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Repairs done to lining in Grapevine

Repairs done to lining in Grapevine

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Repairs done to tears and holes in the crawl space lining.

Duct Encapsulation / HVAC Duct Cleaning in Ft Worth, TX

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This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems, looking for a quote to have duct sealing done for their 2-story home.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space, we visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with duct system encapsulation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems, as well as an HVAC duct cleaning.

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Waterproofing Historical Home.

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Waterproofing done on this historical home in Fort Worth Tx. 

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Multi-Room Mold Remediation Done in Forth Worth, TX

This customer contacted Olympic Restoration Systems because they thought they had mold in various areas their home. Upon inspection, we were able to identify where the mold growth was and we have a solution for that.

We installed air scrubbers outside of the contained areas and ran them until the successful post-remediation inspection was achieved. After all the mold was taken care of we disposed of all of the debris and wiped down and sanded the materials we were able to save. Once we completed our work, the homeowner was able to enjoy a healthy, mold-free home.

Mold Under the Kitchen Sink in Grapevine, Texas

We received a call from a customer who was having mold problems in her home in Grapevine, Texas. After coming out to do an evaluation, we found mold and mildew in the kitchen under the sink. In order to remove it all from the affected area, we had to first remove the kitchen cabinets along with the sheet rock behind it. Then we had to remove some insulation and part of the wooden floor underneath. Once everything was removed, we were able to perform mold remediation and eliminate the problem all together.  Now this customer's home is mold free and a healthy living environment.

Car Crash Leads to Exterior Wall Restoration in Haltom City, Texas

We received an emergency call from this family because a car had driven right into the outside wall of their home! We were able to come in and do a board-up and clean-up service to this home after the frightening accident.

We removed the window and window unit which were hanging without support, then we supported the structure by installing temporary
support studs. Once the windows and structure were repaired, we closed up the wall with OSB sheeting and new plywood. 

When you look at the outside of the home now, there is no evidence that there was even a wall that needed to be restored in the first place. A successful restoration job is just what this family needed to put their minds at ease.

 

Crawlspace Encapsulation Arlington, Texas

This Crawl space was holding excessive moisture which led to mold accumulating. Our company came in and performed a complete mold remediation within the crawlspace. Once the mold was removed we installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system, which is designed to keep the area moisture free. No moisture means no mold!

Mold Remediation in Keller, Texas

This customer was diagnosed with mold in her lungs and a mold inspection was performed on her house.  It was determined that there was mold in the HVAC system as well in the walls and ceilings in several rooms, caused by a roof leak.  We cleaned the entire HVAC system and set up 5 separate containment areas in the house.  Within the containments, we removed baseboards, sheetrock and insulation before completing the mold removal process.

Mold Removal in Arlington

A Texas homeowner began to notice strange stains developing on her bathroom shelves and adjoining closet. Concerned it might be mold, she called the mold remediation team at Olympic Restoration.

Upon inspection, mold was visually detected in the bathroom, along the baseboard perimeter of the closet, and on the carpet. Olympic Restoration removed the affected areas, cleaning with an EPA registered anti-microbial solution, and HEPA Vacuum, restoring a safe and clean environment for our homeowner.

Mold Remediation in Arlington, TX

A Homeowner in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, concerned with the large patches of unsightly mold in their guest bathroom, called the Olympic Restoration team for help.

The team accessed the situation and worked quickly to contain the area. While filtering the air using a negative air fan/air scrubber, they removed the affected baseboards and drywall. Using an EPA registered antimicrobial solution, they wiped down the entire bathroom and HEPA vacuumed the contained area. No one should have to deal with mold in their home and it was our pleasure to set this homeowners concerns to rest.

Mold Remediation in Arlington, TX

A homeowner began noticing a strange odor in her house when it rained. After a plumbing leak occurred in cabinet below her kitchen sink, she observed spots of mold and had her home inspected. 

The Olympic Restoration team was contacted to eliminate the mold. After removing the appliances and setting up a containment area in the kitchen, the team extracted the wet drywall and insulation, disposing of it. To clean the area, they used an EPA registered antimicrobial solution and HEPA vacuum. 

MoldX Treatment in Dallas, TX

Sometimes other companies call on us for help. This was one of those. 

During a remolded. mold was discovered on the exposed wood of this home. Our team was contacted and immediatly went to work. In each room, we removed the potential mold from the affected wood, treating it with MoldX stain remover, and then treating it a second time with MoldX Botantical disenfectant, leaving a mold-free environment. 

