"A Difference You Can See"
Removing mold is not always an easy process. Factoring in the indoor air quality and current health conditions of occupants, Bulldog Cleaning & Restoration utilizes the latest hepa-filtrated equipment to go beyond industry standard safety practices to effectively take on any size remediation job. Setting containment, checking pressure differentials, monitoring air quality on the job via Laser Particle Counter, and prepping the site for reconstruction are all a part of our process to ensure the safety of our customers and the total removal of active growth within the service area. Mold remediation is best completed by a professional team with the tools and experience needed to safely remove the mold from affected areas of your property. Our Environmental Specialists perform all necessary steps required to bring your indoor environment back down to acceptable indoor air quality levels and follow all guidelines put in place by IICRC Standards such as the S500/S520/R520. Whether you have black mold growing in the basement or cloudy white mold lingering in your attic, Bulldog Cleaning & Restoration can execute the necessary protocols to get you back to normal.
Mold Remediation & Indoor Air Quality Testing
Bulldog Cleaning & Restoration Technicians can perform indoor air quality sampling prior to, during and post all remediation projects to ensure we get your property back to safe habitable levels whilst limiting additional exposure risks. Our team utilizes Laser Particle Counters (LPCs) to monitor the efficiency of our hepa-filtrated equipment, Manometers to detail negative pressure containments and even Thermal Imaging to help pinpoint hidden damages during the work process. We are equipped with the latest in 3D modeling capabilities and can provide fast, detailed layouts and images of your property complete with accurate measurements and readings packaged with your insurance carrier in mind.
Common Types of Mold Found Indoors
Aspergillus - Mold that is frequently found indoors. It can cause respiratory infections, allergic reactions and inflammation of the lungs.
Botrytis - Commonly grows in humid areas with poor ventilation such as bathrooms. Botrytis can cause asthma and allergic reactions.
Cladosporium - One of the most common molds found while performing indoor air quality testing in homes. Most mold types prefer warm climates but Cladosporium can grow in cool areas too. Commonly found growing on fabrics and wood surfaces. Cladosporium can cause a variety of respiratory problems.
Penicillium - Usually blue and/or green in color, it is often found in properties with water damage. Penicillium grows quickly and can spread from one side of your property to the other due to its' ability to grow on most surfaces. Penicillium can cause allergic reactions, inflammation of the lungs and can even be the cause of chronic sinus infections.
Stachybotrys - Often referred to as "black mold", Stachybotrys is slimy and dark in color. It can produce toxic compounds called mycotoxins which cause health issues when exposed to humans. Stachybotrys can cause allergic reactions, breathing problems, chronic sinus infections, fatigue, depression and asthma attacks. Usually has a musty odor and is found in dark areas that are saturated with water most of the time like HVAC duct work, around leaky pipes and even condensation tubes.