Should you have mold or mildew professionally removed from your Southern California Property?
Harbor Environmental Group can help you answer that question. Mold remediation in Orange County is how the construction industry goes about removing potentially toxic mold and mildew.
Harbor Environmental Group is knowledgeable in the removal of mold and mildew, and they have the tools to make sure the job is done correctly. They offer:
- Removal of the Entire Colony of Mold or Mildew
- Removal and Repair of the Damaged Site
- Treat Surfaces to help Prevent the Return of Mold and Mildew
- Use the Latest Safety Equipment and Techniques to Protect Workers
- Provide comprehensive coordination for the Entire Project, including Inspectors, Insurance, and Claim Processors
- Help with the Claims Process
Mold and mildew are naturally occurring organisms that can inhabit almost all places on Earth. All they need is a little bit of moisture, and a food source. Mold and mildew are decomposers, so when you see them in your home they are literally eating away your home or building. Both Mold and mildew reproduce by releasing millions of spores into the air. In small quantities, those spores are harmless, but in larger quantities mold spores can be toxic.
Because of their nature, mold likes to grow in moist humid conditions. Bathrooms are often a perfect environment for mold to grow. Other places where mold loves to grow is under buildings, in basements, crawl spaces, kitchens, and even in your air conditioning ducts. Taking care of mold is not just as simple as wiping down counters and surfaces in bathrooms and kitchens. It usually requires that some surfaces be replaced. Mold grows into its food source, so whatever it is consuming must be removed and replaced. Harbor Environmental Group is not only qualified for mold abatement, but also for asbestos abatement, and the removal of hazardous material.
Some common causes for mold found on the inside of buildings are roofs that leak, plumbing that leaks, floods, and even windows that leak around their edges. Sometimes the moisture build up happens slowly and goes unnoticed. At other times water can accumulate quickly and take a long time to for the surface and wood to dry. If you have a mold problem and would like information on how to handle it, please contact us.