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CleanSpace Installation in Grapevine, TX

A homeowner was concerned about the amount of standing water pooling beneath his home. He called the team from Olympic Restoration Systems to help. To remove the water, we needed to install a pump system and encapsulate the entire crawl space, separating the moist ground from his home before it did any further damage. First, our team removed the debris and regraded the crawl space to direct water to the sump pump system. A sump pump was installed, along with a dehumidifier. Two wireless sensors were placed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. Next, CleanSpace Drainage matting was installed and a CleanSpace liner was placed on top. Silverglo insulation was fastened along the inside perimeter of the entire crawl space. Afterward, the vents were closed to ensure no more moisture or condensation were allowed to penetrate the crawl space. This owner can now rest easy knowing that their crawl space no longer has moisture issues. 

Basement waterproofing in Euless

A homeowner was tired of dealing with their basement floors seeping in water everytime it rained. They called Olympic Restoration Systems to help.

We installed a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain, and WaterWatch alarm system. A DryTrack baseboard water control system was placed floor level to channel water from the floor and walls to the sump pump.  Our team was able to waterproof this basement without having to jackhammer it, leaving this homeowner with a solution that was guaranteed to work. 

Crawl Space Mold in Mansfield Home

Tired of constantly dealing with a musty smell on the first floor of their home, these homeowners called us to see if it might be coming from their crawl space.

Upon investigation, our team found extensive mold growth covering the insulation in their crawl space. We then removed the insulation from the subfloor. Afterwards, we added an EZflow drain system and exterior sump pumps. Four remote sensors were installed that constantly send temperature and humidity readings to a panel inside the home. Then, they installed a CleanSpace 20-mil liner along the walls, ground, and piers of the home. Afterward, the vents were sealed leaving this home protected from water moisture and mold damage. 

CleanSpace Encapsulation in Colleyville

A homeowner in Colleyville, Texas, was worried about the humidity levels in his home. He contacted our company for a free estimate. 

After an assessment, our specialist discovered the probable cause was high humidity levels in the crawl space. We decided encapsulation was the best way to separate the home from water vapor and moisture. Using a sump pump, trench drain, and CleanSpace durable liner, we were able to lower the humidity levels, saving this customer from high heating and cooling bills and potential mold growth. 

Mold Remediation in DFW

A homeowner noticed damage to her bathroom wall, baseboards, and adjoining rooms. She had an inspection to check for the possible presence fungal contamination, and to complete a water damage investigation in areas affected by historic sources of water intrusion. The report showed positive for elevated levels of mold. She contacted Olympic Restoration Systems to remediate. 

Setting up a containment, they removed the affected drywall and carpets, cleaning the areas with an EPA registered fungicide. They used a HEPA vacuum on all surfaces and placed dehumidifiers to facilitate proper dry-out. For the HVAC system, they erected a containment around each supply duct, disposed of exposed insulation, cleaned all structures with an EPA registered fungicide and HEPA vacuum. This homeowner was happy to have her issue address and fixed.   

Mold Removal in North Richland Hills

The owners noticed visible mold in their dining room and adjacent bedrooms. An inspector was called and identified the cause of the mold to be coming from the HVAC system. They contacted us to help. 

After setting up a containment barrier, a negative air scrubber was installed. All the affected sheetrock and organic materials were removed. The team then used a HEPA vacuum and antimicrobial solution to clean the area. The HVAC unit and all air registers were cleaned. These homeowners can rest easy knowing their issue has been resolved and the mold is gone. 

Mold Remediation due to Plumbing Leak

A couple was having issues with a plumbing leak in their kitchen island. They had it fixed, but there were still some concerns about mold. They had an inspection, confirmation there was indeed mold growth. They called our company in to help. First, we set up a containment area with negative air scrubbers. Then, we cleaned what materials were salvageable and disposed of the organic material. Using a HEPA vacuum and EPA registered anti-microbial, we removed the mold. A clearance inspection was done, confirming the spore levels back to normal. 

Bathroom Remodel Hurst, TX

A couple decided to purchase an older home to fix up. When they realized they had a mold issue in the upstairs bathroom, they called our team in to help remove it. Our team arrived and began to work quickly. Setting up a de-containment chamber, they used a negative air scrubber both inside and out of 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. The HVAC ducts, boots, and air registers were also cleaned. They HEPA vacuumed and had an antimicrobial solution applied to them. This couple can now continue remodeling with no more concerns about mold.

Moldy Crawl Space Haslet TX

A homeowner, concerned about mold in his crawl space, contacted us to help. We began by treating the wood with an EPA registered anti-microbial. To prevent future mold growth, we installed CleanSpace drainage matting under a CleanSpace liner and a dehumidifier to control the humidity in the crawl space.

