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This office had an issue with mold on the exterior surface of the wall. It was treated with GM6000 mold remediation formula and looked like it was new immediately afterwards. This saved the owner from having to remove and replace their existing drywall.
Before we could get started encapsulating this crawl space, trenches and ditches had to be dug to allow access for our team and duct work.
When a family in Mesquite, Texas, experienced a plumbing leak in their bathroom, they did not expect the extent of mold growth the leak would cause. A mold inspector was brought in to assess the situation, supplying the family with a mold remediation protocol. They then contacted the team at Olympic Restoration Systems to remove the mold. Due to the wide spread coverage of mold, the light fixtures, mirrors, toilet, sink, counters, cabinets, baseboards, tile, and dry wall would need to be removed as a part of the remediation process.
Our team arrived and began to work quickly. Setting up a decontainment chamber, they used a negative air scrubber both in the containment are and outside the containment area upstairs. After cleaning what items would be salvageable and removing all affected materials, they HEPA vacuumed the exposed wall and ceiling cavities before HEPA vacuuming the entire contained area. Using an EPA registered antimicrobial solution, they cleaned the exposed cavities. The surface was then sealed with an antimicrobial paint after they received a successful clearance result. The HVAC ducts, boots, and air registers were also cleaned, HEPA vacuumed, and had an antimicrobial solution applied to them. It was an unfortunate event for this family to experience such extensive mold growth but our team worked fast to restore their home and leave them with the confidence it was once again a healthy, comfortable environment.
Homeowners in Dallas, Texas were concerned about cooling costs and potential mold growth in their crawl space. They called the Olympic Restoration team to investigate.
The humidity readings were elevated above normal, causing potential mold growth and wood rot. To solve the issue we installed a SmartDrain with airtight lid and an airtight floor drain and WaterWatch alarm system. We removed the debris and used a SaniDry dehumidifier to keep humidity low. Using a CleanSpace liner, we created a barrier between the home and the earth floor. Two remote sensors were installed to constantly send temperature and humidity readings to a panel inside the home, alleviating our clients concerns about the moisture and humidity issues.
A homeowner had an issue with their crawl space due to excess moisture caused by the HVAC system. The high humidity was causing mold growth. Olympic Restoration Systems was called to help.
After removing the mold in the crawl space and air ducts using an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuum, Olympic regraded the area for drainage and installed a SmartSump pump. To prevent water vapor and moisture, they installed a CleanSpace barrier and SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier, giving this homeowner a healthier, more comfortable environment for their home.