Mold Damage And Restoration In Palmer Lake
Mold is an almost hidden threat compared to water and fire. It can quickly spread throughout a structure before it is ever seen. Palmer Lake is as vulnerable to mold damage as any other city and town in Colorado. Between our city's namesake and North Monument Creek, maybe even a little more vulnerable due to the multiple threat sources of excess moisture. SERVPRO has the needed experience, training, and equipment to remove this menace and put you back into your home once more.
The first sign you may have a problem is the smell. The musty odor that indicates an excess of mold is a good point for our inspectors to come in with testing equipment. They will determine how far it has spread and where the source of the contamination is located. The first step in cleaning and removing is to deploy an anti-fungal cleaning solution. These are particularly effective on mold spores. Once it is killed, our technicians will set up a series of dehumidifiers and fans to reduce the moisture level of the affected area. Once the level is returned to normal, the chance of new mold growth is reduced to a negligible point. Any mold on the surfaces will be cleaned and removed.
If the contamination has grown behind a wall, then an anti-fungal fogger may be needed to make sure every inch of the contaminated surface is cleaned. If damage has already begun in building material such as drywall, that will have to be removed. It is very fragile once compromised and cannot be cleaned without further damage. Once completed, specialized vacuums with HEPA filters will be used to ensure every mold spore that can be reached is removed from your home.
Removing mold contamination is not a simple process, but it can be accomplished quickly if handled by a professional restoration service. As a locally owned franchise, SERVPRO of Northern Colorado Springs / Tri-Lakes is ready to help our neighbors deal with the problem and return to their homes as soon as we can make it safe again. Call us today at (719) 434-4626 to get started.