Dirty, Moldy Crawl Space Kennedale TX

This homeowner had been smelling something and couldn’t figure out where it was coming from. Thinking it might be the crawl space, she contacted us. This dirty crawl space was humid and full of mold ventilating up into her home. Our team removed the mold and put in a Crawl Space encapsulation system to prevent further issues. 

Mold In Downstairs Bathroom Fort Worth TX

Due to improper ventilation in the bathroom, these homeowners were experiencing mold growth. Our team came in to remove it. We installed air scrubbers outside of the contained areas and ran them until the successful post-remediation inspection was achieved. After all the mold was taken care of we disposed of all of the debris and wiped down and sanded the materials we were able to save. Once we completed our work, the homeowner was able to enjoy a healthy, mold-free home. 

Basement Humidity Arlington TX

Tired of high humidity levels in the basement, this homeowner contacted us for help. We installed a SaniDry XP Basement Air System which is designed to perform in extremely damp environments, such as basements. The SaniDry XP removes 10 times the amount of water from the air as a typical dehumidifier, while using the same energy to run. The water drains from the unit automatically so there's no need to empty it like a conventional dehumidifier. This homeowner was happy to have their basement humidity problem taken care of. 

Mold behind Water Heater Fort Worth TX

These homeowners had a water heater leak. Mold growth was visible behind the water heater and on the adjacent wall. Our team set up a containment area with negative air scrubbers. We then removed all the affected materials and used an EPA registered antimicrobial, along with a HEPA vacuum to remove the mold. 

Crawl Space Rodents Arlington TX

These homeowners kept having issues with rats in their crawl space. Pest control recommended they seal it off to stop the problem. They contacted our company to help. Using CleanSpace matting, CleanSpace liner, a sump pump, and dehumidifier, we encapsulated the crawlspace to protect the home from moisture build up. We then used an EverLast door to seal the entryways to the crawl space. 

Rotting Wood Grapevine TX

This homeowner was upset to notice the wood around their window rotting. We discovered that due to condensation and an improperly sealed window, years of water damage had caused rotting wood and mold. We began by setting up a containment area an removing the affected materials. Using an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuum, we removed the mold. 

Rotten Subfloor Southlake TX

These homeowners were having trouble with a rotten subfloor. They contacted our team. Our specialist discovered high humidity readings and rotting wood. They decided to replace the subfloor and have our team encapsulate to prevent damage to the new one. They choose CleanSpace drainage matting, CleanSpace liner, a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier, and a sump pump. The system came with two sensors which send humidity readings to a panel inside the home, ensuring the owners they were no longer having humidity issues. 

Moldy Floor

Due to improper yard drainage, water had been damaging these homeowners wood floor. When they went to replace it, they noticed mold. They contacted our team to help. We began by setting up a containment area with negative air scrubbers. Then, we removed all affected materials. Using an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuum, we remediated the mold. 

Mold Removal

After a bathroom leak, these homeowners noticed moldy patches on their walls. The inspection report came back positive for mold. They contacted us to remove it. 

We set up a containment barrier with negative air scrubbings. After removing all the sheetrock, the impacted areas were cleaned using an EPA registered anti-microbial. Upon completion, a Certificate of Mold Damage Removal was signed by both the inspector and our company, leaving these homeowners with a peace of mind their mold issues were gone. 

Crawl Space Mold/humidity

A musty smell had these homeowners wondering if there was mold in their crawl space. Our specialist discovered high humidity and mold growth on the subfloor. 

To solve this issue, we removed the mold with an EPA registered antimicrobial and used an EPA registered botanical to prevent further growth. A dehumidifier was installed to keep the humidity below 60 percent and discourage mold growth. 

Standing Water in Crawl Space

After purchasing their first pier and beam home, this couple became concerned about all the standing water in their crawl space. Our specialist came out to evaluate the situation. Humidity in the crawl space was 79 and there was noticeable wood rot. Encapsulation was the answer. 

Our team used drainage matting, a CleanSpace vapor barrier, dehumidifier, and sump pump to protect the home from moisture. A panel was placed inside the house so the homeowners could monitor the humidity levels in their crawl space. 

Mold Issues

A roof leak caused extensive mold damage in this home. Our team was contacted to remediate.

Setting up a containment barrier, and using negative air scrubbers, we first disposed of all impacted organic materials. The rest was treated with Mold-X to remove the mold and an EPA registered botanical to prevent future growth. All the areas were HEPA vacuumed. 

Mold Remediation in Grapevine

After noticing mold growth in their crawl space, these homeowners contacted us to solve the issue.

First, we prepared the space for cleaning by installing an air scrubber in the home to filter mold spores throughout the cleaning process. Next, we cleaned all the damaged wood within the crawl space with an EPA registered anti-microbial solution to remove the mold and prevent further growth.

