Our mitigation teams are trained in the latest remediation procedures for mold affected areas. Since mold requires moisture to grow, one of our first tasks is to determine the source of the moisture to ensure that it is repaired prior to remediation. We quickly isolate and contain the mold area to prevent spores from migrating and cross contaminating other unaffected areas. Our remediation teams come well-equipped and our restoration teams soon follow to do whatever is required, including seamlessly matching drywall textures and paint and making seemless transitions between old and new.

Mold contamination can result in symptoms such as headaches, drowsiness, muscle aches, upper respiratory problems, or nose bleeds. Worse still, these symptoms can result in transmitting illness to others. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms contact your doctor immediately and avoid the mold infested area until it is professionally treated and removed.

No matter how small the mold damage may appear to be, it is in your best interest to employ a certified mold remediation and restoration company. Just because you remove the sight of mold, it does not mean the mold is gone. If not properly treated and contained, you mold problem can continue to occur. If you have questions about your situation please contact Apex for a free estimate.