Mold Remediation

Mold remediation is the most obvious step in resolving a mold problem. It is a complex process that needs to be planned carefully, and it has to be part of an overall mold-prevention strategy for which the root cause analysis is essential. If not done well, mold can quickly reoccur after the remediation efforts are finished. Therefore it is important to choose a service provider who is experienced and who takes the time to understand the specific site conditions.

Some service providers use toxic chemicals to kill mold. While this may be effective in removing mold, it can be detrimental to the health of contractors and also building users after the mold remediation. At GLWC, we believe in using green, plant-based chemicals that are non-harmful to humans: better for our team, better for future building users, better for the environment, and most important of all: very effective in removing mold!

If you think your facility may require help from IAQ experts, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Overview: remediation process

The following illustrations highlight the stages and elements of the mold remediation procedure.

4.2.1a

 

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4.2.1c

If you think your facility may require help from IAQ experts, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

To see examples of our broad experience please visit our case studies below.

Hospital mold remediation & disinfection, Malaysia case study.

Mold remediation at administrative office building, Malaysia case study.