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They responded immediately. Cleanup was fast and great. They did a good job.

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Mold Damage Remediation

Inspection & Assesment
American Property Restoration begins by consulting with you, your insurance company and indoor environmental professionals. An assessment is made of ambient conditions including moisture content and humidity levels. This will determine 1) is a loss indicated, 2) the cause of the loss, 3) remediation scope of work and 4) a cost estimate for removal. Once the estimate is accepted, work can begin quickly.

Mold Containment and Health & Safety
Containment barriers are constructed to prevent the spread of mold spores and mycelia fragments to unaffected areas of your home or office. To protect the health of American Property Restoration technicians from mold, protective clothing and full-face respirators will be worn. The affected areas are placed under negative pressurization with HEPA filtration to remove mold spores that become airborne during the remediation process.

Mold & Contents
Contents from mold affected areas will be sealed and removed to American Property Restoration facility for clearing. All articles will be inventoried and recorded. Your items can be stored and returned to your home or office when the mold remediation and rebuild is complete.

Mold & Structure
Technicians will first stabilize the environment to control moisture levels if necessary. Areas with heavy mold growth will be cleaned, sanded, HEPA vacuumed or removed as necessary.

Mold & Air System
If microbial growth is on a non-porous surface within your air system, American Property Restoration technicians use our proprietary equipment to clean and treat the system with an antimicrobial solution.

Mold & Microbial Clearance Testing
Once the areas have passed environmental testing. Your home or office is then ready to be turned over to the general contractor of your choice for reconstruction.

Emergency Restoration

  • Catastrophic Storm Response
  • Flood Disaster Restoration
  • Commercial Large Loss Response
  • IICRC Certified Firm
  • Referred by Insurance Companies
  • FEMA Registered Contractor
  • Fire, Smoke, & Soot Damage

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