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What Is The Difference Between Mold Removal and Remediation?

Oct 10, 2023 | Blog, Services We Provide, Tips and How Tos

Do you currently have mold spores in your home or on your property? This can be a dangerous situation as exposure to mold can be toxic to you and those around you. When you find mold in your home, it’s important to get it out ASAP. This is when you call a trusted remediation and restoration company like Fire Dawgs Restoration. However, you may have heard the terminology ‘mold removal’ and ‘mold remediation’. But what is the difference between mold removal and remediation? Fire Dawgs Restoration has the answers you seek and more. Read on to learn more.

What Is The Difference Between Mold Removal and Remediation?

What Is Mold Removal?

But what is mold removal? Mold removal is the process of removing the mold from the home or building that the mold is currently contaminating. This is done when the mold is only on the surface of non-porous or semi-porous materials, meaning the materials can be salvageable through removal of the mold spores and sanitation of the materials.

What Is Mold Remediation?

Then what is mold remediation? Mold remediation is the process removing all the mold and the damaged construction materials when the mold makes the materials irretrievable or non-salvageable. This results in the remediation team utilizing demolition practices to rip and tear out structural materials such as wood, dry wall, etc.

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So What Is The Difference?

But what is the difference between mold removal and remediation? To but it simply, remediation is the process of removing contaminated material and mold. Mold removal is the removal of actual mold from surfaces, but not removing the material.

But how can you tell which situation you’re dealing with? To do so, you’ll need a team of restoration specialists to come out and give you an in-person inspection of your property to provide you with an answer. But who can you trust to analyze the situation and quality perform service? Look no further than Fire Dawgs Restoration! But how can Fire Dawgs assist you during this process?

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How Can Fire Dawgs Restoration Help You With Your Mold And Remediation Removal Service?

Fire Dawgs Restoration provides property restoration services to help you get your space back to normal! Our team of IICRC certified master restoration technician can help you with your mold and remediation removal service by developing a plan to identify, contain, and remove your mold. Our team works 24/7, providing you emergency services at your time of need. However, please keep in mind that our Restoration team does not do build back following a remediation service. Some of the benefits of our service include:

  • All Master Certified IICRC Technicians are our team members.
  • We are fully licensed, insured and certified to handle your remediation and restoration project.
  • Every service comes with a free, no-obligation estimates prior to your service.
  • We accept insurance payments for all our restoration services.
  • We are local and veteran and firefighter founded.

Ready to get a quote on your service? Great! Read on to find out how you can schedule your free, in-person estimate today.

Call Today For A Free Estimate On Your Mold And Remediation Removal Service Today!

Our customer service team is standing by, waiting to get you scheduled for your free quote! Pick-up the phone and call us at 317-291-FIRE or contact us online for your mold and remediation removal service. Want to see how we’re helping customers restore and reclaim their space? Give our restoration team a follow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok to see our Dawg Tough team gets “IT” done! We hope we provided you with good information on the difference between mold removal and remediation and hope to have the opportunity to serve you in the near future with our award-winning service.

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