Remediators remove mold and bacteria (sewage spills).

These remediators provide Professional Drying Services 24/7.

Abatement contractors also provide Professional Drying Services.

Abatement contractors remove mold, bacteria (including sewage spills), lead and asbestos.  Some abatement contractors can clean up indoor chemical pollution problems.

If you are experiencing a leak or flooding, the sooner you stop the water and get a drying company – abatement contractors can dry out your building – the less chance you have for mold growth.

Most remediation | abatement services do not perform reconstruction, however, some are also licensed general contractors. If you are interested in this service, you should ask your chosen professional.

Always get three quotes for anticipated work. Always confirm valid license, insurance and certifications. A contractor’s license isn’t usually required for mold remediation; confirm that your project doesn’t require permits or a licensed contractor before proceeding.

If you are removing asbestos or lead, please following your initial report from our company for detailed directions on this complex problem. There are many laws, codes, executive orders, etc., that must be followed when removing and disposing of toxic materials. Mold affected building debris is not considered toxic. Mold is technically toxigenic: that means that mold spores form mycotoxins (the bad boys that hurt people) some of the time under some condition that aren’t necessarily reproducible.  If you have questions or concerns please give us a call.