Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

An Unwanted Guest

This mold was discovered in a basement wall when an adjacent wall was damaged due to a burst pipe. This mold likely grew over a period of months, unbeknownst to the homeowner. Upon discovering it, SERVPRO was able to remediate the entire basement area to provide peace of mind to the homeowner that this was not lingering anywhere else.

Under The Tile

Because of all the moisture in your bathroom, mold can easily grow under tiles. When it gets so bad that it's visible through the grout, it can be shocking once the tiles are removed!

Pitch Perfect!

If your window air conditioner unit isn't installed and pitched correctly, it can sometimes lead to mold. It's best to continually check under window sills, inside and outside, for sign of growth.

A Cut Above

Crews begin cutting the drywall above the water line to ensure moisture won't lead to mold growth. Not taking these extra steps, in the remediation, after water or storm damage can lead to more problems down the road.

Where There's Moisture, There Could Be Mold

Mold was found behind the drywall of Page School when it was removed during clean up of a water damage caused by a burst sprinkler pipe. SERVPRO was able to address this after the water damage was contained.

So Many Different Types of Mold!

If you already know that so many different types of mold existed, then you probably also know it's best to call a professional to remove it. If you're like the rest of us who are surprised to learn there are so many types, then here's your news flash! It’s important to get your home dried out your home as much as possible, since mold thrives in wet and humid environments. Professionals will use air movers, dehumidifiers and HEPA air scrubbers that work together to eliminate moisture and dry out the air and surfaces. They’ll also wear safety gear like gloves, a mask and eye goggles.