Our mold assessment for your Winston-Salem property involves finding out how small or large your mold problem is and how to remedy the situation.
Sometimes you are sure you have mold in your Winston-Salem, North Carolina property. Other times, you just suspect you do because of respiratory discomfort or odors, but you don’t see where the mold is hiding. If you want a mold assessment of your home or business property, give us a call at Double D Construction Services, Inc. We’re the best at finding where mold could be lurking and letting you know what is involved in removing it.
The process of mold removal can vary widely, depending on the location, the species of mold, and the size of the mold colony. If it is caught early, it can usually be removed fairly easily unless it is a toxic species, which involves more complex procedures for safety reasons. If it has had time to grow untreated, it has likely affected the surrounding materials. When this happens, demolition is involved. This can also be the case with certain species even if they only appear to be on the surface. Our thorough mold assessment keeps all the contributing factors in mind, and then our professional team advises you on the best course of action for the safety of your dwelling and its occupants.
If the mold has not spread throughout the building, we can take measures to remove it without spreading it to unaffected areas. We seal that area thoroughly before starting so that none of the mold spores are allowed to float off and start up a colony elsewhere or bother anyone in the building. When we do a mold assessment, we will also tell you what to expect in terms of vacating the area or property. In short, we make sure you are completely in the know about what is going on, so you know what to expect throughout the process. Feel free to call us today with any questions you may have or to schedule a mold assessment for your home or business.
At Double D Construction Services, Inc., we offer mold assessment services in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Charlotte, Hickory, Boone, Clemmons, Mocksville, High Point, and Salisbury, North Carolina.