While every mold job is unique, they typically adhere to the following five steps:
When the remediation process is complete, we will get a third-party licensed mold assessor to conduct mold remediation post-tests. Using a post-test verifies that the area is back to its pre-mold conditions.
Customers are typically worried about black mold whenever we get a call about our mold remediation services. Let us give you peace of mind: the professionals at Aqua Docs can handle any size disaster, including black mold.
We want to educate our customers on black mold to educate them about controlling and preventing toxic mold from becoming an issue on their property. To move forward from the incident, you need to know how to identify black mold in your Florida property if you ever come across it.
In Florida, you can find black mold in warm, humid, and damp areas—most commonly, crawl spaces. Although crawl spaces are familiar places to find mold, any area of a property with excess moisture will be prone to mold growth.
Black mold can be identified by its black color. Other types of mold will appear to be gray or green or a variant of these two colors. The main issue with black mold in a property is that it can cause health problems and allergic reactions. Exposure to black mold will result in many symptoms depending on how prevalent the mold is and the length of exposure.
More severe symptoms are possible after prolonged exposure to black mold.
Aqua Docs is here to help prevent a property owner from any significant health issues that black mold may cause. We believe that it is essential to know how to prevent and control black mold.
A common cause of mold growth is previous water damage on the property—excessive dampness is the most significant factor in mold growth. Water damages happen all the time, from an appliance leak to a pipe burst. But did you know that fire damage also leads to mold growth? A local fire department will likely put out a property fire with water. When the fire is extinguished, water restoration services must follow to avoid ideal conditions for mold to grow.
No matter how the mold growth occurred at your property, a certified mold professional from Aqua Docs will conduct a free inspection to identify if mold is present at your property. The professional Florida mold inspector will utilize advanced technology, including infrared cameras and moisture meters, to find the cause of the mold issue.
We will go the extra mile by taking a mold sample and sending it to a licensed mold assessor to test for mold. Through extensive testing, the third-party tester will be able to verify the type of mold that is present at the property.
Contact the professionals at Aqua Docs today at (561) 717-0615 for a free mold inspection!