Our Mold Removal Process

Our Mold Removal Process

Every mold problem is different and always calls for a different remediation strategy. Sometimes mold can be hidden behind walls or is visible to the eye. No matter what type of mold issue we’re dealing with, Bay State Mold Removal goes through the same five step remediation process every time to ensure that your mold problem is properly taken care of.

  1. Complimentary Inspection & Assessment

    What makes our mold remediation company so unique is that we offer both air quality and surface testing.

    1. Air Quality Testing

      Our certified specialists use the latest and most reliable mold detection devices available to get accurate results. It’s important to test the air as this is the most common way mold spores travel from room to room.

    2. Surface Testing

      Our handheld surface mold testing devices can test any surface in your home. The device is capable of taking bulk samples from carpets and walls made of materials such as wood, drywall and cement.

  2. Mold Containment

    It’s not enough to simply close the doors in the affected room to keep mold from spreading. At Bay State Mold Removal, we make sure that all air ducts on the floor, ceiling or walls are completely sealed off. Our advanced remediation process includes using high powered HEPA vacuums to create negative air spaces that work to prevent the spread of mold.
    HEPA vacuum for mold removal

  3. Air Filtration.

    This is a key step to the mold removal process. All fans, heating and cooling systems will be shut off to ensure that no mold spores travel throughout the building. Using the HEPA vacuums, the air is eliminated of all mold spores.

  4. Mold Removal.

    This is where the hard labor comes into place. Depending on the extent of the mold damage, our professionals will need to remove any belongings that have been affected by mold. Depending on what type of surface material the mold is found on, we use antimicrobial and antifungal treatments to restore your property and prevent mold growth in the future. Unfortunately not all materials can be salvageable, so it’s best to discuss with our experts on what needs to happen with porous materials such as carpets and drywall.
    Removing attic mold

  5. Property Restoration.

    Extensive mold damage can warrant structural changes to a property. Our professional mold removal company will try our best to salvage as much of a building as we can. Unfortunately many times drywall, wood and carpeting will need to be replaced. We deliver full reconstruction and repairs to all of our customers, no matter how big or small the repairs needed are.

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