Mold Is Serious Business
What exactly is professional mold remediation?
Professional mold remediation includes removing mold combined with other methods to ensure human health & safety in the home.
We perform mold remediation through guidelines set by the Clean Trust; (IICRC) “Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation”.
Mold Remediation Process
No matter the scope of the project, Alliance uses Standard Operating Procedures to comply with our Health & Safety Program. These methods ensure that every project meets the highest of industry standards.
Alliance Restoration preforms mold projects with current industry standards in mind and include the following goals:
- Safety and Health
- Project Documentation
- Mold Control, Removal & Prevention
To start a mold remediation project, we preform an inspection and find any mold growth in the building. The results of this inspection will decide what the next steps in the process should be. Before starting on the project, we work to reduce the danger of mold moving to other areas of the home. Some methods we use to control mold dispersion include source containment and isolation barriers.
Contaminant removal is the main part of the mold treatment process. Chemicals alone will not solve problems caused by the long term effects of mold. Proper methods include either discarding or cleaning of building materials. Mold cannot grow without enough moisture, so fixing moisture problems is the best way to prevent future mold. This can include fixing plumbing leaks, sealing your home from outdoor sources, and reducing humid air.
Alliance Restoration offers free mold inspection to homeowners in Arlington Heights, Barrington, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Mount Prospect, Vernon Hills, Lake Zurich, Buffalo Grove, Lincolnshire, Schaumburg, Lake in the Hills, Crystal Lake, Wonder Lake and more.
Now that you have an overview of our mold remediation process, you can explore two of our main focus areas in the home.
Alliance Restoration, Inc. is trained and certified by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC), and the Clean Trust.