Four Common Mistakes of DIY Mold Treatment
DIY mold removal sounds like a reasonable idea to most homeowners, but the truth is it can be costly. Without the right tools and knowledge, you are likely to make the situation worse. Here is a list of the most destructive mistakes to avoid:
Using bleach as a mold removal agent. Bleach is not an effective remedy for mold. It doesn’t work on non-textured areas, and it creates a health risk in your home. We get the job done using natural, family-friendly products that are fully lab-tested.
Insufficient cleaning methods. When you deal with mold, you have to account for the small particles that become airborne. We utilize professional equipment, such as negative air machines, to reduce cross-contamination.
Overlooking hidden mold. Many assume that mold is always visible, but this is not the case. To get to the bottom of your mold issues, you need to have professionals inspect your property.
Ignoring the source of your mold problems. Mold grows in moist environments, so the presence of mold in your home is an indication of a larger moisture issue. To solve this problem, you need to find the root cause, rather than the symptoms.
Schedule Westfield’s Expert Mold Removal
Our detailed mold removal provides Westfield homes with a quick, efficient, cost-effective solution that abides by environmental regulations and uses EPA-certified products. We are proud to save you from the stress and frustration of DIY mold cleanup with comprehensive service that helps you get control of your mold issues.
Our service area includes the following communities:
- Berkeley Heights
- And the surrounding areas
Green Home Solutions provides family-friendly mold removal for Westfield area properties. Our service is fast-acting, affordable, and highly effective. To get started, give us a call today at (908) 886-5301.
Note: Our mold remediation services follow the guidelines and directions of the products we use and the various industry organizations to which we subscribe. Any claims of “removal” should not be considered a commitment or agreement of any kind.