• Open M-F 8a-5p
  • (910) 769-2387
  • W

Over 20 Years of Construction & Mold Investigation Experience

I&I Fire, Water and Mold uses state of the art ozone treatment as well as professional air duct cleaning using the amazing Rotobrush system. These services help tremendously with allergies, dust, dander, dust mites and many other airborne issues. With most homes having the original construction debris in their duct work, this is most likely something that has never been addressed in your home or business!

Air Purification

Indoor Air Quality Testing

  • Mold
  • Particle Counts
  • Temp
  • Humidity
  • Air Speed
  • Pressure Differentials
  • Volatile Organic Compounds
  • Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Ammonia
  • Nitrogen Dioxide
  • Nitric Oxide
  • Sulfur Dioxide
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Ozone
  • Formaldehyde

Ozone Treatment

Ozone works well as an antimicrobial treatment prior to disturbing mold during remediation. This helps to prevent spores from being able to reproduce in other areas by deeming them nonviable (dead). Ozone is also an excellent finishing treatment after a mold remediation project. Due to the fact that mold spores are microscopic, it is given that some spores will remain in the area after remediation and will likely be in areas that are difficult to mechanically clean. Because ozone uses air as the vehicle to find mold, it can treat any difficult area that airborne spores have traveled to: air ducts, air conditioner A-coils, attics, wall cavities, and crawl spaces.

Rotobrush Air Duct Cleaning

Clean air ducts are the foundation for good indoor air quality. Homeowners and business owners want to breathe clean indoor air for themselves, their guests, employees, and customers. Over several years, air ducts can also become contaminated with mold, fungi, and bacteria, as well as dust. Routine HVAC doesn’t remove them. Proper removal with equipment like Rotobrush’s air duct cleaning machines and systems is one way to improve indoor air quality.

  • Did you know that if a fire starts in your home, you may have just two minutes to escape?
  • Talk with all household members about a fire escape plan and practice the plan twice a year.
  • Test smoke alarms once a month, if they’re not working, change the batteries.
  • If a fire occurs in your home, GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL for help.