We want to help you if you have a problem with mold in your house.
Mold is a subject that many homeowners both fear and want to avoid. When talking about mold, many people are worried about deadly varieties, health risks and lower property values. The truth is that while there are some concerns about harmful varieties of mold, there are also many that will not necessarily have a negative effect on your health. Furthermore, when mold is remediated professionally and the problem causing the mold repaired, there are often no negative consequences to your home value. If you have mold in your house, our team here at AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia would love to assist you with your Belmont, North Carolina property.
Mold growth is almost always caused by a source of moisture or water. Sometimes this is due to a flood, water leak, or even just excess moisture in the air. Whatever the reason, mold can flourish relatively easily– especially in those areas that are hidden away and rarely accessed, such as your basement, attic or crawlspace. For this reason, we suggest that you complete regular mold inspections. If you know that you have mold in your house, we would like to offer our services for remediation assistance.
When we handle the mold in your house, you can expect a swift and thorough removal process. Because we have been working in the area of mold remediation, flood removal and other similar services for quite some time, we are confident that we will be able to handle your mold remediation and stop it from coming back. For more information about our services regarding mold growth, remediation or inspections, please contact us today.
FAQs About Dealing with Mold in Your House
Our team at AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia knows that you care about your home, and we want to help you take good care of it. We provide a wide range of services designed to help you deal with a variety of household problems, and one of the most common issues we can help with is mold in your house. If you suspect you have a mold problem, we encourage you to read through the frequently asked questions below to learn more about what you should do.
How can I tell if there’s mold in my house?
One of the tricky things about mold is that because it doesn’t need light to grow, so it can grow in out-of-the-way places that you don’t usually see, such as the back of a cabinet. This means you are unlikely to detect mold in its early stages unless you perform regular checks for it, so we recommend that you conduct visual inspections periodically. In addition, mold gives off a stale, musty odor, and certain species can also cause an increase in respiratory symptoms. If your home starts to smell bad or you find yourself getting sick more frequently than usual, we recommend that you have your home inspected for mold.
How do I get rid of mold in my house?
If you suspect that you have mold in your house, you should call our team to get our mold removal experts on the job. We will inspect your home to find all the places where mold is present and then seal off those areas and get to work removing the affected materials. Next, we will thoroughly decontaminate the area to ensure that no spores remain to cause another infestation.
Can I remove mold myself?
When dealing with mold, you should always hire professional technicians rather than attempt any DIY solutions. Our team knows how to take the right precautions to prevent mold spores from spreading to other areas of your home while we work, and we don’t want you to risk making your mold problem worse rather than better.
At AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia, we can remove mold in houses in Alexis, Belmont, Bessemer City, Catawba, Cherryville, Claremont, Connelly Springs, Conover, Cramerton, Crouse, Dallas, Denver, Drexel, Gastonia, Glen Alpine, Granite Falls, Hickory, High Shoals, Hildebran, Hudson, Icard, Iron Station, Lincolnton, Lowell, Maiden, McAdenville, Morganton, Mount Holly, Newton, Rhodhiss, Rutherford College, Sherrills Ford, Stanley, Terrell, Valdese, Vale, and Waco, North Carolina.