Why DIY Mold Remediation Might Be Inadequate in Norwich Homes
Proven, Efficient Professional Mold Remediation
Norwich residences can experience mold in many forms across several rooms of the structure. Addressing these concerns involves more than scrubbing affected surfaces with chlorine-based cleaners in most cases.
Fully Removing Mold Damage
Starting mold remediation in Norwich homes can be challenging when you are limited to surface cleaning strategies. DIY cleaning does not sufficiently address the extent of mold likely to exist when you see spotting in areas like the bathroom and kitchen. Possible locations for mold growth that might be challenging to track include:
- Structural cavities
- Attics and crawl spaces
- Ceiling systems
Professional remediation services can fully assess the presence of mold and where removal should occur. We have sensors that can track moisture and damp pockets in the structural cavities of your house to find where mold is likely growing out of sight. With an understanding of the perimeter of mold damage, we can fully address growth in crucial areas that DIY remediators overlook.
Eliminating the Moisture Threats
There is little sense in resolving the surface mold threats you can see without addressing the conditions supplying the danger. We have a general contractor license to complete needed repairs and sealing services to keep moisture from the impacted area and mold from returning.
Addressing the Lingering Musty Smells
Professional remediation services also have an answer for the musty smells that accompany the development of mold colonies in your home. The more widespread these organisms become, the more intense and widespread these malodors become. We utilize several deodorization practices, such as fogging and HEPA air filtration, to resolve these concerns.
Mold can be an underappreciated and destructive force on your property. While cleaning up mold on your own might seem simple, only professional services ensure the problem is resolved entirely. Call SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County at (860) 887-0447.