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Mold & Mildew Treatment

If you have moisture, you may have mold and mildew. Fighting the growth of mold and mildew is a common problem—especially due to mold’s proclivity for hiding in dark, inaccessible spaces. Once it gains a foothold in your building—and it can do so anywhere that has the right humidity levels—mold can transmit their tiny reproductive spores through the air, infesting wood, foods, carpet and paper, as well as several other types of materials.

Damage and rot caused by the unchecked (and often undiscovered) growth of mold and mildew can be an expensive problem to repair. And the dangers posed by mold go far beyond the possible property damage it can cause. With mold and mildew representing a growing environmental health concern, you may be looking at the creation of an unhealthy workplace, with all of the problems that can accompany it. And a breeding ground of mold and mildew in your home can endanger the health of your family.

The good news is that, in the battle against the ever-present threat of mold and mildew, it pays to turn to the experts. All County Environmental & Restoration specializes in mold and mildew cleanup and restoration. Water damage is a common culprit in mold growth, requiring quick and professional cleanup. If your property suffers water damage, call in All County Environmental & Restoration immediately to assess the damage and restore your property to a safe state.

For those who are looking at an ongoing problem with mold and mildew, All County also specializes in mold and mildew abatement. We will help minimize the indoor moisture that is the major culprit of chronic mold growth, and continue to inspect and treat your property on an ongoing basis to keep it (and your family or employees) safe and healthy.

Whether your unfortunate situation is the result of a natural disaster or faulty construction, All County Environmental & Restoration urges you to contact us for emergency mold and mildew cleanup, restoration, and abatement services to avoid the problems associated with mold.