SERVPRO Uses Specific Mold Damage Repair Equipment in Dallas
We Base Our Mold Damage Repairs on IICRC Standards
While performing mold damage repair, remediation, and restoration work in Dallas, we keep many things in mind. Our priorities include our well-being, how efficiently we work, and the cost-effectiveness of the entire project in making it just "Like it never even happened."
When a homeowner detects signs of mold, we want to keep those main concerns in mind. These include personal protective equipment (PPE), our gear, and the most appropriate equipment for mold damage repairs in Dallas. After we finish the initial remediation, we can begin repairing damaged areas.
Using highly durable equipment and tools means we can complete the needed work quickly. Repairing areas that sustained mold damage can involve the following:
- Negative air pressure systems
- Concrobium applications
- Moisture detection equipment
Our IICRC trained team builds negative air pressure systems for the same reason medical facilities use them – to keep microbes where we want them and out of otherwise microbe-free areas. You can see through many of these systems because we use plastic sheeting to form the barriers and pathways. Such compartmentalizations keep mold particles and spores out of unaffected rooms and allow our air scrubbers to force contaminants out of your home.
Antimicrobials like Concrobium help protect newly installed materials in high-risk areas. This botanical is long-lasting and effectively encapsulates any existing mold, rendering it inert. The ingredients remain active after drying on treated surfaces, making such places inhospitable to newly arriving mold spores.
After removing excess moisture that caused mold colonies to flourish, we take readings to ensure that the areas affected now show no excess humidity. These devices include infrared cameras, hygrometers, and moisture detection units. Some units use pins, while others do not. The units with pins are more accurate but can leave marks on surfaces. We discuss the benefits and drawbacks of moisture detection units with the customer.
Contact SERVPRO of Southeast Dallas County at (972) 227-0800 when you need mold damage repair professionals.