Park City Utah Mold Removal Services
When you need Park City Utah mold removal services, The Flood Co. is the first place you should call. There are literally thousands of different types of species of mold and many of these can grow in your Park City, Utah home. With all of these types of mold, it can be very difficult for a homeowner to determine if they have a mold problem which needs to be addressed. If you suspect you might have mold in your home, we guarantee to provide the best Park City Utah mold removal services you can find. Don’t worry about fixing the mold problem yourself, our professional staff can do it quickly and safely, ensuring you can continue living in your Park City, Utah home without the severe health risks caused by mold growth.
Hiring A Professional Mold Removal Specialist
When you hire the Flood Co., you know you are getting the best in the mold removal business. We specialize in Park City Utah mold removal and will bring your home back to its original condition.
The first step is to identify the location and type of mold. Mold growth presents a significant health hazard, so it must be removed quickly, safely, and completely. Mold can cause severe allergic reactions and upper respiratory problems. When you have mold in your Park City, Utah home, it is best to hire a professional mold removal company to address the problem.
Molds can produce mycotoxins which can be a serious health risk to humans and animals. If left untreated, mycotoxins can result in neurological damage and even death. This is why it is important to hire a professional company like The Flood Co. to immediately address mold problems in your Park City, Utah home.
Symptoms Of Mold Exposure
If you or anyone in your family exhibits the following symptoms, you may have mold in your Park City Utah home:
– Eye irritation, red, itchy, or watery eyes.
– Sinus and nasal congestion or a runny nose.
– Respiratory problems such as difficulty breathing, wheezing, or tightness in the chest.
– Skin irritation including rashes or breakouts.
– Throat irritation
– Persistent sneezing
Infants can develop severe respiratory symptoms when exposed to certain mold growth. If your infant has a persistent wheeze or a cough, seek immediate medical treatment and call the Flood Co., providing the best Park City, Utah mold removal services. Exposure to mold can result in a variety of other health effects in other family members. People who suffer from chronic lung conditions may develop mold allergies and when exposed to mold can experience severe physical reactions.
Mold Growing Conditions
Mold can grow almost anywhere and if you have any damp areas in your Park City, Utah home, you can get mold growth. Mold reproduces by spores which are spread by air currents. If your home sustains water damage or has a leak, mold can begin to grow. Mold can be a result of flooding, roof leaks, indoor plumbing problems, or incomplete drying of floor materials such as carpet or concrete.
If your Park City, Utah home has a crawl space floor or a basement floor without a vapor barrier, it could be prone to mold growth. The Flood Co. has the skills and expertise to test your home for mold growth and to perform a complete mold removal program, bringing your home back to safety and health standards.
A frequent problem in some Park City, Utah homes is the growth of hidden mold. This is usually first detected either by smell or seeing brown or black stains on the walls or ceiling. This type of mold can grow behind paneling or wallpaper, along the back of drywall, and on the underside of carpet padding or flooring. These spores require three things to grow into a colony of mold:
– Nutrients such as cellulose found in wood
It is possible for any Park City, Utah home or business to develop a mold colony. The only way to be sure it is completely eradicated is to hire a professional mold removal company such as The Flood Co. Mold can also occur during certain times of the year. When this happens, your Park City, Utah home may be too drafty or too airtight. If your home is too drafty, it may develop mold problems during the colder months. This is when warm air condenses in the cooler parts of the house. If your Park City, Utah home is too airtight, it may develop mold problems during the warmer months. When a home gets too hot and does not vent, humidity can rise and mold can grow.
If you suspect you have a mold problem in your Park City, Utah home, call the mold removal experts at The Flood Co. Our professionals will inspect your home to determine the best process for removing any mold growth and making your home safe to live in again.
Mold inspection in Kamas Utah. This is a beautiful bathroom in a fairly new home. Ice damming last winter allowed water to run down inside some walls including the wall behind the tile in this bathroom. Without getting invasive or doing some cutting it is hard to say how much mold there may be. If we were called in while it was still wet we would have more options available to us to help evaluate the damage.
Mold inspection in Park City, Utah. This homeowner was disappointed that finding, diagnosing and identifying the type of mold was not fast, easy and cheap. It would be nice if inspecting for mold was easier and faster, but then who would need us? If it was easy and obvious, then every plumber and handyman would be a mold expert. There is a lot more to it than some people appreciate, use an expert when it comes to water damage and mold. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html
Water damage and mold inspection in Deer Valley, Utah. This is a picture of water damaged wood fascia over the front door. This damage is from water running down the outside of the wall. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html
Home inspection in Park City, Utah. Not all homes have a wine tasting room, but this one does with a lock on the door. We are actually here to try to find mold. An air sample test taken by a home inspector showed elevated levels of mold. So we were invited to try to find it or make sense of the testing results. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-testing-guidelines.html
Mold inspection in Park City, Utah. This is almost becoming a trend: an owner acting on bad advice from a vendor that misdiagnosed the problem. So, the mold didn't get cleaned up correctly, and the moisture source that led to the mold did not get corrected. Now they are wanting to sell the property and a prospective buyer is holding them accountable to cleanup up the mold and fix the problem. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html
Mold cleanup in Park City, Utah. We expected to find mold under this hardwood floor. Some of the planks were cupped with gaps because of prior swelling and water damage. The dishwasher leak must have been slow to go undetected for long enough to allow this much mold to grow. As I said this was more mold than I expected to find under this floor. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html
Looking at a ski condo in Park City, Utah for a mold inspection. This condo has a few areas of concern from a water damage standpoint. The guest bedroom has a small amount of water damage in the corner of the wall. In addition to the the crawl space, it has some moldy construction waste as well as standing water. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html
Mold inspection in Park City, Utah. This condo is much like most of the others on the street. With standing water and chronic moisture problems in the crawl space and lots of mold of course. These may be million dollar condos but somebody didn't handle the crawl spaces very well, they all have standing water and more problems. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html
Water damage and mold inspection in Park City, Utah. The white staining on this rock wall is called efflorescence, which means there is a lot of moisture migrating through this wall. When the moisture evaporates it leaves behind some of the dissolved minerals and salts. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/
Mold inspection in Park City, Utah. This home has mold in the chimney area around the fireplace. The picture is some of the rotted chip board material behind the stucco in the chimney. The dampness is from a combination of problems including roof flashing, ice damning and stucco issues. They are basically going to need to tear off the chimney and rebuild it and redo the stucco. Most of the work can be done from the outside. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/mold-damage.html