Mold Removal Services in DeKalb, IL
Professional mold removal and remediation is critical because mold can be a hidden menace that makes people ill, damages your
property, and decreases the value of your home or business. Proper mold removal can prevent family members or employees undue suffering from invisible airborne contaminants from black mold or other mold and mildew. Your customers or visitors may also have allergic reactions to mold or be offended by odors when mold cleanup is not done promptly.
ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning Services by Skip in DeKalb offers expert mold removal services. The most obvious risk is after a flood or other water damage. However, any kind of moisture in a contained space along with the right temperatures can cause an outbreak of mold. And, if you can’t see it, it may not be apparent until other indicators—such as human health symptoms—arise. Mold can be growing beneath carpets, between walls, in basements, crawl spaces, ducts, and drainage areas. Let us be your mold cleanup team and set your mind at rest.
If you experience . . .
- Damp, musty odors
- Cold, flu, or asthma symptoms
- Off-season allergies
- Recurring headaches
- Trouble sleeping
. . . then you may well have a need for mold remediation in one or more rooms or in your ventilating systems.
- Dark patches on walls, ceilings, mop boards, trim, or edging
- Similar stains on carpets, draperies, furniture, or other wood fixtures or fabric
If you are in DeKalb, Sycamore, or anywhere else in DeKalb or Northern LaSalle counties and you think you may have mold, contact us immediately for professional mold abatement. We have a four-step process for mold removal and prevention.
- Conduct a thorough mildew and mold inspection, searching the areas you can’t see or reach to locate the problem and its cause
- Remove all materials that cannot be cleaned or salvaged
- Thoroughly treat all affected surfaces with antimicrobials and fungicides to kill the mold and clean the areas involved
- Help you understand how the mold took hold and what changes or practices may help prevent future problems