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Found Mold? Learn How to Remove Mold with Dry Fog Technology

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If you've recently found black mold or any form of mold in your home or office, you should remove it as soon as possible. Many homeowners or business owners unknowingly allow mold to linger in their property. Left untreated, mold spreads along walls, floors, and ceilings.


Traditional methods of mold cleanup can be costly, time consuming, and only kill mold where it's been detected. The right technology can eliminate mold completely so you can enjoy a healthier, clean environment for you and your family.


In this article, learn:


  • common ways of removing mold and

  • why dry fog technology can save you time, money, and produce the best outcome.


What Exactly Is Mold?

Mold is a type of fungus and creates spores. There are several types of mold, and some are black, white, green, rough, or fuzzy. The bottom line is mold should not be anywhere near your home or office as it can cause many health problems long term, especially for those with allergies or respiratory problems.


The more time spent around mold, the more likely you are to be susceptible to respiratory health issues such as bronchitis, allergy symptoms such as sneezing and watery eyes.



Common Mold Removal Treatments Fall Short

Cleaning mold in your home or office might seem like an easy task. Most homeowners or business owners grab a wet cloth, spray a house cleaning solution with bleach, and wipe the mold off.


Related: Bleach Vs Vinegar for Mold Removal


Unfortunately, this will only allow the mold to grow back over time. Furthermore, if you have mold throughout your home or office, you won’t want to spend large amounts of hours scrubbing and cleaning each spot along with dealing with the smell of harsh chemicals.


Mold removal treatments should not be taken lightly. It’s highly recommended and best to have a mold removal and mold remediation specialist come to your home or office to inspect your property thoroughly.


Mold can hide anywhere where moisture occurs, such as drywall, ceilings, under the carpet, inside upholstery, tiles, wallpaper, or paneling. Save yourself time and money and have Rescom remove your mold with dry fog technology.


Dry Fog Technology

You’re probably wondering how dry fog technology works or what that even means. Typically, most mold removers will go to the extent of completely tearing down your mold-infested walls. Outdated mold removal uses methods that are toxic and costly, which can leave you completely dissatisfied. Trust the experts at Rescom with dry fog technology. Dry fog technology is entirely non-toxic! Our methods are completely non-invasive and cost-effective that typically takes around 2 hours per 1,000 square feet of living space. Which means we can complete most jobs in a day!


Additionally, dry fogging creates a vapor and fumes to create a harmful environment for any mold or bacteria. Dry fogging will thoroughly disinfect every part and surface of your home or office. We guarantee your home or office will be 100% sterilized.

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