Serving 25 areas in North Carolina!
One of our certified mold remediation project managers will perform a thorough visual inspection to determine the source and cause of your mold problem. Their inspection will include infrared cameras and moisture detection equipment to determine why mold has developed. Your project manager will create a plan to correct any moisture sources, clean and eliminate the mold, restore any damage and prevent the reoccurrence of mold .
Precision Restoration Services is fully insured and employs trained mold remediation technicians to eliminate mold from your home or business using specialized equipment including HEPA ( high-efficiency particulate absorber) vacuums ,dehumidifiers and air scrubbers to clean the air and eliminate the mold spores from the affected surfaces. Containment is used to prevent contamination into unaffected areas. Methods used for mold remediation are strictly adhered to eliminate mold and prevent reoccurrence.
In crawlspaces we can remove and replace contaminated crawlspace insulation , install or replace vapor barriers and install dehumidifiers to prevent future moisture intrusion .
Upon completion of mold remediation your indoor air quality will be improved and restored to a healthy indoor living environment.
We've proudly served North Carolina with full-service mold repairs for over 18 years!
If you see or smell mold in your living area , attic , basement or crawlspace at your house or business your indoor air quality and your health may be affected . Precison Restoration Services is your locally owned and operated business that performs numerous mold remediation projects every year .
Basements, bathrooms, utility rooms, laundry rooms and kitchens are some of the areas where mold is often found. Mold can grow around and under plumbing fixtures, on cabinets , trim and doors , insulation, drywall , inside ductwork, or on joists in your attic , basement and crawlspace.
Moisture from an undetected leak can cause mold to begin growing on hidden surfaces such as the backside of drywall, paneling, in the ceiling or under flooring. Mold can begin to grow within 24-48 hours following a leak or moisture intrusion. You may suspect hidden mold if a building smells moldy, but you cannot see the source.