IAQ Strategies Technicians follow guidelines and procedures to ensure proper mold removal.

Step 1

Contain and induce a negative air pressure to the infected area to ensure airborne spores do not spread to other areas of the building.

Step 2

if the initial mold inspection is determined to be a high level of infection, the area must be cleaned and disinfected prior to continue further

Step 3

Remove all infected material from the building in sealed bags and containers.

Step 4

We destroy the mold with a fogging process by gentlyapplying IAQ’s Solution 1 to the surface, not to disturbthe mold and keep humidity level to a minimum withoutsaturating the surface material.

The fogging process also ensures that any spores that are releasedand become airborne will be destroyed by the air bournsolution.

Step 5

The mold is now ready for extraction. After IAQ Solution 1 has destroyed and dried out the mold, IAQ Solution 2 is also applied on. This keeps humidity level to a minimum without saturating the surface material. IAQ Solution 2 is a crystallizing solution that is quickly absorbed by the dry, dead mold that can be as deep as 1/4 inch into a surface. As the solution cures, it crystalizes from the surface inward, drawing the roots out.

Step 6

IAQ Solution 3 is an encapsulation process that ensures none of the extracted microbial growth can become airborne during the HEPA vacuum process.

Step 7

We then HEPA vacuum the infected area to ensure all dead mold, dust, and debris is removed from the area.

Step 8

Finally, we treat the building with a high-level ozone treatment to eliminate airborne mold spores, odors and bacteria in the rest of the building.


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