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How to hire a mold mitigation company

Do you own residential or commercial property that you are personally responsible for maintaining or are you the manager of a piece of property where the owner leaves it to you to take care of anything that malfunctions? There are many responsibilities that arise as a result of this position, including proper cleaning. Though you may be tempted to take matters into your own hands, there are many types of cleaning projects which you need to leave to professionals in order to make certain that you and others who enter the building and surrounding areas are safe.

Toxic black mold is certainly one of the growths that you do not want to risk tackling on your own. In fact, the moment you notice it, you should cut off the air supply to the room, and close it up until you get a contractor there to fix it. The reason that you must close the heater vents leading to the contaminated room is that you do not want to have spores from the toxic mold spreading to the rest of your home. If this happens, you could end up with this harmful and disturbing mold turning up in various places outside of the original room where it began.

There are several different ways that you may develop toxic mold in your home. One of them is if you had a small leak somewhere that went on for quite some time before you or anyone else noticed that it was there. This often happens under the home, or in some out of the way place that people do not frequently go to in the home.

A good example of this is the basement. If your basement does not have adequate insulation and various other means to reduce the risk of water build up, there is a good chance that toxic mold could be growing in one or more places right now.

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Likewise, if your home was flooded in the past, there is a chance that you have toxic mold growing somewhere in the leakage zone, such as the inside of your walls or ceiling. Whether the flood was from a natural disaster or a busted pipe, water likely accumulated in many locations, as it tends to go for the low ground thanks to gravity. If you performed the cleanup yourself, you may have missed some of this standing water and wet areas surrounding it. This could be the cause of toxic mold or other hazardous growths in those areas. If you employed a specialist who cleans up after floods, this is much less likely to occur if the company used moisture detection meters and infrared cameras along with proper drying equipment such as air movers and dehumidifiers.

Toxic mold is very hazardous to the residents of your home as well as guests. Those with allergies, children, pregnant or nursing moms and pets are all at risk for developing respiratory or other serious medical repercussions as a result of exposure to the spores. If you attempt to clean the area yourself, it is likely that you will disturb these super light-weight spores and give them the opportunity to spread. Even with your window or windows open, the spores can still lurk in and around your home, causing damage to those unfortunate enough to encounter them.

Once you have discovered the mold and eliminated all circulation and traffic regarding the room, you need to hire a toxic mold removal company. These experts have the training and education necessary to complete the task without leaving any residual mold spores behind. It’s also very important that you look at the type of certification the company has. These days anyone can go to an online training academy and get certified to remove mold in as little as three DAYS! AmeriDri has the top mold remediation and mold inspection certifications that requires 2 years minimum of field experience before you can even get certified  and also ACAC requires 40 hours of verified professional development for every two-year re certification. Who would you rather hire, someone that can go online to get certified in 3 days or the company with the top certification in the industry. I think you’ll agree with me that a company that has to re certify every two years with mold industry education classes is by far the best choice.

Use your favorite search engine to look for restoration contractors in your area who specialize in these types of removals. Check out their websites to see if they display their information regarding insurance and bonding. Also it’s important to check them out on your local better business bureau to see their rating, reviews, and length of time in business. http://www.ameridri.com/ has been performing mold inspections and mitigation’s for over 23 years in New Mexico and Colorado. There’s many great mold mitigation companies in Colorado Springs, but whoever you choose make sure to do your research before hiring any of them.

Additionally, find out how many employees are on staff and what the hiring procedure is. For example, does each one have to submit to a drug test before hiring and a background check on a regular basis thereafter. You definitely do not want to let anyone work in your home that may have a background of theft, burglary, or any types of violent crimes. The more you know, the better.

Then, contact each of the companies that you like and ask if they can come over and provide you with a free written estimate. While there, observe their level of professionalism, both in dress and demeanor. Use that information along with the price quotes to decide which of these toxic mold removal companies is the right one for you.

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Joe Crivello, CEO, AmeriDri
http://www.ameridri.com/
30 Buchanan Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Ph. 719-388-8509 Fax: 866-243-0661 Email: ameridri@gmail.com

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