Mold Restoration

Mold is a major problem. If you have mold in your home, contact Oklahoma Disaster Restoration today and feel at ease with our disaster solutions.

Expert mold remediation restores safe environments to prevent future health and structural problems.

When buildings get wet, mold spores which are always present in the air, indoors and out, land on wet surfaces and start growing, creating a potentially serious health hazard for building occupants.

Moisture problems are the result of three types of water intrusions:

• Emergency water damage from floods, broken pipes, failed appliances, etc.
• On-going and unnoticed leaks from pipes, roofs or around doors and windows.
• Building design issues that cause high humidity levels that can support mold growth.

Mold is not new to us at Oklahoma Disaster Restoration. Due to the continued media attention, the technology to remediate mold has increased tremendously. We are trained in the field of mold remediation and all jobs are supervised by a Certified Microbial Remediation Specialist.

ODR’s mold remediation procedures follow all EPA and OSHA guidelines as well as The Clean Trust (formerly IICRC), Restoration Industry Association (RIA) and other industry certification protocols.

Our technicians are required to wear personal protective equipment to protect their bodies against the dangers of working in this type of environment. We start by setting up containment of the work area. By using negative air pressure and air scrubbers, occupants are protected and cross contamination is prevented.

Remediation Process

The remediation process includes controlled demolition and safe disposal of contaminated materials, and in-depth specialized cleaning and sanitation of the affected areas to restore it to a healthy, habitable environment. A variety of other techniques appropriate to the project conditions may be required, i.e. soda blasting, sealing, air washing, encapsulation, etc.

Consult Mold Professionals for Diagnosis

It is recommended that mold remediation be done in conjunction with an independent Environmental Consultant or Certified Industrial Hygienist if desired. We can help you find a professional to test the type and quantity of mold you have, to recommend a plan of action, and to certify that the areas are free from mold contamination.