How Can Owners Return Their Homes to a Clean, Safe Condition after a Mold Infestation?
Nashua Residents Call SERVPRO for Thorough Repair after a Mold Infestation
Is Mold Always a Threat to Area Homes?
In its inert state, mold spores are no more dangerous to Nashua homes than house dust and almost as common. SERVPRO response teams can remove the water, causing the spores to expand and grow, then remove any mold growths before they spread further.
Why is SERVPRO a Preferred Choice for Area Homes?
Our response team technicians understand that mold damage repair in Nashua starts with stopping the mold from causing more damage to the home's unaffected parts. To help mitigate to this end, we establish containment with the following actions:
- Install plastic sheeting to seal off contaminated rooms and hallways.
- Turn off the HVAC system and cover all vents to prevent cross-contamination throughout the home.
- Create negative air pressure in the contaminated areas to direct airflow outside the home.
Our SERVPRO technicians also build 'clean rooms' that allow them to leave tools and protective clothing in a sealed area to avoid spreading mold to other home parts. Once established, they clean everything in the affected area. If the structural property cannot be cleaned, technicians go to different methods.
Can Your Technicians Repair or Restore Everything?
In most cases, yes. We have the skills to replace wall and ceiling tiles, then paint everything to match the color of the infested panels. Technicians use scrapers and sanders to remove the surface layer of wall support carefully and other structures to get at the mold spores deep inside. If the mold spores deeply penetrated a large area, they also can use a soda-blasting device to dig them out without further damaging the wood. We can also partner with reputable companies to facilitate the build back.
Call SERVPRO of Nashua today at (603) 889-2311 to begin repairing your home. No agency can eliminate mold, but we can stop the damage to your residence, so it looks "Like it never even happened."