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Mold Containment Space in Hickory, NC

Mold Containment Space in Hickory, NC

We were called in to take care of a mold growth problem that was affecting a family's opportunity to sell their home. Our mold specialists visited the Hickory, NC home and set-up a containment space so the disturbed mold spores wouldn't travel to other areas.

Mold Damage – Brookford

Mold Damage – Brookford

Mold damage in Brookford calls for the latest most sophisticated procedures and equipment available to mitigate loss from mold infestation. Shown here is a dehumidification console used to aid in the drying process when cleaning up the conditions that caused the mold.

Mold Damage – Brookford Home

Mold Damage – Brookford Home

Mold damage at this Brookford home showed up behind the baseboard. A mold infestation of this nature involves cutting away a portion of the drywall to allow for cleaning and an application of an antimicrobial substance to inhibit future mold growth. The molding can be cleaned and reused.

Not So Sweetwater Mold Damage

Not So Sweetwater Mold Damage

The bathroom in this Sweetwater house was destroyed by a mold growth in the area of the leak. SERVPRO can remove and safely discard mold infested materials before starting the remediation process. Rely on us for a safe conclusion to any mold problem in your home or business.

Mountainview Mold Damage Detection

Mountainview Mold Damage Detection

Mold damage in Mountainview can be detected even if it is hidden behind walls or in between layers of flooring. SERVPRO uses lighted Borescope Inspection Cameras for visible access to hard to reach or otherwise inaccessible areas. This tool can be invaluable in the detection of mold damage in homes. If you suspect mold in your residence or business, call SERVPRO of Catawba County West 24/7 at (828) 322-4000. We will apply the latest technology to remediate your damage.

Mold in Hickory Tub

Mold in Hickory Tub

Mold growth developed in this Hickory bathtub due to excess moisture and lack of ventilation. We used an antifungal agent and killed the mold and suggested that an exhaust fan be installed to mitigate moisture.