Mold Remediation in Southlake

These homeowners found mold in their storage closet from a previous water leak and called us in the assess the damage and get rid of the mold.

Once we enclosed the area for the safety of the air quality, we removed the mold damaged wall and cleaned the space with a HEPA vacuum as well as an EPA registered antimicrobial solution.

Crawl Space Remediation in Arlington

The high humidity and collecting water in this crawl space made it less than ideal for doubling as a storage area for this family. They called us in to decrease the humidity and control the water problem. 

We installed the CleanSpace crawl spapce encapsulation system as well the SmartSump pump system to move moisture out of the area.

Crawl Space Remediation in Colleyville

This crawl space had high humidity and water seepage, so we were called in to install a dehumidifier to control the humidity in the home and to handle the excess moisture. 

We installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system and the SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to control the humidity in the home. We also installed a pump system to remove the moisture from the space.

Mold Remediation in Colleyville

After finding quick-spreading mold in several rooms of their home, these homeowners called us in to inspect and remove the mold before it could spread any more and contaminate the air. 

We used the same strategy to clean each space and began with containing the space with plastic sheeting to prevent the mold spore from spreading into the air. Next we used a HEPA vacuum and an EPA registered antimicrobial solution to fully remove the mold and prevent it from returning.

Crawl Space Remediation in Grapevine

The humidity in this muddy crawl space needed to be controlled before it could cause any more damage to the structure of the home.

After inspecting, we decided to installed a SmartSump pump system with EZ Flow pipes sending all water seepage straight to the pump. We then installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system and the SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to control the humidity.

Mold Remediation in Arlington

Humidity in this crawl space caused mold growth and mildew in this crawl space. The homeowners called in our team to clear away the mold and control the humidity.

We installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to control the humid vapors that rise from the grount. We then applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical to clean and prevent mold growth.

Crawl Space Remediation in Fort Worth

This home had several separated crawl spaces that each contributed a to the high humidity in the home. When our team was called in to inspect, we also found water seepage that added to the moisture in these crawl spaces.

We installed a pump system, CleanSpace encapsulation system, and three separate dehumidifiers to control the moisture and humidity.

Waterproofing in Fort Worth

This historic downtown building was undergoing restoration after facing erosion particularly in the stairwell. We were called in to carefully and effectively waterproof the stairs before they installed new brick.

After priming the surface, we applied Liquid Rubber Base to the seam between the stairs and the wall to fill in an cracks. We then sealed the stairs with Permalfex to prevent future water instrusion. 

Crawl Space Remediation in Keller

These homeowners called us because their crawl space had standing water and humidity issues and needed a full overhaul. Our team equipped the space with SmartPipe and a pumping system to remove the standing water. We also installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system as well as a dehumidifier to eliminate all humidity problems.

Basement Waterproofing in Fort Worth

The leaks in this basement prevented the homeowners from using the space for storage, so they called us to waterproof the area and open it back up for use. We applied SaniDry waterproof sealant to an exterior wall that had moisture seeping out. We also installed a WaterGuard baseboard waterproof system to the area that had the most water leakage. Finally, the SmartSump pump system we installed captures and removed all the water that was blocked by the WaterGuard, so there is now no sitting water.

Crawl Space Remediation in Fort Worth

Concerned about the effect of mold in their crawl space, these homeowners contacted us for a free inspection. We found humid conditions and the beginnings of mold growth, so we installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to seal out humidity from the open ground. We also applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical to remove mold, stains, and odor while preventing future growth.

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Crowley, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems letting us know that they were having a problem with small animals getting into one of the 2 large, different, crawl spaces that they had underneath their home. One of the crawl spaces was somewhat sealed. The customer was wanting to get some ventilation into that crawl space, because there was high humidity and some condensation down there. The 2nd crawl space that they had, had a liner in it. The liner had been damaged. This was the crawl space that the small animals were getting into under the home. The customer said that the animals had done the damage to the liner. The customer wanted to have that damaged liner replaced. They also wanted to have something done to their crawl space to prevent the animals getting into the crawl space.


When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space, an appointment was scheduled for them. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation and a radon mitigation system for the 2 different crawl spaces in their home.


We removed the current, damaged liner from their crawl spaces. We installed a hardware cloth on top of the dirt and up the walls to prevent the rodent intrusion. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump pump system that we were going to provide them with during this process. We installed a SmartPipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a new SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system in the appropriate locations. We installed a new CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We also installed a radon mitigation system with a Premium Radon Fan, both under the liner and above the liner to remove soil gases and odors before they entered the crawl space.

