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Toxic Mold Cleanup

About Us

If you think you have a mold issue, and need toxic mold cleanup, we are here to help. 

  • Since 2005, Quick Environmental has been a leader helping our customers with their environmental and mold problems.
  • Quick Environmental is a fully licensed, insured, and certified microbial consultant.
  • We specialize in identifying the sources of mold and mildew related problems in homes, office buildings, industrial facilities, and other structures.
  • Our technicians are trained and certified for mold remediation and water restoration.
  • We adhere to the proper procedures to carry out mold cleanup and to eliminate microscopic airborne mold spores that are not visible. We’ll make your home or working space a safe place. 
  • Your safety is our number one concern, so we make sure that we’re able to detect any interior mold that may be harmful to you and your family. 
  • From the very first time you call Quick Environmental, our highly trained and attentive staff will answer all of your questions, provide an honest assessment of your mold problem and come up with a mold remediation plan that will eliminate it. 

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Is your house making you sick?

Though it isn’t dangerous in every scenario, in large quantities, any mold can become very toxic to your health and those around you. Mold becomes harmful when the spores grow, unchecked, in an indoor, damp environment. This allows the mold spores to endanger to your health.

Exposure to mold can cause:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Nasal congestion
  • Coughing
  • Irritated eyes
  • runny nose
  • Skin rashes
  • Lung irritation
  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue

Mold can enter your body through the respiratory system, mouth, and exposure to the skin. Negative health effects can range from short-term irritation to long-term illness. People with asthma and allergies, the elderly, infants, young children, and people with weakened immune systems are the most at risk from toxic mold contamination. If you or someone in your home start to experience any of the health issues mentioned above, you might have been exposed to toxic mold.  

If you or those around you start feeling sick in your home or workplace and don’t know why, check for mold. Or have a professional come and check. 

Where does mold hide?

Mold can hide and thrive in many interior spaces, especially in any damp, humid area including where water damage occurred but was not properly dried up. If you suspect there is a mold problem here are some places to check:

  • The area around the washing machine, dishwasher, and hot water heater
  • Attic insulation
  • Ceilings, floors, and walls
  • Window sills
  • Carpet and upholstery

Some of the signs of mold contamination are obvious and others aren’t. Knowing what to look for will help you find the hard-to-notice ones. If you see black spots on a wall in your house, for example, you definitely have a mold problem. If there is a musty smell in the air, you may have a mold problem. You may not be able to see visible evidence of mold but it could be growing underneath floor or ceiling tiles, under carpet padding, even behind wallpaper.

Toxic mold cleanup

Our specialized mold remediation and disinfecting processes help return your interior space to a healthy and safe state. In fact, our state of the art mold remediation equipment incorporates sanitizing treatments and air purification, thereby allowing us to clean damaged properties faster and safer than our competitors. 

Professional mold removal is a step-by-step process involving the use of specialized equipment and techniques. Using state of the art technology, we can accurately determine the presence, type, and source of mold. After we complete your mold inspection and mold testing, we provide a full report with effective follow up solutions and cost estimate. 

Performing mold remediation correctly is critical. The overall process Quick Environmental uses can be broken down into the following eight steps:

  1. Isolation -The contaminated area will be isolated with 6 mil poly sheeting and a negative air pressure environment will be created. The containment area will be air tight to prevent the mold from spreading any further. 
  2. HEPA Air Scrubbing – Clean the air using commercial-grade and industrial-strength air scrubbing machines. These machines use HEPA filters designed to capture 99.97% of all airborne and microscopic dust and mold spores. 
  3. Mold Removal – Carefully remove the mold contaminated materials and other impacted building materials. The mold removal will focus on a controlled demolition and removal of mold contaminated items in order to prevent the stirring up of additional mold spores. 
  4. HEPA Vacuuming – Vacuum the mold contaminated area using a special vacuum equipped with HEPA filters designed to capture 99.97% of all microscopic mold spores which pass through the air filters. 
  5. Treatment – Treat the area with an EPA registered anti-microbial and stain remover to prevent the return of any mold. 
  6. Inspection – A detailed inspection is performed to ensure all treated areas are free of any mold. 
  7. Clean up – The isolation materials and any other equipment used during the mold remediation are cleaned up and removed. 
  8. Containment Removal – When the project is complete, the containment is taken down and any final repairs can be completed. 

If you suspect you have mold contamination, don’t wait, call Quick Environmental today.