I&I Fire, Water and Mold has the state of the art moisture testing equipment that is necessary to properly test all surfaces of your home. Extremely accurate and puncture-free testing will let you know how much moisture is in your walls, floors & ceilings. This type of testing will let you know exactly how much your home is at risk for mold growth and will allow us to start preventing any mold growth in the future. This type of moisture testing is absolutely necessary before buying a new home. Contact Us to set up an appointment!
I&I Fire, Water and Mold have the specialized mold remediation training needed for maximum mold removal and prevention. We use HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuums for mold removal after all affected materials have been thoroughly dried and contaminated materials have been removed. HEPA vacuums have specialized filters that capture tiny mold particles that would typically pass right through a normal vacuum filter. HEPA vacuums are also used for the cleanup of dust that may have settled on surfaces outside of the mold remediation area.
A proper inspection and assessment of the area is crucial when dealing with mold damage. We are licensed investigators and experts at discovering where the source of the problem is and how to control it. As investigators, we have access to information not available to other Fire, Water and Mold Remediation Companies and the general public.
Before mold remediation can begin, any sources of water or moisture must be addressed. Otherwise, the mold may return.
Mold often produces a strong, musty odor, and that odor can lead you to possible mold problem areas. I&I Fire, Water and Mold professionals specialize in cleaning of various heating and cooling system components of forced air systems, including the supply and return air ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans (drip pans), fan motor and fan housing, and the air handling unit housing.
We use HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuums for mold removal after all affected materials have been thoroughly dried and contaminated materials have been removed. HEPA vacuums have specialized filters that capture tiny mold particles that would typically pass right through a normal vacuum filter. HEPA vacuums are also used for the cleanup of dust that may have settled on surfaces outside of the mold remediation area.
Before things can go back to normal, the area needs to be cleaned and santized to prevent rotting and future mold issues. Out state-of-the-art cleaning equipment destroys 99.99% of all harmful germs and bacteria.
We will restore your area to just like it was or even take the opportunity to improve your existing area to something you have always wanted. We do all repairs in house through your sister company HKS Remodeling and Construction. This allows us to complete projects quicker and more cost effectively than our competitors.
There are quite a few potential risks caused by toxic black mold in the home where pets are concerned.
Respiratory difficulties and illnesses are among the most notable and most concerning side effects of black mold poisoning. Whether the animal is suffering from what seems like a minor respiratory difficulty or serious lung trauma, the capillaries within the lungs are being weakened. The black mold puts these capillaries under duress, causing them to rupture, hemorrhage and eventually lead to the death of the animal.
If your dog or cat appears to be in any form of respiratory distress, seems lethargic in a way that is out of character for the pet, bleeds from the nose or avoids regular feedings, these symptoms should be taken very seriously.
Be sure to get medical attention for your pets and have your home thoroughly investigated for black mold for the safety of you, your family and your beloved animals.
If you notice an earthy or musty odor in your home, you probably have mold growing there, even if you don’t notice any mold.
Discoloration, staining, or fuzzy growth on the surface are obvious signs. Look under kitchen sinks, in the bathroom, and in the attic.
Excess moisture, water stains, and condensation problems. An indoor humidity level above 60% is ideal for mold to grow.
Sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, cough and postnasal drip, Itchy eyes, nose and throat, and watery eyes are symptoms of mold.