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Mold Remediation

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Mold and mildew contamination results from persistent dampness and moisture caused by water damage. Depending on the atmospheric environment, infestations may take place over a long timeframe, or just a matter of days. Mold is typically found indoors and affects all types of materials like flooring, walls, ceilings and even furniture. Bathrooms and kitchens are usually the most common, but even bedrooms and living rooms can become infected. All are breeding grounds for airborne spores, which can cause:

• Respiratory bleeding in infants and elderly
• Skin and hypersensitive pneumonitis
• Mild to severe hay fever
• Allergic and chronic rhinitis

Mold Behind/Under Cabinet
Mold Behind/Under Cabinet

Mold Behind Wall
Mold Behind Wall

In California there are no current regulations pertaining to the remediation and/or removal of environmental mold contamination. Nevertheless, industry standard remediation methods are encouraged, and vary depending on type and extent of the fungal species, exposure levels and amount of damage. After a thorough microbial contamination test or microscopy is achieved with conformation of increased spore levels should the remediation event occur. One of the simplest methods for detecting a microbial infestation is via smell and visual inspection.

Common Fungi




Uncommon Fungi




Minimize the Damage

*HELPFUL steps you can do to minimize the damage while Tradegroup is on the way:

  • Stop the water leak!
        (turn off the main water line     valve if possible)

  • Prevent intrusion into     unaffected areas (towels     and/or other absorbent     material work well)

  • Turn off water supply at     immediate supply valves     (angle stop valves under    
        sinks and toilets)

  • Stay clear of sewer related     water (water that comes    
        from toilet/sewer backflows)

  • Turn off electrical devices     around the flooded area

  • Move or elevate furniture to     reduce unnecessary staining

  • Adjust the temperature     down to prevent mold     growth


    Certified by IICRC
    Water Damage Restoration Technician
    Applied Microbial Remediation Technician

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