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Mold Restoration in North Richland Hills, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems stating that they have water damage in their laundry room. They needed to have the drywall replaced, because the walls were bowing. They also noticed there was some damage to their cabinets. They heard about Olympic Restoration Systems through the BBB.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of the laundry room in their home. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

Our Licensed Technicians were equipped with the required personal protective equipment for the hazardous clean up that was going to be necessary once the affected materials were removed. Each Technician had a fresh set of personal protective equipment for the morning and the afternoon, for each day that they were working. We hauled off and properly dispose of all debris. We set up a containment Barrier/Airlock/Decontamination Chamber. We installed the necessary erected zippered poly doorways, walls and/or flaps and critical barriers as required to strategically separate the mold affected area from the rest of the laundry room and home. We removed the laundry, standard grade single basis sink. We removed and saved the kitchen sink. We removed one lower base cabinet. We tore out the lower, affected drywall within the laundry room, adjacent to the hall bathroom and prepared it for disposal, and cleaned up the area. We used a HEPA vacuum to the exposed wall cavity, as well as the entire contained area, including the walls and the ceiling. We wiped down all the exposed wall cavity surfaces, all the water damaged drywall surfaces that could not be removed, and all the HVAC stand surfaces with an EPA-approved anti-microbial disinfectant solution. All the anti-microbial disinfectant solution used was designed to neutralize and inhibit any further growth of microbial bacteria. The anti-microbial disinfectant solution was not used in any manner inconsistent with the manufacturer’s recommendations for application. The wipe down process was done using a top down motion, using a clean side of a rag each time. We used an 8-fold system for a more efficient process. We set up a negative air fan/air scrubber for a 24-hour period.  We installed no monitor air scrubbers inside of the containment or five days. We set up a no monitor air scrubber for 5 days. They were turned on at the start of the remediation process and they were left running until the clearance results are received from a Licensed Mold Inspector. Once the remediation work was complete, the air scrubber needed to run approximately 48 hours before the post remediation clearance inspection could be performed by the Licensed Mold Inspector.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Hurst, TX

This customer was having work done on their home by a contractor, when that contractor noticed that they had water in the crawl space. That company referred this customer to Olympic Restoration Systems to inquire about a crawl space encapsulation to eliminate this issue for them in the future.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space, we scheduled an appointment for one of our Specialists with the homeowners right away. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer, for a crawl space encapsulation. They proceeded with Olympic Restoration Systems to install a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to their newly installed sump system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We Installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation/SilverGlo Installation/Mold Remediation in Arlington, TX

This is a repeat customer. They had some work of a different nature done by Olympic Restoration Systems in October 2019. They contacted the Specialist that they had worked with on their previous job with us, informing the Specialist that they were now having humidity and moisture issues in their crawl space, and noticed that they now had mold in their crawl space also. They wanted our Specialist to come back to their home to assess their crawl space for solutions to eliminate the moisture, humidity and mold issues.

Our Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the customers home for an assessment and provided the customer with a quote. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation and mold remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We removed all debris, drywall & insulation throughout the crawl space. We applied Mold-X2 to the exposed wood within the crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the newly installed sump system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a dehumidifier ducting. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed SilverGlo on the stucco and rim joist throughout the exterior wall of the crawl space.

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Sump Pump Installation in Arlington, TX

This customer just bought this house. They had a sump pump that had a blue liner that was cracked and would need to be replaced. There were some cracks in the cement garage wall that he wanted to be looked at, directly behind the sump pump. The customer knew that the previous owner had some mold issues. He needed to have the sump pump checked to see if it is still in good condition.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their garage. Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited their property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump installation and a baseboard water control system for their new home.

We installed a DryTrak baseboard water control system against the ledge where the water was seeping into and adjacent to the exterior sump pump on the small portion of the garage wall. We installed a  SuperSump pump system with a cast iron pump, a liner, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain, a CleanPump Stand, and a WaterWatch alarm system. We bored through the wall to connect the discharge to the exterior sump pump. A dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump.

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Radon Mitigation in Arlington, TX

An apartment complex’s Corporate Office called Olympic Restoration Systems after they had radon testing completed on one of their complex’s in Arlington, TX. After they had the testing completed, it was determined that the property needed to be treated for radon gas in 3 of their apartment units.

Once Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted, we sent a Specialist to the complex for an assessment and to provide the Corporate Office with a quote for the radon mitigation system that they needed for the complex.

To properly treat for radon gas, a Pressure Field Extension Test needs to be done. This simply means that Olympic Restoration Systems can measure the amount of pressure under your basement floor. This step is needed to ensure that we can gather as much radon from under your home, as possible.

