Mold Remediation Services in Buffalo, NY
Servicing the Corning, Horseheads, Lancaster, Lockport, Niagara Falls, Elmira, & Ithaca, NY Area
Mold in homes and mold contamination is a rapidly growing concern for homeowners, property managers, insurance providers and restoration companies in the Buffalo, NY area. Mold such as black mold can grow in as little as 48 hours any time excessive moisture is present indoors, whether the moisture is the result of a flood, a slow leak, a broken pipe, or just high humidity. Indoor mold contamination has been identified as a major contributor to allergies and poor indoor air quality. When you are experiencing issues with mold then it is time to contact the mold removal and mold remediation team at ServiceMaster of the Tri-Counties.
What Exactly Is Mold?
Mold is a surface growth that can be visible or hidden from sight. Mold is a living organism that grows by extending thread-like strands called hyphae and replicates by shedding spores. This seemingly small organism can have a pretty severe impact. Though some molds can just be an irritation, it depends on the type of mold and the person being affected. Mild to fatal molds can grow in our homes which indicates water presence as the food source. These molds can spread quickly as they only need a little bit of moisture to fuel their growth, which is why it is important to rely on trained professionals to deal with mold removal.
Contact Our Mold Remediation Team Today!
ServiceMaster of the Tri-Counties has completed intensive mold removal and remediation training and is a Certified Mold Remediator. We follow the protocol developed by an environmental testing company in removing this danger from your home or business. Our experienced staff works carefully, fast, and safely. We are complete with the job only when the area tests 100% mold free. We engage the proper procedures for handling mold claims and are prepared to handle small or large areas affected by mold that may be encountered in the course of normal water damage mitigation services.