Some Common Mold Remediation Equipment


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If you’ve ever had mold in your home, you’ve probably tried to remove it yourself. Maybe you’ve used chemicals like bleach or a multipurpose cleaner. And, you also probably found out that those methods didn’t quite work out. Mold, as you might know, doesn’t just affect the surface where you see it. The effects of mold go deeper than the surface. Most of the time, the problem is much more than simply a black spot on the wall. So, it’s important to have professionals look into the mold growths and evaluate the problem. These companies can use mold remediation equipment that can attack the mold more thoroughly.

Some Info About Mold Remediation Equipment

There are a couple of common equipment that professional mold remediation companies can use. These tools help with speedy and in-depth mold removal. A couple of tools that can be used include:

  • Air movers are machines that help to increase the airflow in the area. Excess moisture encourages mold growth. So, using an air mover can help to dry wet areas quickly. If there is water damage, these tools are a great way to begin mold growth prevention. Air movers shouldn’t be used in areas where mold is already growing. This is because mold spores spread through the air. So, air movers cause the spores to be removed from the area they’ve been impacting and could possibly cause the spores to start a growth elsewhere in the house or office.
  • A dehumidifier is a type of mold remediation equipment that helps remove moisture from the air. They also work to dry any wet objects in the room. Removing this moisture in the air or on the furniture or building materials helps to prevent mold development. When air is warm, it tends to hold more moisture. Dehumidifiers cool the air in the room in order to remove the humidity from the air.
  • A negative air machine grabs air and puts it under what’s called negative pressure. When this happens, the air is filtered and then is disbursed. This action allows the air to be cleansed of the mold spores that might have been present.
  • Air scrubbers remove contaminating particles from the air. These tools use HEPA filters to complete their job. HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate air. These filters force air through a web-like mesh. Contaminants are then trapped in the mesh. Air scrubbers combined with their HEPA filters are great for eliminating mold causing elements and other harmful particles from the air.

Removing Mold From Your Home or Office

These and other machines are very helpful when it comes to preventing or remediating mold growths. If you own a business, you’ll want to keep your employees healthy and happy. Or, if you are a homeowner, you’d like to make sure your family stays well. One way to do either of those things is to keep the atmosphere free of harmful particles. You’ll need to prevent mold from growing in your office or home. And, if mold has already begun to grow, you’ll need to remove it as soon as possible.

It’s best to avoid trying to treat most mold growths on your own. Sometimes, the problem is a lot bigger than it seems. It’s better to err on the side of caution and call in the professionals. If you need help getting rid of some mold in your home or place of business, we’re the ones for the job!

We are A Plus Mold Remediation Inc. and we specialize in keeping you and the people around you safe from harmful mold development. We work to make sure every bit of the harmful particles are removed. Contact us today or request an estimate on our website!