WHO ARE WE
Certified Mold Experts
100% Clean Rate
Mold-B-Gone Remediation, LLC in Atlanta has removed mold from thousands of homes and business’ over the years and we have never failed a test on any home or commercial building that we have cleaned. We have a perfect 100% clean rate since we opened our doors.
What we do
Our Indoor Air Quality testing uses OSHA, NIOSHA, and EPA testing procedures to investigate indoor air quality complaints or give you a profile of your air. We take special care in instruments calibration and sample handling to produce accurate and reliable results.
Humidity levels in your crawlspace can affect the rest of your home. Having unconditioned air below your living spaces makes the whole house harder to heat and cool as well as provide the perfect damp setting for mold spores to breed.
We can sanitize one room or complete the whole house and sanitizing for a complete germ free home. Sanitizing your home will reduce the amount of bacteria and pathogens allowing you to breath easier and healthier.
WE STAND Behind OUR WORK
- We offer a 5 year written guarantee on interior cleaning for your home or business.
- We offer a 5 year or a 25 year written warranty on structural mold removal for your home or business.
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FAQ About Mold Remediation & Removal Services in Atlanta, GA
How can someone be exposed to MOLD?
Mold is a type of fungi that can be found on various objects in your home, such as clothing and food. Inhaling the spores from mold growing in the air or coming into contact with it could lead to respiratory problems for some people who are sensitive to molds. Eating without proper handwashing after handling items contaminated by mold may also cause illness which may result in stomach pain, diarrhea, headaches, and other symptoms.
Can MOLD cause health problems?
Mold may be the most sinister culprit for infections in your home. You might not even know it’s there without a thorough inspection! The thing about mold is, no two people are affected exactly alike when they come into contact with these microscopic critters. They can cause many different symptoms with only small exposure. These include itchy or irritated skin, mysterious rashes on the body and in places you don’t expect to see them (such as your nose), sinus infections/ congestion which may lead to further respiratory problems such as sneezing and coughing, upper-respiratory illnesses like bronchitis that could develop into lung cancer if left untreated. Mold also causes fatigue, headaches of all varieties including chronic aches and pains across most parts of the body; mood swings anxiety depression are common for those who have encountered mold especially after prolonged exposure.
Where is MOLD found in the home?
Mold is often found in moist areas like bathrooms, kitchens and crawlspaces. Mold spores can be carried by water vapor or dust particles to other parts of the home, where they may survive for many days before settling on a damp surface. For this reason, mold is commonly found growing inside wall cavities or hidden behind wallpaper that has been wetted from outside moisture – such as rainwater coming through an open window – rather than from indoor sources. Molds reproduce by releasing millions of tiny reproductive cells called spores into the air every hour–mold spores can float about looking for a suitable place to land and begin their growth cycle over again.
How can I reduce or eliminate MOLD inside my home?
It is impossible to completely eliminate all mold and mold spores indoors; however, you can reduce and control their growth by improving the indoor air quality.
The following methods are effective at controlling mold:
- Regularly inspect all surfaces for water leaks, condensation, or standing moisture
- Ventilate bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas that produce moisture
- Use exhaust fans over bathtubs, sinks, and cooking areas
- Keep the humidity level below 60% indoors during humid months (typically April-October) by using air conditioners or dehumidifiers. If you live in a cold climate with low relative humidity levels, consider installing a whole-house humidifier to maintain greater than 30% indoor relative humidity year-round.
If these steps are not possible or fail to eliminate mold growth inside your home consult a professional for additional assistance.
Do I need a mold inspection?
It is always recommended that homes be inspected before any major renovations take place such as tearing up carpeting, removing drywall, painting walls, etc., especially if there is a history of water damage in your home. If you clean the mold but do not fix the water problem, the mold will grow back.
Do I need a professional?
If there is visible or suspected mold growth in one area, then yes, hiring a professional should be considered. Additionally, if repairs are needed such as fixing leaky pipes that could potentially cause future water intrusion into the building, these too should only be performed with help from professionals who know how to remediate areas exposed to moisture and prevent recurrence of issues down the road.