Upgrading Kitchen Appliances Leads to Mold Damage in Santaquin
Professional Mold Remediation in Santaquin Needed? Call SERVPRO
When you switch out a kitchen appliance like a dishwasher or garbage disposal in your Santaquin home, be very cautious to check for loose connections or leaking water shut offs. Hidden water damage from a mistake or negligence often results in mold growth. Our crew offers mold remediation when you notice and seek help for this microbial infestation.
Mold damage in Santaquin can be an unfortunate result of a kitchen rehab. While you enjoy your new equipment, a poorly completed installation can be dripping water under your sink or within cabinets without your awareness. A few days of leaking can support significant mold growth. The fungal colonies can multiply deep within the cabinets and cavities under and behind the plumbing connections. Our expert mold remediators discover the extent of the problem and design a plan to eliminate current mold damage and limit problems in the future.
SERVPRO mold remediation crews train to the highest industry standards when certifying as Applied Microbial Technicians through the IICRC guidelines. We follow the procedures developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to manage a mold outbreak.
The first requirement is locating the moisture source and arranging for repair. Mold spores that coexist with us indoors and out do not grow without moisture. A day or two of unintended water saturation is all that is needed to jumpstart mold damage.
After moisture management, we set up a containment perimeter to prevent the moldy debris from spreading during removal. SERVPRO crew members use physical barriers like heavy-duty plastic sheeting to protect non-contaminated areas. When the mold growth is significant, we add negative pressure air scrubbers to filter the air and vent contaminants outside of your property.
Within the containment area, SERVPRO employees begin removal. We use brushes and spray and wipe techniques to clear surfaces of the mold colonies. If the hyphae or roots of the mold penetrate a porous surface, abrasive techniques like soda blasting can remove the mold with minimal disruption to the structural component.
SERVPRO of Provo is there to help you remediate mold damage no matter how the colony got its start. If you even suspect mold damage is a problem, give us a call at (801) 226-1363 for an assessment and development of an abatement plan.
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