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Containment in Bathroom

Levels of Mold

The amount of work and effort required for mold remediation is based upon how bad the area affected is. There are four levels into which mold contaminated areas are divided into and these levels dictate which method is to be used by the professionals on site. This picture indicates a level 3 as it becomes necessary to seal off ventilation grills and ducts prior to beginning work. The work area is sealed off and any contaminated items are sealed in plastic bags that are then disposed of.

Manager on the job

In the picture shown here our Operations Manager is spraying anti-microbial and anti-bacterial spray on an effected area that had water damage that led to mold. We always make sure the Operations Manager is on site to make sure everything is done to the highest of standards set for the water and mold restoration industry.

Example of mold testing

Featured in this picture we are testing for moisture on the baseboard of a homeowners house that had a water damage. We always do this using the highest standard of equipment recommend by industry standards to see if there is moisture. The standards for the industry are for dry wall to read at 7 to 8 and the studs are 12 to 14. We are constantly double checking to make sure there isn't moisture anywhere in the affected and surrounding areas as we know how quickly mold can grow and spread. 

Setting dehumidifiers for water mitigation in living room

This picture was set in a homeowners house in Fresno, California. The customers had a water damage that was considered relatively small with clean water and damage mainly to the carpet. We removed the carpet and were able to set up fans and dehumidifiers to suck up all the water and make it "Like it never even happened." 


Here at SERVPRO of Fresno Northeast/Shaver Lake we have the man power, experience, and capacity to carefully hold homeowners furniture and valuables and return it to them safely after a water, fire, or mold mitigation happens.