Mold Remediation in Delaware
Finding Mold in Your Home Can Be Scary - That's Why You Call Delaware
COIT's Mold Remediation Specialists will walk you through the process of how we identify, contain, and remove this potential threat from your environment.
When faced with mold damage, you want a proven, experienced restoration company who can handle your claim.
- 24/7 Live Call Center personnel
- Follow all customary insurance industry standards
- We will work directly with all insurance carriers
- Protecting your health and the health of those your care about.
MOLD REMEDIATION RESTORATION PROCESS
1. Identify and Remove:
We identify any mold affected areas in your home or business and create a detailed decontamination plan. We contain the affected areas. We then create negative air pressure and a HEPA filter exhaust to the exterior to further avoid cross-contamination. COIT follows industry recognized procedures to safely remove all mold and mold contaminated surfaces. If furniture or other personal belongings have been affected, we may inventory and pack-out those items for off-site cleaning and decontamination.
2. Humidity Control
The next step is to ensure the source of the mold is removed. Mold grows in dark areas where too much moisture is present. Technicians create a detailed drying plan to safely reduce moisture to their predetermined levels. We’ll use dehumidifiers and air movers to continue the drying process until target Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) has been reached.
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. If necessary, we’ll conduct a complete cleaning and sanitization of the air duct systems. We use sanitizers, disinfectants and anti-microbial products to remove any possibility of residual mold. A final vacuuming of all affected surfaces is done to complete the process.
4. Put Back
After the mold removal, decontamination and cleaning processes are complete and we are ready to restore your home or business to pre-loss conditions. We’ll put back any flooring surfaces, complete painting where necessary and reinstall your furniture.
- Environmental Restoration Services
- Perform all work following IICRC S-520 Standards and EPA Guidelines
- 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 moisture level are achieved
- HEPA vacuum all affected areas
- Wash all surfaces affected areas
- Remove all visible contamination
- Photograph contaminated and surrounding areas prior to the start of cleaning and following completion
*Each job is unique, your Restoration team will tailor services to your specific needs.
- COIT's Core Restoration Services
COIT's Mold Remediation Restoration Services include:
- Emergency response
- Structural drying, including walls, ceilings, cavities, crawl space and floors
- Drying of carpets, upholstery, and drapery and other soft goods
- Cleaning and sealing contaminated air ducts
- Final cleaning per regular COIT services
- Mold remediation services
- COIT Industry Leading Guarantee
- The COIT Restoration Specialist
- Restoration Service Specialists are drug tested and criminal background check is completed
- Receive COIT internal certifications
- IICRC Restoration Certification
- Minimum of 2 years experience
- Hands on restoration experience
- Specialized tools and equipment
- Complete Industry backed training
- OSHA Safety Training
Backed by our Industry Leading Guarantee
Our priority is to restore your home, business, or property to their pre-loss condition — to your complete satisfaction. That’s why we back our disaster restoration services with the industry’s best guarantee
- If you're not completely happy with our emergency services, we will:
the scope areas to your satisfaction
If we fail to meet the scope as estimated, we will credit you with the items present actual cash value* toward a like replacement from a COIT source (upon complete payment of services rendered including the deductible).
any damage caused by COIT that is outside the requirements of executing the scope
*As determined by customer industry standards