Mold Remediation & Water Damage Restoration in Daphne, Fairhope, Spanish Fort and Surrounding Areas
We break the mold.
Mold is unattractive and smells bad. It’s worse than that, though: mold can have serious health consequences, as well as causing discoloration and damage to your structure. Mold grows fast, especially in the humid Gulf Coast climate, so you need to move faster with effective mold remediation.
ServiceMaster Restoration by The Griffin Company is here to help around the clock with mold damage to your Mobile County, Baldwin County and surrounding communities home or business. We work with nationally recognized testing facilities and can provide mold inspection, lab analysis and written remediation plans. Our trained technicians are well versed in identifying and eliminating mold’s causes and sources, as well as preventing growth of existing mold. For us, it’s all about helping you get your life back to normal and Restoring Peace of Mind®. We will work with your insurance company to keep the lines of communication open regarding proper procedures. Please call us at (251) 473-7766 when you need our help with mold remediation.
We service customers in Mobile, Theodore, Prichard, Eight Mile, Saraland, Satsuma, Irvington, Grand Bay, Bayou La Batre, Semmes, Daphne, Fairhope, Spanish Fort, Point Clear, Foley, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Loxley, Stapleton, Elberta, Seminole, Lillian, Magnolia Springs, Bon Secur, and Perdido Keys and surrounding areas.
Although the exact means of eradicating mold will differ from case to case, the basic process remains the same. When addressing mold contamination, we:
Observe and assess, Report Our observations to your insurance company, Establish extent of contamination, and isolate/contain the contaminated area, Determine appropriate procedures: environmental testing, establish mold types and baseline levels, preparing a written remediation plan, remove mold, and protect against spore spread.
Why Your Home Smells.
From fried fish to a filthy litterbox, most smells in your home are fairly easy to pinpoint. There are, however, more insidious aromas that linger and seem impossible to eliminate, no matter how many bottles of Febreeze you unleash. To keep these odors from taking over your home, first, you have to identify them.
There is Hidden Mold.
Maybe you’ve noticed a “musty” or “wet cardboard” smell in your home. Or perhaps you’ve referred to it as “old home smell.” Either way, one of the most common causes of lingering, musty smells, especially in older homes, is hidden mold, usually in the walls.
As you probably know, some types of mold can be toxic. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), most household mold problems under 10 square feet are safe enough to clean on your own and don’t need a professional, but to be safe, you should read up on the different types of mold at the EPA’s website here.
Then, the first real order of business? Figure out where that mold might be hiding. Here are some common culprits:
Poor ventilation in kitchen and bathrooms
Window frames where condensation builds up
Your Carpet and Walls Have Absorbed Years of Stink.
Carpets and paint can absorb bad smells over time: smoke, pet urine and spilled milk.
ServiceMaster has a solution for each of these issues. We have the equipment and experience to eliminate the odors in a safe and efficient manner.
Our solutions to odor problems include the following:
- Carpet cleaning – hot water solution
- Fogging – Thermal fogging which penetrates fabric and other porous materials down to 4 microns
- Ozone Generator – removes food, skunk and smoke smells and kills microbes like bacteria and viruses, as well as small insects like fleas.
- Hydroxyl Generator – removes bacteria, viruses, mold, fumes, gases, vapors and nasty odors, by using hydroxyl radicals to react with the chemicals that have caused them and destroy the source of the problem
“Quick and efficient. Superior service and attention to every detail. Took over the insurance and mortgage handling directly so it lessened the stress and hassle for me.” Danielle, Daphne, Alabama