Mold Removal Lafayette
If You Find Mold Damage In Your Lafayette Home Or Business Call The Mold Removal Experts At Sibley Construction
Professional Mold Removal In Lafayette
Health Hazards of Mold
If you find mold growing in your property, call your local professional mold removal company to address the damage immediately. This is so important because prolonged exposure to mold can result in a long list of concerning health risks. Any delays in addressing mold in your home or business property may open yourself to these potential mold related health risks:
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Common Questions About Mold
Q: Why is mold growing in my house?
A: Mold grows on surfaces that are exposed to a moist or humid environment.
Q: Do I have Black Mold?
A: Black mold is a bit of a misnomer. There are a number of different mold species that will turn black and the color of the mold does not determine the danger of exposure to that mold.
Q: Can I clean mold with bleach?
A: Household solutions are rarely sufficient for cleaning mold, and can lead to spreading the mold and creating more costly damages.
Mold Removal & Mold Remediation Process
When you find, or even suspect, mold growth in your Lafayette home or business property, give Sibley a call. We offer 100% free mold damage inspections that will also provide you with accurate cost and restoration timelines.
Before we can really build out a removal, cleanup and restoration plan, we will need to conduct an air quality test. This test will tell us what type of mold we are dealing with, and the concentration of mold in your airways.
Any disruption of mold damaged materials will lead to mold spores traveling through the air. Without proper preparation, this could lead to mold growth spreading throughout an entire building. To mitigate this potential issue, our team of mold removal specialists will set up a containment barrier around the affected area, using plastic sheeting and HEPA filter air blowers to create a negative air pressure zone.
Once the affected area has been contained, our technicians will begin removing the irreversibly damaged materials, and disposing of them in a safe and proper manner.
After the damaged materials have been removed, before we can take down the containment barrier, we need to clean up any remaining materials, particles, or debris. Because the mold will have traveled around the containment zone during the removal phase, our technicians will need to wipe down every surface with our industrial strength antimicrobial solution.
Once the affected are has been cleaned, we can remove the containment barrier, retest the air to ensure our removal was successful, and begin making any repairs needed to restore your property to its pre-loss condition. As a licensed general contractor, Sibley is able to make every repair, no matter the size or scope.
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Mold Damage?
Insurance coverage for mold damage varies greatly dependent on the cause of the mold, and how quickly you take action. For instance, mold growth resulting from water damage that was caused by a natural disaster is typically covered, while if that water damage was deemed the result of negligence, the mold damage removal and restoration will not be covered.
The best way to understand your specific mold damage coverage is to call your insurance provider and have them walk you through your policy terms.