As professional and licensed Mold Removal Company, we know that you can remove the mold but if you don't remove the source, the problem will just keep returning.
The first step in Mold Remediation would be to get rid of any moisture in the home or business that is allowing for the growth of mold spores. If there is mold in clothing or on furniture it can be removed and it can be restored to eliminate any odors and prevent any additional damage.
Mold has to be physically removed using an EPA approved anti-fungal containing detergent. If the amount of mold is too great, then the company has to, not only perform Mold Remediation but they may have to remove and replace the building materials. In extreme and rare cases, whole buildings have been condemned if the mold has been allowed to grow rampant as mold remediation is no longer a cost effective option.
The whole goal of Mold Remediation is to clean or remove any areas or surfaces that might be contaminated with mold and to prevent it from spreading to other areas that were not previously contaminated.
A biocide is an option that can be easily found but is not recommended since it is a poisonous chemical and it can cause a reaction from the chemical itself or still within dead mold. There are various different methods that are used to remove mold from a home or office. Instead there are various different methods to Mold Removal, a few examples are:
Contamination levels in the United States are numbered levels I, II, III, and IV which dictate the size of the area that needs Mold Remediation.