Mold can grow anywhere, though it thrives in warm, dark, humid spaces. Under these conditions, it will spread rapidly — often, the full extent of the problem is not visible, which makes mold remediation a persistent challenge in disaster recovery.
Mold remediation requires several steps. First, the underlying cause must be addressed. This means draining water from the area and fixing any leaks or other issues that contributed to the problem. Often, it will be necessary to remediate or replace carpeting and furniture in the impacted space.
Then, the space must be disinfected to kill mold spores and stop them from reproducing. Contaminated drywall and other materials must be replaced. Vacuuming using a special filter is then required to remove any remaining spores. Failing to do any of these steps properly can lead to future problems.
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Reynolds has a longstanding reputation as the team to trust for any disaster recovery issue. We work quickly to contain the issue and document all our work.