In the Wilmington, North Carolina area any home or business can quickly become infested with mold with our constant high levels of humidity and the introduction of a water source, like a roof or plumbing leak. Mold can spread throughout a property in as little as 48-72 hours, and can produce allergens and irritants that have the potential to cause other health effects.
If you suspect that your home or business has a mold problem, I&I Fire Water and Mold can professionally inspect and assess your home or business. If mold is found, they have the mold remediation training, equipment, and expertise to not only get rid of the mold but also prevent mold in the future.
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.
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.