Mold Removal, Remediation, and Restoration Services
COIT's Core Enviromental Restoration Services include
- Perform all work following IICRC S-520 Standards and EPA Guidelines for mold remediation
- contain crawl space including openings to the building envelope, vents to the exterior and HVAC system
- create negative air and HEPA filter exhaust to exterior
- extract standing water
- continue drying until target EMC is reached
- HEPA vacuum all surfaces
- wash all surfaces with detergent
- HEPA sand all visible contamination
- complete clean and seal of furnace and duct system
- remove negative air and containment
- photograph contaminated and surrounding areas prior to the start of cleaning and following completion
The COIT Restoration Specialist has
- Hands on restoration experience
- Specialized tools and equipment
- Working knowledge of the IICRC S-520 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation
- Full understanding and application of Psychrometry
- Specialized tools and equipment
- Prevent secondary damage
- Follow the IICRC S-500 guidelines without exception
- Inspect using instruments that determine moisture levels in the air, on surface materials and sub-surface materials
- Create a detailed drying plan to safely remove moisture as quickly and economically as possible
You can count on COIT Mold Remediation from certified experts. Finding mold in your home or business can be a scary situation. How can you find out if it is dangerous to you and those around you? COIT’s mold remediation specialists will walk you through the process and remove any worries about the mold abatement process. Our technicians perform all work following the industry standard, IICRC S-520, and all EPA guidelines for mold remediation. Additionally, COIT is a proud member of the Restoration Industry Association which is the largest professional trade association dedicated promoting best practices through advocacy, standards & professional qualifications for the restoration industry.
Emergency services available 24/7. When faced with mold damage, you want a mold remediation company that can respond promptly, no matter the time of day. COIT Mold Remediation Services has the expertise and equipment to handle the job. It is vital to act quickly when faced with mold growth: waiting gives the mold more time and room to grow, causing more damage to structures and contents.
The Mold Remediation Process
1. Sealing Off the Mold
The mold remediation process begins by containing the mold so that it does not spread to additional areas. After photographing and documenting contaminated areas, technicians will contain the contaminated area, including openings to the building envelope, vents to the exterior, and the HVAC system. (The building envelope is the separation between the conditioned and unconditioned parts of the building.) We then create negative air pressure and a HEPA filter exhaust to the exterior to prevent cross-contamination.
Should the mold occur in an attic or crawl space, COIT will follow procedures for crawl space decontamination. And if your furniture or belongings have been affected, we offer inventory and pack-out services, as well as content restoration services.
2. Humidity Control
The first step to killing mold is to remove the environmental conditions that breed it: too much moisture. Technicians create a detailed drying plan to safely remove moisture as efficiently as possible. They then extract standing water, using specialized tools such as air movers and dehumidifiers to continue dehumidification until target Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) has been reached.
3. Mold Removal
After the space is dry, technicians use a HEPA vacuum on all surfaces. HEPA vacuums utilize extremely fine filters which can remove even tiny particulates, leaving air clean.
After vacuuming, all surfaces are washed with detergent. Finally, we HEPA sand any visible contamination.
Finally, our mold remediation technicians complete a clean and seal of the furnace and duct system. They will remove the negative air and containment systems, and end by photographing the space to document the mold removal.