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Learn how the Mold-X2 system can help eliminate mold growth in your home.
Basements and crawl spaces are some of the dampest spaces in a home. Active plumbing leaks, excessive condensation on pipes and fittings, leaks in the foundation, or high humidity levels can all contribute to mold and mildew problems in the basement or crawl space. A lingering mold problem can cause damage to your home and negatively impact the health of those living there.
Dealing with a mold problem in your basement or crawl space includes preventing mold growth and treating existing mold stains. The key is making your basement or crawl space a less friendly environment for mold growth. Redeemers Group can help!
Redeemers Group has been a trusted expert for basement and crawl space mold prevention services in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas, including Memphis, Jonesboro, Little Rock, since 2008. We not only treat mold stains, but we specialize in foundation waterproofing, leak repair, and indoor humidity control solutions to prevent mold from growing in your basement or crawl space in the first place. Read to learn more about mold prevention, or get help by scheduling a free on-site estimate today!
We provide on-site mold inspection services for residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, and educational facilities. We offer mold and mildew inspections for basements and crawl spaces only. Our mold treatment professionals provide the following on-site services:
Redeemers Group specializes in installing two types of Mold-X2. Different basements and crawl spaces require different types of treatment, and these products can handle mild and more aggressive mold. Our Mold-X2 Stain Remover cleans contaminated surfaces, including wood or masonry, in just 20 seconds. In order to prevent mold from growing back after using this product, the space must be kept dry and without humidity. This is why we offer it in tandem with our basement waterproofing services.
Our other Mold-X2 product, called Mold-X2 Botanical, will help prevent mold from recurring on these types of building services. We recommend an application of our Stain Remover followed by our Botanical product to help make mold stay away. Furthermore, it's important to note that home ventilation is usually required after the application of Mold-X2 because of its odor.
Molds can produce allergens, irritants, and potentially carcinogenic toxins. However, the effects associated with mold exposure can range dramatically for each individual. The following is a list of health effects connected to mold exposure:
Stains that stink. Mold not only destroys materials in your home; it also produces foul odors and hazardous airborne spores.
Mold does not impact everyone the same way. So, who is at high risk from mold spore exposure?
Before it can be treated, you need to find out what caused the mold or mildew to grow in the first place and fix the issue. Otherwise, after you remove it, the problem may return. Remember that while some mold growth might be easy to spot, pre-existing mold infestations could be behind the walls, under the floors, or above the ceilings.
Mold needs only moisture, temperatures above 40 °F (4 °C), and organic material to survive. Mold can grow in 24-48 hours, preferring areas with no sunlight, limited airflow, and little disruption.
Professional Builder Magazine warns that mold will dramatically lower the value of your home. A home worth $250,000 can easily have $100,000 in mold problems and will be challenging to sell at any price. Additionally, mold can lead to severe structural damage to your home.</
Mold can grow in fiberglass insulation, on top of ceiling tiles, inside ducts, behind drywall panels, in wall cavities, and behind wallpaper. Even when visible, it's often impossible (even for an expert) to tell the difference between mold, soot, and dirt without testing. The mold is just the beginning; some are extremely hard to find!
Bleach and detergent are useful for removing mold on nonporous surfaces. However, materials such as ceiling tiles, carpeting, and wallboard will have deep mold penetration and may need to be replaced. Removed mold will regrow if all sources of moisture and humidity are not eliminated.
It only takes 3-5 mold spores to cause an allergic reaction, and some molds contain mycotoxins that are carcinogenic or deadly. Vibrations and movement will cause mold to release its spores; it's easy to accidentally knock hundreds of thousands of spores loose from a single patch of mold! And that's just a drop in the bucket: Research has shown that up to one billion mold spores can be found in just one square foot of drywall!
Here are tips and techniques to help you eliminate your mold problem.
Redeemers Group has the experience, expertise, and solutions to prevent and treat basement and crawl space mold problems by providing waterproofing, moisture control, and mold treatment solutions for homes in Memphis, Jonesboro, Little Rock, and surrounding areas in the Tri-State Area. Contact us today to book your free mold inspection and estimate!