The interior bedroom closet, along the exterior wall, was the chosen for the radon extraction point. After these steps were completed, Olympic Restoration Systems then installed a Radon Mitigation System with a Premium Radon Fan for the apartment complex. Olympic Restoration Systems installed a Fan Moisture Guard and a rodent cap for the Radon System. We routed the Radon System vent piping through the soffit and installed roof flashing. Once the installation was completed, Olympic Restoration Systems provided a 3rd party test kit, for post testing.

Olympic Restoration Systems was pleased to assist this Dallas apartment complex, with ensuring their tenants health, by installing this radon mitigation system for them.

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Attic Insulation in Azle, TX

This customer had converted their garage into a living room. There was no insulation in that room, in the attic. They are looking for a quote for attic insulation to make the room more comfortable and decrease the utilities.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with insulation installation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We air sealed and insulated their attic. We sealed all the accessible penetrations and top plates with expanding polyurethane foam. We blew in in TruSoft cellulose insulation into their attic.

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Sump Pump Installation in Arlington, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems with some humidity issues within their home. They did not know what they needed or wanted to resolve this issue for their 1100 sq ft home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited their property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump installation for their home.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the newly installed sump pump. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and a future dehumidifier was installed.

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Basement Waterproofing Bedford,TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems looking for a solution to the moisture that continued to come into their sunken living room. The living room is a carpeted room, and it was continually wet from the moisture coming through the concrete floor. They had several different companies come out to provide a solution, but they were not happy with any of the results. They wanted to fix the problem, and not continue to put a band-aid on the issue.

We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with basement waterproofing for their home.

We sealed the floors and the curb of the wall using three step process which included PermaFlex and LRB applications.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation, HVAC Duct Cleaning, Bi-Polar Installation in Grapevine, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems because they needed to get a professional opinion for controlling the humidity problem that they were having in their crawl space. They wanted the best solution between installing a vapor barrier and/or adding insulation in the crawl space. They had noticed there was an extremely high amount of moisture in their crawl space that was causing damage to their hardwood floors that they installed.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote. We scheduled an appointment for them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property, completed an assessment, then proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the crawl space encapsulation, an HVAC duct cleaning, and an air cleaner installation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid, an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery backup pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 210-amp sealed maintenance free battery. We connected the discharge for the sump pump to the current drainage that the customer already had within their yard. We installed cement board around the entire perimeter to be able to attach the liner for the encapsulation. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We added the dehumidifier ducting. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces. These sensors will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate, dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and the dehumidifier were installed.

To keep allergen, mold, bacteria, viruses, and VOC’s (volatile organic compound) out of the customers home, we installed a Bi-Polar® 2400 for them. This is a filter-less air purifier which uses proprietary Bi-Polar® ionization technology, or “cold-plasma” to effectively destroy contaminants by as much as 99%.

We cleaned the HVAC ducts, boots, and air registers. We removed the air registers and cleaned them. We cleaned the ducts using a negative air system combined with compressed air whips to break the mold and the debris free from the duct. With this type of air duct cleaning, each duct is attached to a powerful negative air machine which draws 3500 cubic feet per minute through the duct and into the system. The system has three stages of filters with the last one being a HEPA filter which assures nothing is released into the home. With our negative air machine running, small lines are pushed through the ducts. The lines have small rubber whips on the end, and the 175-psi compressor, which sits outside the house, forces air through the whips that move around quickly to break the dust, dirt, and spores from the duct. We used a HEPA vacuum on the coils and the blower. We cleaned the supply and the return plenums using the HEPA vacuum. We then treated it with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution. We finished by reattaching all the ducts and assured that they were properly sealed.

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Water Damage Restoration in Keller, TX

This customer had a water leak in their home that did some damage. They were concerned that because of the water leak, they may have mold in the house. They were not sure what they had to do to confirm if there was mold in the house or not. They wanted to have a professional come out and take a look at the water damaged area and guide them as to what needed to be their next step.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home. We scheduled an appointment for them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property, completed an assessment, then proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the water damage restoration with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We installed a containment barrier for the laundry room, by installing plastic sheeting across the entry door. We sealed all HVAC vents inside of the laundry room. We installed a HEPA filtered air filtration device (AFD) inside the contained area. We turned it on at the start of the restoration process. It was left running for a 24-hour period after we finished the water damage restoration. We protected the upper and lower cabinets and the contents of all the cabinets by covering them with plastic sheeting. We also covered the washer and dryer with plastic sheeting. We tore out the affected, wet drywall. There was wet drywall above the upper cabinets, on the wall opposite from the washer and dryer. As well as a section from the ceiling that was approximately 2 feet long and 1 foot wide. There was also a section that was approximately 2 feet long and 6 inches deep from the top of the wall. We used the opening in the ceiling to view the top of the water damaged drywall on the opposite side of the room. The homeowners were prepared for a report from our Technicians, regarding possible further potential water damaged drywall and removal if necessary. There was not any further damage that was located. We used a HEPA vacuum for the exposed wall cavity and used the HEPA vacuum for the entire contained area. We cleaned the exposed wood framing with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution and then wiped down the entire contained area. 24 hours after the completion of the work, we picked up the (AFD) and took down the containment area and removed the protective plastic sheeting.

