Mold Removal vs. Remediation

Whether we like it or not, mold is all around us. Every time we walk outside, we are coming into contact with mold spores that have become airborne.

Mold spores enter into our homes and businesses through cracks and crevices. Every time a door to the outdoors opens or closes, we could let mold in. And we might even be carrying a microscopic amount of mold spores on our own persons.

“Mold Removal”

This is why it would be almost impossible to promise 100 percent mold removal from your property. Mold is part of the natural environment. It only becomes a real problem when the mold spores have rooted and proliferated. 

Mold growth can occur as the result of leaky pipes. It can also be from a water main break or heavy rains. This can create an environment ideal for airborne mold spores.

Mold Remediation

Mold remediation, on the other hand, tackles the problem of mold with the understanding that complete mold removal is not possible. The process take into account that mold can  be reduced and controlled in the environment. The mold remediation process will get mold levels back to normal. Problems associated with the presence of mold can be eliminated.

Mold remediation professionals will be able to remove the visible mold growth. They will treat areas that have seen an overgrowth of mold. This is what we mean when we discuss mold removal in the practical sense. Removing the mold growth that has taken root throughout the property is an important first step toward mold remediation.

Remediation refers to the process that makes the environment less conducive to the growth of mold. The mold spores in the air will not be able to take root in a home or business that has remediated their property.  When mold growth remains untreated, it will continue to grow. Getting mold remediation will be sure to your home or office at normal levels.