That four-letter word that no one likes to hear is “Mold”! It may bring you back to your childhood school days, where you would forget some sort of food in the bottom of your backpack and later find it due to its stench. Unlike the mould that may be at the bottom of your kid’s school bag, the kind that is typically located around your house can be pretty hazardous, especially for the elderly, young children, those who are immunocompromised, and those with lung diseases!
If you’ve just discovered some mold in your house, here’s what you need to do!
There are a few ways to tell if you have mold in your home:
- You can visibly see it on your walls, ceiling, or any other surface.
- Your home beings to smell a bit musty or damp
- You’ve noticed a place or places in your home that have some moisture or water build up
- You are feeling sick; cold or flu-like symptoms, worsening headache, respiratory issues, etc.
Step #1: Call Stutters Restorations
The most important step if you discover mold in your space is to contact us, Stutters Restorations! One of our Project Managers and Certified Mold Remediation Technicians will assess the mold and create a game plan catered to your specific needs. It’s important not to touch or disturb the mold, and to have a professional look at it first.
Step #2: We Will Create a Specific Plan of Action For You
After you contact us, you can relax and rest assured that our Project Managers and Certified Mold Remediation Technicians will take care of the rest. The next thing they will do is create a specific plan for the remediation and make sure you feel comfortable every step of the way.
Step #3: We Will Create an Estimate For The Work
Once you are aligned with the plan for remediation, your Project Manager will create an estimate for the work that needs to be done and present it to you before any of the work begins.
Step #4: The Remediation Will Begin
The fourth and final step of the process will begin where our Certified Mold Remediation Technicians will begin safely removing the mold.
Please remember the importance of contacting a professional as each situation is different! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (250) 763-1555; we know emergencies happen 24/7, which is why we are open 24 hours a day to help you at any time.