Mold Remediation and Removal in Southwest Montana

Mold Remediation and Removal in Bozeman, MT

Most Americans spend 90% of their time indoors, which means we all ought to take a closer look at our indoor air quality. Truthfully, mold is everywhere. But elevated levels can be problematic. Mold grows because of moisture, so in our dry Montana climate it typically shows up in poorly ventilated areas or areas that have been affected by water damage. Buffalo Restoration can help you identify the reason for the mold growth and safely remove it.

Buffalo Restoration's source removal techniques for mold remediation follow industry best practices. Simply killing the mold is not the answer.  We use techniques to physically remove the mold and keep it from spreading elsewhere in the home.

Mold Remediation Process

Inspection

Mold Inspections in Southwest Montana

Water losses are usually emergency situations so we'll start by extracting as much water as possible to prevent further damage. We'll respond 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week/ 365 days a year.

Containment

We'll create a containment around the mold before we begin work so that we don't spread spores throughout the house. We use full PPE gear when working with mold to protect our employees and prevent them from tracking spores through the house when they leave.

Mold Containment

Removal

Mold Removal in Bozeman, MT

Buffalo uses a number of removal techniques including specialty mold cleaners, HEPA vacuuming, wire brushing, and media blasting. A comprehensive approach is far superior than simply spraying the mold.  Even when mold and fungal spores are killed, without physical removal, these methods do not eliminate the allergenic or toxigenic properties.  We'll also clean and sanitize the entire affected area or room.

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Prevention

How to prevent mold from forming

Clean and dry areas are not susceptible to mold growth.  After the remediation process, we will consult with you on how to reduce or prevent conditions for future mold growth.