Bainbridge Island Mold Remediation
Mold damage can be remediated according to the size of the infestation and the depth of the root-like hyphae that anchor these fungi to a surface. In this Bainbridge Island walk-in closet, the lack of air circulation resulted in a moisture buildup that fueled a strong growth. The lower level of the drywall can be neatly cutout, bagged for removal without the risk of cross-contamination, and then an antifungal agent sprayed into the wall voids. The growth of mold in another area of this house has minor mold development on the walls and by the molding. Our AMRT applied microbial remediation technicians can use a gentle soda-blasting technique to scrape off the limited growth and then vacuum up any residual particles. We can minimize the demolition where feasible, much to the delight of our customers.