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Mold Remediation / HVAC Cleaning in Colleyville, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems after they had a mold inspection completed. They found from Dr.’s visits that one of their children had a severe allergy to mold. They needed someone that could do a mold remediation in their home, knowing that their child had a severe allergy, and could be sensitive to that situation.

When they contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for the remediation, we scheduled an appointment with them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation and an HVAC cleaning with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

There was a 3rd party that did the mold inspection and provided us with a mold protocol. They performed the pre- and post-mold inspections.

Our Technicians wore personal protective equipment, for hazardous cleanup. They had two sets per person, per day, one for the morning, one for the afternoon. We first started this job by moving the room’s contents to one designated area near the fireplace and covered the contents with a plastic sheeting, tucking it under the furniture to secure, then we sealed it to the floor to prevent contamination. We then contained the family room by installing plastic sheeting across the entry way from the kitchen and across the passthrough window as well as across the opening to the staircase. We sealed the HVAC vents with plastic sheeting. We left their blinds on the window in place but pulled them all the way up. Once they were up they were sealed in plastic. We covered the windows with plastic sheeting to prevent visual access from outside. We installed two HEPA filtered Air Filtration Devices (AFD) inside the contained area. We routed the ducts for the AFD’s exhaust out the window and sealed off the gap to assure that the air did not flow inward from the window. We installed one air scrubber outside of the containment area, in the dining room. We turned on all the AFD’s at the start of the remediation process and left them running until the final clearance results were completed and received. We removed the baseboard from around the perimeter of the room. We removed 4 feet of drywall from the inset area by the fireplace. For the remainder of the area that needed to be removed, we cut and removed the drywall even with the bottom of the windows. We removed and disposed of the exposed insulation from the open wall cavities. We cut the caulking and removed the trim under the window seals. We cleaned and saved the trim that was not affected by mold growth. We used a HEPA vacuum on the exposed wall cavities and then the entire contained area. Due to the child’s sensitivity, we used a solution suitable to be around the child, provided by the customer, to clean the exposed wall cavities. We scrubbed and/or sanded the exposed wood to assure all the visible mold growth was removed. We wiped down the entire contained area. Again, due to the child’s sensitivity, the customer provided us with another solution for mold control. We used a spray bottle to treat all exposed in the contained area. We cleaned the HVAC ducts, boots, and we removed the air registers to clean them. We cleaned the ducts using a negative air system combined with compressed air whips to break the mold and debris from the duct. With this type of air duct cleaning, each duct is attached to a powerful negative air machine which draws 3500 cubic feet per minute through the duct and into the system. The system has three stages of filters with the last one being a HEPA filter which assures nothing is released into the home. While the negative air machine is running small lines are being pushed through the ducts. The lines have small rubber whips on the end and the 175-psi compressor, which sits outside the house, forces air through the whips that move around quickly and break dust, dirt, and spores free from the duct. When the final detailed cleaning was completed, we disconnected the ducting from the air scrubbers inside the contained area and shut the window. This allowed the AFD’s to circulate and filter only the air inside the contained area.

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Crawl Space Remediation in Fort Worth, TX

This customer called and stated that his pier and beam home was located in a flood plain. He had done a lot of research about crawl space encapsulation and wanted to speak with a professional crawl space repair company. We sent a System Design Specialist, Ross, to perform a free crawl space estimate. Ross presented the homeowner with a solution to fix his crawl space with an encapsulation system that would keep the crawl space dry. The homeowner accepted the proposal and proceeded with a crawl space remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems.

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Attic Insulation in Keller, TX

This homeowner called and wanted to improve the insulation in her attic. She had a combination of types of old insulation that was no longer effecient in her attic. She also was concerned that the old attic insulation was contributing to dust and allergen problems in her home. She wanted a fresh start in her attic. She requested that we remove the old attic insulation, air seal her attic, and then replace the attic insulation with TruSoft blown in cellulose insulation. We sent a System Designs Specialist, Tyler,  to her home for a free attic insulation estimate. Tyler inspected the attic and presented the homeowner with a solution that included her requests, plus adding a knee wall to further increase the energy effieciency in her attic. The homeowner accepted the proposal and proceeded with attic insulation services from Olympic Restoration Systems.

