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  • Bathroom Mold in grout, showers, tubs, tile, sinks, etc.
  • Leaking Pipes causing damage to ceilings, walls, under the carpets, and floorboards
  • Floodwater causes mold throughout homes and buildings
  • Water seepage from windows and doors.
  • Leaking roofs cause mold to spread throughout the house.
  • Basement mold caused by water seepage and leaks
  • Drying and dehumidification
  • Carpet cleaning & restoration: Carpet / carpet cushion deodorization & stain removal
  • Tile and Grout Cleaning
  • Air Duct and Vent Cleaning
  • Mold and mildew odor removal and containment
  • Reconstruction (carpentry, painting, flooring, roofing)

The Paramedics of Property Damage

PuroClean teams up with local Oklahoman environmental hygienists and laboratories work to accurately diagnose the damage and protect families from potentially dangerous mold situations. Using state-of-the-science technology, PuroClean’s mold remediation experts first identify the moisture source and extent of the problem and then work with care and sensitivity to rescue and restore the area to healthy conditions.

4 Step Toxic Mold Treatment Process

Step 1: First Identify The Water Source!

The first step in any toxic mold remediation project and the most crucial step is finding the underlying water or moisture situation. Mold is always related to water. Therefore, a search for mold will always begin by using professional meters and expertise to look for unwanted water under cabinets or inside walls.

Why? Because no matter what we do, if the source of the water or moisture problem isn’t fixed first, then the toxic mold will return!

Step 2: Complete Communication

Step 2: Next, Inform Property Owner!

We inform the property owner of our findings from the inspection, offering the opportunity to consult with a third-party, qualified Indoor Environmental Professional (IEP). An IEP helps evaluate the extent of the problem and writes the remediation protocol. Because it’s impossible to determine the type of mold by looking at it, an indoor air quality test identifies the type, species, and extent of mold infestation. This step is crucial if someone wants to know the specific molds present for health reasons. However, the EPA and Oklahoma standards for mold removal allow our company to deal with small areas of visible mold without the necessity of requiring an IEP. When the area of visible mold is larger, then we do require an IEP to be involved in the process.

Step 3: Mold Removal

Step 3: Now It’s Time To Remove the Mold!

We treat every mold contamination situation as a serious matter. Remediation efforts are the same, regardless of the type of mold involved. As professionals, we treat all mold as hazardous, so our procedures, processes, and safety precautions are the same for every project.

The object of mold remediation is threefold. First, protect the health of your family or employees while we work. Second, kill the toxic mold at its “roots.” And third, safely remove contaminated materials and clean the contaminated area.

Step 4: Getting A Clearance Test!

Step 4: Getting A Clearance Test!

At the end of every mold remediation, we strongly suggest that our customers get an air sample test. PuroClean of Midwest City does not do testing per Oklahoma Law, but we can get you in touch with a reputable IEP.

This step checks our work to make sure the mold has indeed been removed. And, it makes sure the customer got what they paid for when they hired us to do professional mold removal!

PuroClean of Midwest City Mold Remediation Protocol adheres to the:

With our ongoing extensive training, knowledge, and experience, you can be sure when you hire us to deal with toxic mold you’ll be in good hands!

Call us if you have questions about what do to next our experienced technicians provide free estimates.