Mold Remediation

Mold Remediation Services

When moisture levels are high within a building due to faulty construction, water leaks, or water intrusion, mold can find a place to take hold and grow.

Mold is all over our environment, but when the levels become excessive, the indoor environment can be unhealthy, requiring mold removal and remediation.  Mold spores are microscopic, so when you can see the mold, there is evidence of a mold problem.  Mold can be found in any part of the home or building, but typically is found in areas where there is high moisture (think basements and crawl spaces).  The cause and source of the mold is as important as the presence of mold itself.  If the source isn't corrected, the mold is likely to reoccur.  Some forms of mold, like black mold, can make people sick, affecting different systems within the body.  Let our expert technicians help you remove and remediate mold and mildew in your building in CT, MA & RI.

AIR is your trusted partner for mold remediation, clean up and restoration in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

What To Expect When Your Home or Building Has Mold

Once you call AIR for help with mold in CT, MA or RI, a member of our trained staff will respond to the mold condition, and perform a thorough inspection of determine the sources and scope of the mold.
We often recommend a third party Industrial Hygienist (IH) to test for mold in the air and on surfaces. The IH creates a report that provides the severity and location of mold in the building. We follow this report to remove you’re the mold.
Before beginning any work, our trained mold experts wear protective gear (PPE) to protect themselves in the work environment. We set up containment barriers around the mold to protect you and the rest of the structure from mold spreading.
We use several mold removal techniques and specialty mold removal equipment to remove the mold from the building or home. We don't just spray visible mold. We physically remove it from the structure.
After the mold is removed, we recommend having the IH come back to perform a post-test to ensure that all the mold, both visible and not visible was removed. Just because you can't see it, does not mean it was removed. This post remediation test is our recommended way to confirm that the mold was removed and reduced to acceptable levels.