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Mold Remediation

H2 Renovations and Contracting is a reliable choice for addressing mold remediation, abatement, and restoration needs. We understand that even minimal mold exposure can cause significant harm to your residence. In case of a mold issue crisis, reach out to H2 Renovations and Contracting. Our mold removal professionals are accessible 24/7 to provide immediate assistance for mold infestation, mold cleanup, and mold removal services.

Mold Remediation Process

It’s important to note that mold is very common and can be found everywhere, indoors and outdoors.

Substantial mold growth can occur within a slim 24 to 72 hours (approximately 3 days), thriving virtually anywhere with adequate moisture. This encompasses surfaces with excessive moisture such as wood, paper, carpeting, ceiling tiles, and places with overall poor ventilation. Some of the most common places we see mold damage indoors are in areas that lack moisture control such as air ducts, crawl space, and even a HVAC system.

Should you suspect the presence of mold in your residence, contact the experts at H2 Renovations and Contracting to learn about our professional mold remediation services. Our professionals will conduct a comprehensive mold inspection meticulously examining your property for visible signs of mold issues.

Our skilled technicians conduct comprehensive evaluations, meticulously examining every square foot of your property for visible signs of mold. Utilizing diverse methods, they identify mold presence and potential concealed water sources. If mold is detected, our professional mold removal specialist collaborates with you throughout the cleanup, repair, and remediation stages, including setting preventive measures to prevent mold in the future.

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What are the Basic Mold Cleanup Steps?

Professional mold removal companies take a multitude of steps to ensure they conduct a thorough mold remediation and mold removal process. The key to mold prevention and mold removal is moisture control.

Inspection and Mold Damage Testing

Mold remediation and removal simply takes time, if you were to throw bleach at everything and pray for the best, it's not going to work. Removing Mold and Inspecting for Mold is a very thorough process if done correctly. The remediation process necessitates specialized equipment, personal protective equipment and gear, and appropriate cleaning agents tailored to the specific mold types and surfaces affected. Once you have conducted detailed mold testing and sectioned off your contaminated areas - it's important to follow produres to prevent mold growth.

Mold Containment Procedures

We employ diverse containment methods to halt mold spread. This could involve implementing advanced techniques such as a negative air chamber, which isolates the affected zone using physical barriers and negative air pressure. This strategy effectively prevents mold spores from dispersing during the cleanup. Additionally, all fans, heating, and cooling systems might be deactivated to impede the spread of mold.

Air and Area Filtration

Our specialized filtration tools enable us to capture minuscule mold spores from the air. Utilizing robust "air scrubbers", we effectively contain these mold spores, preventing their dispersion throughout the mold remediation procedure.

Removing Mold and Mold-Infested Materials

When in doubt- throw it out! Though our mold removal and remediation process is detailed and specifically designed to remove mold, sometimes it's not that easy. In cases with specific molds, such as black mold or alternaria mold, that can produce toxins at a rapid rate it's better to remove those items entirely. Absorbent or porous materials, such as ceiling tiles and carpet, may have to be thrown away if they become moldy.  Mold can grow on or fill in the empty spaces and crevices of porous materials, so the mold may be difficult or impossible to remove completely.

Cleaning Contents and Belongings

Employing diverse cleaning methods, we sanitize and cleanse hard surfaces and your possessions thoroughly. Our expertise extends to odor removal and deodorization, utilizing fogging equipment and other specialized methods to ensure a complete restoration process.


The extent of mold damage determines the necessary removal cost of removing drywall, subfloors, and other structural materials. Restoration efforts might encompass minor fixes like drywall replacement, painting, and installing new carpeting. In more severe cases, major repairs such as reconstructing entire sections or rooms within a residence or commercial space might be required.

What should I do if I find Mold?

We take care of everything from start to finish – from filing a homeowner’s claim to inspection, cleaning, and even contents restoration. We waste no time in starting the claims process and work closely with you to make sure you’re taken care of. We have plenty of experience speaking to your insurance agent and will handle all communication with your insurance company!

When water infiltrates your property, mold growth can commence within just 48 hours. If left untreated, water and mold damage can cause some serious property damage and overall structural damage to your home. Before commencing mold remediation, it’s imperative to address any sources of water or moisture to prevent future mold growth, such as a plumbing leak or a burst pipe. Neglecting this step could result in the reappearance of mold problems.

If you are seeing visible mold growth within your home it’s very important to not touch, move or spray anything on the mold affected area. Doing anything like this can spread mold spores and make your mold problem way bigger. Here are some things to remember when you find mold:

  • Don’t touch or disturb the mold.

  • Don’t spray bleach or other disinfectants on the mold.

  • Don’t blow air across any surfaces with visible or suspected mold growth.

  • Don’t attempt to dry the area yourself.

  • Turn off the HVAC system, fans or other air moving equipment you have in your home.

Restrict access to the area where mold is present from pets, kids, and yourself. If the mold is contained in one room or area that has a door, close the door or cabinet to help with containment. Mold can cause some very serious health concerns. Some types of mold can cause health risks such as allergic reactions and it’s important to act quickly in cases you believe you may have been exposed to mold. Some common health problems exposure to molds can lead to symptoms such as a stuffy nose, wheezing, and red or itchy eyes and skin.

Facts on Mold

Mold exists almost everywhere, both indoors and outdoors

Mold is omnipresent, existing indoors and outdoors alike. Its microscopic spores travel through the air and can enter your home via windows, doors, HVAC system, or hitch a ride indoors on clothing or pets.

Mold spores thrive in moist environments

Thriving in moisture, mold spores quickly evolve into colonies when exposed to water. These colonies may produce allergens and irritants, potentially causing health complications.

That Smell...

Mold often emits a potent, musty odor, which can guide you toward potential mold problem areas. Even indoor humidity levels higher than normal can facilitate mold growth. Maintaining indoor humidity below 45 percent is advisable.