Moisture Control is Key
Peerless Cleaning & Restoration Services has successfully remediated mold in residential homes, multi-unit condominiums, schools and international retail outlets. With a team of Certified Mold Remediation Technicians and Certified Water Damage Technicians, we are ready and able to assist in tackling whatever mold issues you may have.
Mold contamination and damage is common. Moisture control equals mold control. Common sources and causes of water moisture problems include roof leaks, deferred maintenance, condensation associated with high humidity, flooding due to plumbing failures or heavy rains, slow leaks in plumbing fixtures, and malfunction or poor design of humidification systems.
Often, you can see mold on walls, floors, or furniture but mold can also grow in places you cannot see, like behind walls. Mold testing is available for those who think they have mold but cannot see it or those who want to identify what kind of mold they have.
Thank you to all at Peerless Restoration in Decatur, IL for their patience and excellent work ethic while dealing with a mold issue at my home. The answering service, Josh who examined the damage and set up the appointment for the cleaning, and Steve and Ricky who were efficient and considerate while cleaning the ducts, are all examples of the care offered by Peerless Restoration. Steve and Ricky went above and beyond to make me feel comfortable with what was being done and adjusting procedures to fit the situation.
- Sharon H.
According to the United States Environment Protection Agency when moisture problems occur and mold growth results, occupants may experience a variety of health problems. These can include headaches, difficulty breathing, skin irritation, allergic reactions and aggravation of asthma. All molds have the potential to cause adverse health effects. Molds produce allergens, irritants and sometimes toxins.
Peerless technicians are protected against the threat of such health risks through vaccinations and the use or personal protective equipment. They have been specifically trained, based on OSHA standards, on how to properly work and restore in these types of infected areas.
What you can do
To avoid the damaging effects of water and mold, the single most important thing a homeowner can do is repair leaks and attend to the moisture immediately, remembering that improper drying can result in unseen mold growth.
When selecting a mold remediator, one should always look for a Certified Mold Remediation Specialist, ask for references, and choose someone with a proven track record.
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