Bio Clean of Utah, a Park City based company, would like to inform the residents of Park City of the availability of their mold removal services. Small, dark spaces often create the perfect environment for mold to flourish and many households, particularly those with attics and basements, have a variety of such spaces. Different types of mold can produce allergens and irritants that can cause those exposed to experience a variety of symptoms. The more dangerous molds, like black mold, produce poisonous substances known as mycotoxins that can cause serious health issues for anyone in their vicinity.
Under controlled conditions in laboratories, the effects of mold have been observed and documented. Due to this, mold is known to be capable of seriously affecting the health of people around it. Bio Clean of Utah has the knowledge and tools required to remove mold safely and quickly, and ensure that their clients’ homes are mold free as quickly as possible.
The only way to determine if one’s home is infested with mold is to have a professional inspector come over and inspect the home. “If you have mold or believe you have mold, an inspection is a beginning point,” says the company. “For a nominal fee, we can come on site and perform an inspection, taking into consideration the history of the property, current dampness, the moisture source, affected materials, and suspected affected areas. We have a variety of moisture detection meters and devices, and experience in looking for and detecting mold. Call us for a mold inspection if you have concerns about your property.”
Another way of detecting mold and determining what sort of work needs to be done is mold testing. Mold produces airborne spores that people then breathe in—and the spores are far too small to be seen with the naked eye. Mold testing allows one to determine the quantity and type of spores present in one’s home environment and come up with an effective plan of action to eliminate the mold and the spores. Documenting the initial results of mold testing and comparing them to the results after mold removal also helps determine if the mold removal was successful and the space is clean and safe again.
The process of mold removal begins with containment. The area where the mold is found is isolated to stop spores from spreading. This is usually done using negative air pressure machines in conjunction with temporary plastic walls, followed by multiple other procedures to ensure that mold is removed in its entirety. EPA approved fungicides are also applied to the affected areas as part of the cleaning process, and it is sometimes recommended that one use anti-microbial coating to prevent recolonization of mold on the remediated area.
Mold can be dangerous if left to grow unchecked and Utah residents who suspect their home may be affected are encouraged to contact Bio Clean of Utah today. As the company says, “Black Mold may be toxic. Any and all mold should be removed from the home for safety. Mold can destroy your home as well as your health. If you see any mold in your home, it needs to be removed quickly. The longer you wait, the greater the damage to your home and the health of your friends and family. Do not wait to remove mold.”
A number of clients have worked with Bio Clean of Utah and seen positive results. Many of these clients have left 5-star reviews praising the company for their high quality service. One such review says that the company was, “Fast, informative, nice, and professional. Came out to look at a mold problem with our home. Diagnosed the issue and informed us of the various ways we can go about taking care of it. Spent around an hour at the house and didn't charge us a dime. Will recommend and use these guys going forward. Thanks again!” For fast, safe, and effective Park City Utah mold removal, contact Bio Clean of Utah today.
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