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Mold Removal in Arizona

Turn to Super Savers Restoration for effective mold removal in Arizona. Our experienced team of specialists is here to help property owners deal with mold problems caused by water damage. Mold is pervasive and grows quickly, something we know well at Super Savers Restoration.

For many years, we have helped home and business owners across Arizona safely remove mold from their properties, leaving them clean and free of harmful molds. Contact us today to request our services.

Our Process

Our water removal service in Arizona includes detailed mold removal tailored to meet your specific needs. Our specialists begin by assessing your property to identify and locate any mold growth. We use state-of-the-art equipment to detect moisture in all the areas where mold might grow. Once the assessment is complete, our team develops a remediation plan detailing the required remediation protocol and the scope of work.


Our experienced and certified professionals follow strict regulatory guidelines to ensure that your property is clean and mold-free and meets all regulatory requirements. We also thoroughly clean your belongings and remove them using a safe mold removal process that minimizes cross-contamination risks.


Call us today to schedule a mold remediation assessment and eliminate harmful mold in your Arizona property.

Signs of Possible Mold Growth

• Water Damage in the Dwelling
• Leaky Roof or Windowsill
• Musty or Mildew Smell
• Black Speckles on Walls or Around Plumbing Fixtures
• Water-Stained Walls, Ceilings, or Ceiling Tiles
• Swollen Walls or Lifted Floorboards
• Residents, including Pets, Appearing Sick or Experiencing Respiratory Problems

Mold Assessment in Indoor Environments

The first thing to do to ensure a clear and concise assessment of mold growth is to visually check for the presence of mold. If mold is visible and actively growing, this indicates the level of mold remediation required and eliminates the need for additional sampling.

Another assessment method is to determine if the premises smell of mold, although not all molds produce a distinct odor. These non-intrusive methods primarily identify visible and odor-causing molds. However, in some mold removal cases, a more thorough investigation is necessary, including moving furniture, checking hidden areas, and inspecting ventilation ductwork.

It's essential to focus on areas with signs of moisture or other suspected issues. The ultimate goal of a mold investigation is to locate mold growth and determine the sources of moisture. If these objectives can be achieved through simpler methods, mold testing may not be needed.

The key to controlling mold is controlling moisture, so it's critical to dry water-damaged areas and eliminate excess moisture immediately. If mold is present, it should be removed and the source of water addressed.

Certified professionals like Council-Certified Indoor Environmentalists or Microbial Investigators should conduct mold inspections. In Texas, legislation governs investigations, and the IAQ Council is the recommended standard for mold certification.

Protect Your Health: Understanding the Dangers of Mold

Don't let mold compromise your well-being. Mold can lead to various medical problems, from bothersome allergies to more severe respiratory issues. The effects can be harmful, whether it's the toxic gases produced by mold or the particles themselves.

Common symptoms of mold exposure include runny nose, eye irritation, congestion, worsened asthma, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. In some cases, the symptoms can escalate to alarming levels, such as nosebleeds, coughing up blood, fibrous growth in the lungs, and even cognitive dysfunction and memory loss.

The trouble often arises when mold is present in indoor environments, posing a risk to both employees and the public.

Fortunately, our team is here to help. With a team of skilled technicians, engineers if needed, and highly trained hygienists, we offer comprehensive water removal and mold decontamination services for your entire structure. We follow strict protocols to treat all areas affected by mold growth and ensure heavily contaminated materials are safely removed and replaced. Rest assured, all contaminants are properly bagged and sealed for disposal.

Take control of your health; contact us today for effective mold elimination.

All About Mold Remediation

At Super Savers Restoration, we perform four essential steps to ensure we provide meticulous, professional mold removal in Arizona.

1. Containment: Minimizing the Spread of Mold
Our highly skilled technicians understand the importance of containment. By isolating the contaminated area, we ensure that mold spores are unable to infiltrate other parts of your home, giving you peace of mind.


2. Filtration: Removing Harmful Airborne Contaminants
Breathe easier with our advanced HEPA air filters and negative air machines. These powerful tools work tirelessly to eliminate mold spores and dust, MVOCs, gaseous compounds, and other airborne debris, ensuring your home is truly clean and safe.

3. Removal and Cleanup: Cleaning Thoroughly
We adhere to the highest mold removal standards, meaning any contaminated materials that cannot be cleaned are removed. From sheetrock to carpet to furniture, we take care of it all, leaving no trace of mold behind and preventing its return.

4. Structural Repair, Replacement, and Modification: Eliminating Moisture for Good
We understand that moisture is the root cause of mold growth. That's why we leave no stone unturned in identifying and eliminating the source of moisture. Be it structural repairs, replacements, or modifications, we go above and beyond to ensure your space remains dry and mold-free.

Our Effective Mold Cleanup and Removal Methods

At Super Savers Restoration, we work to eliminate mold and fungal growth while safely removing contaminated materials. It’s not enough to simply kill the mold with a biocide; the mold must be physically removed because even dead mold still contains chemicals and proteins that can cause reactions in humans.

