Mold Removal in Vancouver

Mold removal in Vancouver is handled by local mold removal companies. Mold grows in areas that remain wet or damp for a prolonged period of time such as in the bathroom and basement. Before you pay for mold removal or you undertake mold removal yourself, mold testing is recommended so as to determine if mold is really a problem and if so what type of mold is dominant and the extent of damage. The cost of mold removal depends on the level of contamination.

Mold Testing and Removal in Vancouver

You can pay a professional mold inspector to test the mold for you. However, in most cases you can test the mold yourself thus saving money. While there are many mold testing kits available at hardware stores, home supply warehouses and online we DO NOT recommend any kit that is said to give instant results. You should use the same equipment and the same labs that professional mold inspectors use. If you want to test for visible mold growth we recommend using clear scotch tape which you can easily obtain from a dollar store. If you would like to test for air quality in your home, then we would recommend the mold test kit used by mold professionals.

When Can You Perform Mold Removal Yourself?

If the total area covered by mold growth in your home is less than 10 square feet, then, with proper protection you can remove mold with ordinary household cleaning products. Disturbing big infestations is risking your health, particularly if you are an allergy sufferer or have a weakened immune system. If you have than 10 square feet, consider hiring a mold removal company. If you don’t know any mold removal company in Vancouver, use Google or other search engines to search for “mold removal in Vancouver” to find local companies that provide mold removal services. It’s important you get quotes from several companies and the quote should include the procedure they use to remove mold and references from their past happy clients.

Mold Growth Prevention

Mold growth prevention can be achieved through moisture control. After mold removal, keeping the area dry will prevent regrowth of mold. Make sure any leaks that contributed to moisture are properly sealed. If mold growth was due to high humidity, you may consider installing a dehumidifier in rooms with poor ventilation. Whenever showering or cooking ensure the fans are on to reduce accumulation of moisture indoors. In the shower or bath, take a moment to dry the bathtub or shower after each use to reduce moisture in the air. Regularly cleaning your home will also minimize mold growth.

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