This project is a commercial mold remediation and decontamination. A prolonged water leak from an unsealed hole in an exterior wall caused water damage and mold growth on both sides of an interior wall. This wall separated the bathroom and the hallway of this church. After building our containment and establishing negative air pressure with our HEPA air scrubbers, we removed all the mold affected drywall, treated all the studs and wood framing, and encapsulated all the studs and wood framing to prevent future mold growth concerns. We then installed new drywall and painted. We also fixed the water leak so that this issue never happens again.
It’s so important to build a containment and establish negative air pressure whenever your doing any kind of remediation, restoration, abatement, or mitigation. This will prevent cross contamination concerns and eliminate the potential of needing to come back to the job again to redo your work. It’s also important that if you have mold affected drywall, that you don’t just paint over the mold growth, the mold will come back and grow through the paint if you do this. Just remove the mold affected drywall and replace it. You must also fix the initial water incursion that caused the mold growth or it will come back.
P.O Box 124
Middletown, DE 19709
We are here to help you in your time of need. If you have water incursion issues, just call us and we will take care of everything. We will make it as if the issue never occurred. We know that when these emergencies happen, you have enough to deal with. Let us take as much off your plate as we possibly can. If you have any indoor air quality concerns please feel free to give us a call anytime at 302-518-7487.
If you want to see any other types of IAQ projects or just have questions about something going on in your home, please feel free to call me anytime, or comment down below. Thank you all for watching, thank you all for your time, and we look forward to seeing you on the next video.