WP Restoration Offers Testing and Full Remediation for Existing Mold
When should you test for mold?
- When you do not see any visible mold, but a moldy smell is present. A mold inspection and mold testing can reveal if there is an elevated presence of mold, and where it is located.
- There have been plumbing leaks or water issues and there is a suspicion that elevated mold may exist in the air and/or behind walls.
Whether your mold remediation needs are large or small, you can rest assured WP Restoration will provide a detailed quality resolution so you can get back to life knowing your home is a healthy place again for your family. It is important to remember that when performing a mold remediation your goal is to remove the mold completely, not just kill it. Mold spores are toxigenic and allergenic whether they are dead or alive. WP Restoration follows the IICRC S520 Standard for Professional Mold Remediation, which requires the use of an abrasive cleaning method and a HEPA filtered vacuum. It is considered the most effective and safest method to remove mold.
Benefect has been reviewed for safety, efficacy and environmental impact by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and offers the following advantages:
- Kills Over 99.99% of Germs
- Virucidal (HIV-1) • Bactericidal (Including MRSA)
- Fungicidal, Tuberculocidal
- Made From Plant Extracts
- Pleasant Aromatherapeutic Vapors
- No Synthetic Fragrances, Dyes or Bleach
- No Cautions/Warnings on The Label or MSDS Sheets
- No Rinse or Wipe Required
- No Mixing Required
Contact us today with any questions or concerns, or to schedule an appointment.
“In most cases, if visible mold growth is present, sampling is unnecessary. Since no EPA or other federal limits have been set for mold or mold spores, sampling cannot be used to check a building’s compliance with federal mold standards. Surface sampling may be useful to determine if an area has been adequately cleaned or remediated. Sampling for mold should be conducted by professionals who have specific experience in designing mold sampling protocols, sampling methods, and interpreting results. Sample analysis should follow analytical methods recommended by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), or other professional organizations.” (Source: EPA)