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Commercial Mold Removal

in Kaiserville, Michigan

(810) 255-8756
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Commercial Mold Removal in Kaiserville, Michigan, 48137

Call: (810) 255-8756

Customer service representativeWhile there are many commercial mold removal companies to choose from in Kaiserville, we believe our large loss disaster restoration service will not only meet but exceed your expectations.

We 're dedicated to providing every customer's Commercial Mold Removal  job, large or small, with superior and responsive service along with industry standard pricing set by your insurance carrier.

For immediate assistance, call Advance Restoration at (810) 255-8756 to speak with a friendly customer service representative who will put you in touch with a commercial mold cleanup expert in Kaiserville, MI.


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Our commercial mold company is aware that exposures to molds may cause a range of health effects and symptoms, including allergic reactions, as concerns about indoor exposure to mold have grown. Molds can be found nearly anywhere; virtually any organic substance can grow, provided there are moisture and oxygen. Molds can be produced on wood, paper, tapestry, food and isolation. In buildings and building materials, if high humidity builds up, mold growth occurs regularly, particularly if the moisture issue is not detected or handled by a professional commercial mold removal expert.


Mold Remediation Services

Mold prevention

A commercial mold company will be needed to successfully eliminate mold and keep it from returning.  Our Commercial Mold Removal process typically includes:

  • Mold Type Identification
  • Stop Moisture at Source
  • Structural Drying
  • Mold Remediation
  • Disinfecting & Deodorizing
  • Contents Restoration
  • Removal of Infected Contents


Causes of Mold Growth

Above all else, moisture must be present for mold spores to grow. If you require Commercial Mold Removal, moisture was the undeniable culprit. Whether mold began from an organic food source, roof damage leak, foundation leak, or plumbing leak,  you just need to add warm conditions and you have a recipe for mold growth.  Common causes of mold spore growth can include:

  • High Humidity & Warmth
  • Plumbing Leaks
  • Bathroom Fans
  • Poor Moisture Barriers
  • Improper Landscape Grading

What it Means to be a IICRC Certified Firm in Kaiserville, MI

IICRC Certified Firm LogoJust as any professional performs at a higher level of competency in their field, IICRC Certified Firms and Technicians set themselves apart through training, experience, and comprehensive examination. As an IICRC Certified Firm we must employ one or more IICRC certified technicians, and apply with the IICRC to become a Certified Firm. Certified Firms are the only cleaning, restoration and inspection companies listed in the premier IICRC locator of respected professional restorers. We also promise to adhere to the IICRC Code of Ethics, be current in business insurance and licensee requirements, and  proudly display the IICRC logo on our company website and vehicles.

Advance Restoration can respond quickly for your emergency need for Commercial Mold Removal cleanup.  By starting restoration work within the first 12-24 hours after exposure to moisture is critical to the safe-keeping of the property and to avoiding secondary damages. Our commercial mold removal experts will deploy immediately to your commercial property and begin a plan for full recovery.

For 24/7 emergency response, contact us at (810) 255-8756 to be put in touch with a commercial mold expert today.

All IICRC Certified Contractors are committed to four key objectives:

  • Certification at all times
  • IICRC professional on every job
  • Maintain industry standards
  • Commitment to ongoing professional training

For Service Today In Kaiserville, MI Call (810) 255-8756.


FAQ

What type of mold is the most dangerous to health?

Stachybotrys, commonly known as black mold is reported to be toxigenic.  There are over 20 documented species of Stachybotrys, the genus Stachybotrys should be assumed to be toxigenic. Specifically, it can produce the mycotoxin trichothecene (Satratoxin H), which is poisonous upon inhalation. If you believe you have this mold growing in your dwelling, contact Advance Restoration at (810) 255-8756 now for residential or Commercial Mold Removal services.

What causes mold to grow?

In short, moisture and warmth. Moisture and warm temperatures provide the perfect environment for mold growth whether from a leaky roof, condensation from showers & tubs, or from a recent flood or sewage backup. We can create a plan for remediation for Commercial Mold Removal to get you on the path to recovery, call our commercial mold expert today at (810) 255-8756.

Why choose Advance Restoration for Commercial Mold Removal?

Advance Restoration will create a plan for mold remediation that starts first with professional mold testing by a hygenist. Testing for the type of mold present is crucial to determining the course of action necessary to remediate the mold in your Kaiserville, MI residence or business. We refuse to skip steps and simply spraying any old substance around and  hope it doesn't return. Once we know what we are dealing with our commercial mold removal expert will not only remediate but sanitize the area in question. We will also address any contents that might also be contaminated and provide help eliminating any residual odors via Ozone or Thermal fogging to leave the air fresh and spore free.


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