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Attic Insulation in Keller, TX

This family was making a fresh start in a new home and were looking for new attic insulation into the home that they just purchased. They wanted to have the old insulation removed and replace with fresh, clean insulation.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space, we visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with attic insulation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We prepared the attic for the new insulation by removing layers of Batt Insulation and removing any other loose insulation that was left. We removed and disposed of all the existing insulation in the attic. We built an insulation dam around the center vaulted area in the attic. We installed SilverGloTM EPS foam board with a radiant barrier along the roof line, gable ends and blocked between the floor joists. We sealed all accessible penetrations and top plates with expanding polyurethane foam. We then blew in a depth of 18 inches of TruSoftTM cellulose insulation in the attic.

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Crawl Space Repair in Euless, TX

This customer called stating that there was a lot of dry dust coming into her house from the crawl space. No matter how much she cleaned, she kept having issues with dust. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Ross, to the home for a free crawl space estimate. Ross assessed the crawl space and found that the dust in her home was clearly coming from the crawl space, which was very dry. He proposed a solution to encapsulating the crawl space so that dust would not come into her home, and would prevent mold issues from the crawl space if it rains. The homeowner accepted and proceeded with the crawl space repair with Olympic Restoration Systems. 

We sent our production team to complete the crawl space repair, which included placing a drainage matting, CleanSpace vapor barrier, SmartSump sump pump, and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier.

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Attic Insulation in Fort Worth, TX

This customer called and stated that when he was putting Christmas items away in the attic, he noticed that there were areas of the attic where insulation was sparse. He was concerned that these areas were leading to uncomfortable temperatures in his home. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Tyler, for a free attic insulation estimate. 

After assessing the crawl space, Tyler found evidence that the attic needed more attic insulation. He proposed a solution to the homeowner that included removing old insulation, sealing air leaks in the attic, encapsulating the air ducts, and placing blown in TruSoft cellulose attic insulation. The homeowner accepted, and we sent our production team to complete the attic insulation job.

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Basement/Garage Waterproofing in Colleyville, TX

This customer called stating he had problems with water leaking/flooding into his garage. His garage is half underground, and the underground portion of the garage would leak or flood every time it rained. He wanted to have someone waterproof his garage to prevent this problem. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Tyler, to the property for a free waterproofing estimate. After assessing the property, Tyler presented the homeowner with a solution to prevent his garage from leaking. The homeowner accepted, and we sent our production team to complete the waterproofing job. 

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Fort Worth 76132, Fort Worth 76123, Fort Worth 76193, Fort Worth 76116, Fort Worth 76109, Fort Worth 76161, Fort Worth 76102, Fort Worth 76136, Fort Worth 76129, Fort Worth 76198, Fort Worth 76120, Fort Worth 76190, Fort Worth 76113, Fort Worth 76166, Fort Worth 76106, Fort Worth 76148, Fort Worth 76133, Fort Worth 76124, Fort Worth 76195, Fort Worth 76181, Fort Worth 76110, Fort Worth 76162, Fort Worth 76103, Fort Worth 76137, Fort Worth 76130, Fort Worth 76199, Fort Worth 76121, Fort Worth 76191, Fort Worth 76114, Fort Worth 76177, Fort Worth 76107, Fort Worth 76150, Fort Worth 76134, Fort Worth 76126, Fort Worth 76196, Fort Worth 76118, Fort Worth 76111, Fort Worth 76163, Fort Worth 76104, Fort Worth 76140, Fort Worth 76131, Fort Worth 76122, Fort Worth 76192, Fort Worth 76115, Fort Worth 76179, Fort Worth 76108, Fort Worth 76155, Fort Worth 76101, Fort Worth 76135, Fort Worth 76197, Fort Worth 76119, Fort Worth 76185, Fort Worth 76112, Fort Worth 76164, Fort Worth 76105, Fort Worth 76147, Arlington 76001, Arlington 76014, Arlington 76005, Arlington 76018, Arlington 76011, Arlington 76002, Arlington 76096, Arlington 76015, Arlington 76006, Arlington 76019, Arlington 76012, Arlington 76003, Arlington 76016, Arlington 76007, Arlington 76094, Arlington 76013, Arlington 76004, Arlington 76017, Arlington 76010, North Richland Hills 76180, North Richland Hills 76182, Mansfield 76063, Euless 76039, Euless 76040, Grapevine 76099, Grapevine 76051, Bedford 76095, Bedford 76021, Bedford 76022, Keller 76248, Keller 76244, Haltom City 76117, Hurst 76053, Hurst 76054, Southlake 76092, Colleyville 76034, Crowley 76036, Azle 76020, Kennedale 76060, Naval Air Station Jrb 76127, Haslet 76052

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