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Mold Removal: Orange County’s Able Restoration Provides an Overview of the Process

If this is your first time dealing with mold, you may not be sure of what to expect with mold removal. Orange County property owners have to know one thing first, however: it’s important to react quickly.

Mold can easily become airborne and spread throughout the property. As a result, people inside can breathe in these particles, and for some individuals, prolonged exposure can lead to significant health problems.

Fortunately, a knowledgeable provider can prevent these concerns with professional mold removal. Orange County’s Able Restoration has been at work for years, helping home and business owners get rid of mold by treating the problem at its source.

We make sure that mold is thoroughly removed by using high-quality equipment and a proven process. Learn more about our work below.

Evaluating the Issue

After we receive your call, we come out to your property to learn about the issues your building is having. We also take this time to communicate what we will do during the mold restoration. Orange County owners need to know what to expect so that they can plan ahead; for example, if we are working on their home, they may need to keep away from of the affected area for a certain period of time.

If the property has sustained water damage, the first step we take is to get rid of the moisture and remove damaged flooring, baseboards, drywall, and ceiling. Even if there is no water damage, our technicians will take time to assess the extent of the mold problem beyond what is readily visible. Often, there are issues behind drywall or within the building’s framework.

Remediation

Once we have assessed the mold problem, we go beyond simply “removing” visible mold and focus on complete remediation. For example, our team will raise the surfaces of affected areas to extract spores that may still be embedded inside.

Using an industrial-strength HEPA-vac system and other equipment, we get rid of the mold spores and residue. To keep particles from spreading during mold removal, we also use a containment system. This keeps the problem from spreading to other areas of Orange County properties.

Final Steps

During the removal process, we apply biodegradable germicides to prevent microbial growth, and we use industrial-strength products to remove lingering mildew odor. As work nears completion, we also recommend testing by a third-party environmental hygienist. This helps ensure that the air quality inside is the same as the outside of the building. Once mold is no longer a factor, water damaged properties will be repaired to their pre-damaged conditions (or better.)

As with all of Able Restoration’s services, you can expect to be kept up-to-date about our progress at every stage of work. Our team takes pride in providing excellent communication, listening to your feedback, and ensuring a good experience with our professionals.

Get more details about our mold removal work in Orange County. Contact Able Restoration at 1-800-696-6676.

Riverside Headquarters

3940 Garner Road
Riverside, CA 92501
800.696.6676 Toll Free 951.686.3841 P
951.686.4715 F

San Diego Office

858.653.0430 P
858.653.0376 F

About Us

Able Restoration has been the largest provider of water damage services to Riverside, Orange County, San Bernardino and Los Angeles residents since 1996. We understand how water damage can occur in your home, how it can be prevented and how to repair it. One of the most commonly believed causes of water damage in are harsh hurricanes or tropical storms. However, we find that water damage is frequently threatened by more than just the typical type of natural disaster. The average rainfall is relatively light in Riverside, but there is still plenty of room for your home or property to suffer from water damage. In Orange County, water damage can also be a result of high rising river waters, broken levees, flash flooding from severe rainstorms, and even choosing to reside in ocean front properties can lead to extreme water damaging results