OUR CRAWL SPACE MOLD REMEDIATION AND REMOVAL SERVICES KEEP YOUR FAMILY BREATHING EASY
No matter who you are, or where you live, everyone needs to reduce the amount of mold and mildew in the air they are breathing in.
If you smell a musty odor in your home or workplace, there is a good chance that it is probably mold or mildew. Of course, if you actually see mold in your home or office, then you know you have a problem. The bad news is, most of the toxic mold floating around in our air is actually invisible to the naked eye, but still may be seriously affecting your health.
Sedona Waterproofing Solutions takes the removal or remediation of mold very seriously.
MOLD REMEDIATION AND REMOVAL FOR YOUR CRAWL SPACE
Depending on where you live, you know that most homes are built with either a crawl space or basement. Local weather conditions in the southern United States includes high humidity and seasonal storms. Moisture and mold can be a common problem in a homes crawl space or basement. Mold and mildew can cause unhealthy living conditions such as poor air quality in your home.
Our Mold Removal Process:
The removal of all existing affected insulation and decay from your crawl space or basement.
Eradicate the Infestation
Chemical cleaning and the wiping of your entire crawl space area eradicating the entire mold growth infestation.
The Sedona Waterproofing Solutions team will have a HEPA vacuum that will be pulling mold spores out of your space’s air, immediately improving the air quality in your Home.
Our professionally trained staff will perform a thorough cleaning of all of the ducts, wire, pipes and all the structural wood members.
HOW SEDONA WATERPROOFING REMEDIES MOLD ISSUES
We can effectively build moisture minimizing controls into your home’s crawl space or basement. Our skilled staff will remediate the active molds and decay helping you and your family to breathe healthier vented air in your home.
WHAT IS MOLD IN A CRAWL SPACE
Generally, mold is a fungus that grows in dark places with water or moisture. Only a small amount of water is needed for mold to grow. Mold can grow on wooden joists, subfloor, brick, cement or concrete. Under the ideal conditions, mold can grow not just in the crawl space, but into you home from behind the walls. The big problem with mold arises with with unhealthy air quality in your home.
SIGNS OF A CRAWL SPACE MOLD PROBLEM
- Hardwood flooring starting to warp or buckle.
- Unhealthy air quality that causes health issues such as allergies and asthma or even headaches when in the home.
- Strong musty odors in the home.
- Leaking or broken plumbing pipes that cause standing water in the crawl space.
- Rodents or insects in the crawl space.
WHAT CAUSES CRAWL SPACE MOLD?
For mold to grow in a crawl space, four things are needed. Mold spores which are already in the air, an organic material for the mold to grow on such as wood, moisture from water or humidity and the correct temperature.
Additional factors include,
- Humid weather that enters the crawl space
- Poor drainage or grading of a yard
- Moisture that evaporates from the soil or walls in the foundation
- Leaking pipes that cause constant moisture
WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE A SEALED CRAWL SPACE
A crawl space can be a very unhealthy place. Sealing a crawl space creates a dry environment, eliminates mold and keeps insects and rodents away from the home. The goal of a sealed crawl space is to separate it from the exterior moisture outside the home by creating a vapor barrier on the floor and walls of the crawl space.
Additionally, an encapsulated crawl space can help reduce utility costs by lowering heating and cooling costs. A sealed crawl space can also increase the value of your home. A crawl space encapsulation shows potential buyers that care was taken to improve the home, improve air quality in the living space and make better living conditions.
If you believe your crawl space has mold or you are seeing some of the symptoms of unhealthy air conditions, contact Sedona Waterproofing Solutions for a free inspection.