Professional Mold Remediation – Call 1 (855) 786-6653
My name is Moe and I’m the founder of Mold Safe Solutions. I take my job very seriously and nothing is more serious than having proper mold remediation and removal done on your property.
My company, Mold Safe Solutions has handled hundreds of successful mold remediation jobs in the Southern California region. We have happy clients in San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
All of our technicians are thoroughly trained, IICRC certified and state licensed. Our company is bonded, licensed and insured as well.
Our extensive experience and attention to detail will you help clean up your home or business’ mold problems in the safest and most efficient way possible.
We know how to deal with and remove mold utilizing the safest methods without endangering and or cross-contaminating the rest of your property.
This is very important because a mistake can botch the whole job and also seriously endanger the occupants of the property.
Once you give us a call and we arrive on site, our IICRC Certified trained technicians do a visual inspection for water damage and or mold. Our team at Mold Safe Solutions has all the right tools to investigate deeper into the issue.
If a problem is found and or reported by the client, we thoroughly inspect and test to determine the extent of damage and how far the moisture has traveled.
We then formulate a scientific plan of attack to remove the mold and the professionals’ recommendations on how to properly remediate the mold in the safest and efficient method possible.
Next, we provide you and or your insurance with an estimated Scope of work for mold remediation. This is just like an estimate, but with simple details of “what will be done” during the process and what the client is paying for. The scope of the damages and the recommendations on how to remediate the situation will be provided in a written Statement of Work.
The first phase of the water damage and or mold remediation work may include prepping the area with proper containment and barriers to protect the rest of the property from airborne spores in the work area. This essentially seals the work area in a “mold safe containment.”
Once the work area if prepped, our the second phase of our work may entail what we call selective demolition. This is when we remove wet building materials that cannot be economically dried in place which may include we drywall, carpet, tile, flooring, and ceiling materials.
The third phase involves removing airborne mold particles with a HEPA filter and negative air pressure. What we are doing is removing the affected construction material and quickly getting mold counts down to a healthy level in a “safe area.”
The fourth phase may involve evaporation enhancement to remove moisture content from building materials and dehumidification to remove excess water vapor from the environment of the structure. We will leave special equipment such as commercial blowers and dehumidifiers to thoroughly dry the wood and exposed areas for anywhere from 2-7 days depending on how wet the structure is.
Also, a commercial powered HEPA filter will clean the area 24/7 during the process.
After a few days, we will check to make sure it is all dry and clear. If it is dry, we pull the equipment and then do our post drying cleaning and clean the area thoroughly. We then break down the plastic containment and seal in a special extra strength construction trash bag.
Now the affected area has been officially remediated, it will be ready for your reconstruction crew to put everything back together in a process we call restoration.
If you have any questions or would like a free quote, please call 1 (855) 786-6653 or fill out the online form below.
Mold Safe Solutions Remediation Service Areas
San Diego Communities
Agua Caliente Springs
Casa de Oro-Mount Helix
Lake San Marcos
Live Oak Springs
Rancho San Diego
Rancho Santa Fe
San Diego Country Estates
San Elijo Hills
Tierra del Sol
Mold Remediations Information and Links From the US Government
EPA’s mold remediation guidelines are summarized at: www.epa.gov/mold/moldcleanup.html
EPA’s overall summary of mold related information is at: www.epa.gov/iaq/mold/index.html
EPA’s document, “Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings” online at: www.epa.gov/mold/append_b.html
EPA’s brief guide to mold, moisture and your home: http://www.epa.gov/mold/hiddenmold.html#Cleanup%20and%20Biocides
CDC health-related information on molds, visit: www.cdc.gov/mold/default.htm
OSHA’s Safety and Health Information Bulletin, “A Brief Guide to Mold in the Workplace” at: http://www.osha.gov/dts/shib/shib101003.html