Residential Mold Removal Services
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Mold Removal, Mold Remediation And Mold Inspection Torrance CA
We Offer Quality Mold Removal, Mold Remediation And Mold Inspection Torrance CA!
Since we have a skilled team with state-of-the-art equipment, we take pride in our mold remediation Torrance CA services for residential spaces.
Early detection can help reduce health risks and your total expenditure. Thus, it would be best if you got in touch with us as soon as you notice the following signs in your home:
- Mold Odor: Mold has a characteristic musty smell. If you notice a strange odor in your house, look for its source. The earthy smell might be coming from your carpet, walls, bathtub, behind the curtains, or insulated fixtures.
- Dark Spots: Mold isn’t always black. You may notice dark white, green, and yellow spots. If left unchecked, this growth can spread to different areas in your house, becoming a bigger concern.
- Water Damage: Mold loves damp places, and it thrives in moisture. Therefore, if a surface in your home is always moist, it’s prone to mold growth. You should regularly check your bathrooms and kitchens for signs of mold growth.
- Allergic Reactions: If you or someone in your family has started experiencing allergies, it could be due to mold.
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When you call us for mold removal Torrance CA, we inspect your property and give you a quote. Once you’ve hired us for the job, we arrive at your home and start working.
Our professionals wear safety gear throughout the job, including neoprene gloves and a high-filtration mask. If the mold situation in your house is severe, we also wear full protective suits.
During mold removal, we will seal the area with plastic sealing to ensure the spores don’t spread to other areas in the house. As for the equipment, we use HEPA air scrubbers, dehumidifiers, and HEPA vacuums.
If there’s any remaining mold, we will wipe it off with antimicrobial chemicals. Often, we cover the treated area with a sealer to prevent mold and mildew growth in the future.