Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Mold on the underside of wooden floorboards

The mold shown in this picture was the result of a water damage that was not properly addressed by the homeowner.  A sink overflowed in the kitchen on the first level of the house, and though the room appeared to be dry after a quick mopping, they never thought to check the underside of the floor.  Moisture had gotten trapped in the insulation directly below the kitchen and kept it pressed up against the bottom side of the flooring. As a result, mold grew on the rafters and sub-floor.  SERVPRO of Edison handled the mold remediation by removing the wet insulation, treating the affected area applied antimicrobial techniques and drying the remaining wooden structure.

SERVPRO Uses HEPA Filter Air Scrubbers on Mold Remediations

During a mold remediation it is important to control for mold spores and other particulate matter that may become airborne.  That is why SERVPRO of Edison uses High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Filter Air Scrubbers.  The picture here shows just how much dust and debris one Air Scrubber can capture and clean out of the air on a typical job site.

Mold being HEPA Vacuumed

SERVPRO of Edison adheres to strict industry standards of how to safely handle mold remediation.  One essential part of our procedure involves a HEPA Vacuum to remove mold spores to minimize the risk of further airborne contamination.

Safety is our #1 Concern

Each of our highly trained technicians at SERVPRO of Edison is equipped with full face respirators.  Our crew gets FIT tested annually to make sure the masks keep them safe when handling dangerous mold.