throat, runny nose, allergic reactions, and coughing. It’s extremely dangerous to inhale or be in close skin contact with mold. At Pinnacle Emergency Services Our inspectors and technicians are highly trained and certified by industry leaders such as the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification), RIA (Restoration Industry Association), and CRA (Cleaning and Restoration Association) to safely remove the mold and mildew from your home and make sure that you are your family are going back into a safe environment.

Our San Diego County, CA Mold Remediation Services Process:


Inspection and Testing
Remediation begins with a thorough understanding of what needs to be done. Our experts take air and surface samples for testing to determine the nature and toxicity of the problem. A visual inspection also assesses the location and extent of the growth and may include borescope inspections inside walls and other building cavities.

Isolation
Our crews then isolate the affected areas with plastic sheeting to prevent the spread of spores, toxins, and other contaminants. Inside the work area, they’ll also set up HEPA filters along with negative-pressure exhaust fans, so air flows into the moldy areas then directly outside.

Mold Removal
While wearing protective equipment and clothing, our specialists will thoroughly remove mold and mold spores using the most suitable approved removal methods, such as chem-wipes and HEPA vacuuming. Affected porous materials such as sheetrock (also called gypsum board and drywall) must be removed and replaced.

Abatement and Decontamination
We’ll follow through by applying non-toxic mildicide and, in exceptional situations, permanently encapsulating porous building materials that we can’t remove. We’ll also take care of surface cleaning, air duct cleaning, and carpet cleaning. Our experts will also determine the source of moisture so it can be corrected. As necessary, our water damage restoration specialists can provide thorough building drying.

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