Mold Remediation in Algonquin, IL
Do I need to test for mold?
If you see mold, you probably do not need to do mold testing. Many mold remediation companies in Algonquin, IL will not tell you, but sometimes mold testing is unnecessary and a waste of money. If mold is apparent and visible — simply contact a professional mold remediation company to discuss mold removal methods and techniques that follow industry-standard guidelines.
How do I test for mold in Algonquin, IL?
If you want to hire a mold testing company to test indoor air quality, Alliance Restoration has a company we can refer to and work with for testing as it is a special service. To give you peace of mind, a sample can be taken before and after mold remediation.
What is professional mold remediation?
Professional mold remediation can help to keep you safe and healthy by identifying mold and eradicating it. We remove mold using certain methods, combined with industry suggested techniques to reduce the risk of risk mold spore re-infestation.
Alliance Restoration performs mold remediation in Algonquin, IL through guidelines set by the Clean Trust; (IICRC) “Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation”.
We are also an ISEAI IEC member.
Mold Removal with Testing
We have many case studies of mold remediation with before and after pictures and testimonials.
Read the entire case study of mold removal with testing
<h3″>Mold Removal without Testing
Attic mold remediation service where testing was not necessary. Alliance Restoration used HEPA vacuuming and removed the mold. Our client was happy with our process and the results.
Read entire case study of mold remediation without testing
Mold Removal Process in Algonquin
Alliance uses Standard Operating Procedures to comply with our Health & Safety Program. No matter the scope of the project, our mold removal methods ensure that every project meets the highest industry standards.
Alliance Restoration performs home mold removal and remediation services that follow current industry standards. Our goals include:
- Safety and Health
- Mold Control, Removal & Prevention
- Project Documentation
To start mold remediation, we perform an inspection to identify moisture and mold sources. The results of this inspection will decide what the next steps in the mold removal process should be. Before starting, we work to reduce the danger of mold moving to other areas of the building. Source containment and isolation barriers are some methods we use to control mold dispersion.
Chemicals alone will not solve problems caused by the long-term effects of mold. A primary part of the mold treatment process is contaminant removal. Proper techniques include either removing and/or cleaning of building materials. Mold requires moisture to grow, so identifying and repairing moisture problems is the first step in the home mold remediation process to prevent future mold. This can include fixing plumbing leaks, sealing your attic, basement, or crawlspace from moisture sources, and reducing humid air.
Alliance Restoration offers free mold and moisture inspections to homeowners in Algonquin as well as in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, including Highland Park, Schaumburg, Lake in the Hills, and more.
Alliance Restoration, Inc. is trained and certified by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC), and the Clean Trust. We are also an ISEAI IEC member.
Now that you have an overview of our home mold remediation process, you can explore two of our main focus areas in the home: attic mold removal and basement and crawl space mold clean up.
Mold Removal Services in Algonquin
ATTIC MOLD REMOVAL SERVICES
Do you have mold in your attic? Can you smell an odor in the attic? Is your wood framing, roof and insulation wet? These are commonly what we find when we are called out to a home or business for attic mold inspections.
BASEMENT AND CRAWL SPACE MOLD CLEANUP
Do you smell a stale odor in your home? Does this odor become more prominent in the basement or crawl space? If you thoroughly inspect your basement and crawl space, are you able to see mold growth on the floor, walls
Molds can trigger asthma attacks. Allergic symptoms include: sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash. Source from epa.gov.