Here are the methods we use for mold removal and cleanup:

Vacuuming

Wet vacuum cleaners are specifically designed to remove water from floors, carpets, and other surfaces where water has accumulated. We only use wet vacuuming on wet materials to avoid releasing spores into the indoor environment. After use, we thoroughly clean and dry the equipment to prevent the adherence of spores.

Damp Wiping

Damp wiping involves using water and a detergent to remove mold from non-porous surfaces. Allowing the material to dry quickly is crucial to discourage further mold growth.

HEPA Vacuuming

High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtered vacuum cleaners are used for the final cleanup of remediation areas after thoroughly drying and removing all contaminated materials. HEPA vacuum cleaners are also excellent for cleaning the surrounding areas. Our workers wear proper personal protective equipment (PPE) during this process to prevent exposure to mold and other contaminants.

Finally, we store the debris and dust collected during the cleanup in waterproof bags or containers to avoid any release.

Disposal of Debris and Damaged Materials

We place building materials and furnishings contaminated with mold in impervious bags or closed containers within the remediation area. These materials can typically be discarded as regular construction waste.

Essential Equipment for Mold Removal

For our mold removal in Arizona, we use various types of equipment. Here are some of the types of equipment we use:

Moisture Meter: Keep tabs on the moisture levels in building materials to monitor drying progress. This handy tool features a small probe inserted into the material or pressed against its surface. It works effectively on carpet, wallboard, wood, brick, and other masonry.
Humidity Gauge: Get a precise measurement of indoor humidity levels with this device. Paired with a thermometer, it provides a comprehensive picture of the environment.
Borescope: Use this user-friendly, handheld tool to access hard-to-reach areas like walls, ceilings, crawl spaces, and other tight spaces. Its flexible "snake" design incorporates a camera, eliminating the need for major drilling or cutting of drywall.
Digital Camera: Capture and document important findings during the assessment process easily.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Ensure safety during assessments and remediations using respirators, gloves, waterproof suits, and eye protection.

Mold Remediation Protection Levels

In mold remediation, the level of contamination determines the level of protection needed for the workers. We categorize the levels of contamination as Levels I, II, III, and IV. Each level has specific safety requirements that must be followed. Here's an overview of each level:

Level I: Small Isolated Areas (10 sq. ft. or Less)

• Professionals trained in proper cleanup methods should handle remediation.
• Respiratory protection, such as N-95 disposable respirators, gloves, and eye protection are recommended.
• The contaminated area should be unoccupied, especially for vulnerable individuals like infants, persons recovering from recent surgery, immunocompromised individuals, and people with respiratory diseases.
• Dust suppression methods and misting should be used.
• Uncleanable, contaminated materials should be removed from the building, sealed in impermeable plastic bags, and disposed of as ordinary waste.
• The contaminated areas used by people for access or egress should be cleaned with a damp cloth or mop and a detergent.
• All areas should be left dry and visibly free of debris and contamination.

Level II: Mid-sized Isolated Areas (10-30 sq. ft.)

• The respiratory protection, occupation of the work and adjacent areas, and handling of contaminated materials are the same as for Level I.
• Surfaces in the contaminated area should be covered with secured plastic to prevent further contamination.
• Dust suppression methods and misting are recommended.
• The affected areas used by people for access/egress should be HEPA vacuumed and cleaned with a detergent and damp cloth or mop.
• Like in Level I, all areas should be left dry and visibly free from contamination and debris.

Level III: Large Isolated Areas (30-100 sq. ft.)

• Before starting the remediation activities, a mold removal service provider should consult with industrial hygienists or other environmental health and safety professionals with experience performing microbial investigations. This is to seek oversight for the project.
• Safety equipment like respiratory protection, gloves, and eye protection should be used.
• Contaminated materials should be disposed of properly, and the affected areas should be cleaned.
• Seal ventilation ducts/grills in the work area with plastic sheeting.
• The contaminated area should be unoccupied, especially for vulnerable individuals like infants, persons recovering from recent surgery, immunocompromised individuals, and people with respiratory diseases.
• Dust suppression methods and misting should be employed.
• Surfaces in the affected and adjacent areas should be covered with secured plastic sheets before remediation to contain dust or debris and prevent further contamination.
• The affected areas used by workers for access/egress should be HEPA vacuumed and cleaned with a damp cloth or mop and a detergent.
• All areas should be left dry and visibly free from contamination and debris.

Level IV: Extensive Contamination (Greater Than 100 Contiguous Sq. Ft.)

• Personnel trained in handling hazardous materials should handle this level of contamination. They should also be equipped with:
- Full-Face Respirators with HEPA Cartridges
- Disposable Protective Clothing Covering the Entire Body

• Complete isolation of the work area using plastic sheeting is required.
• Negative pressurization, decontamination rooms, and airlocks must be utilized.
• Contaminated materials should be disposed of properly.
• The work area should be completely isolated from occupied spaces using plastic sheeting sealed with duct tape. Ventilation ducts or grills, fixtures, and other openings should also be sealed.
• Workers should use an exhaust fan with a HEPA filter to generate negative pressurization, a decontamination room, and airlocks.
• Contaminated materials that cannot be cleaned should be removed from the building in sealed, impermeable plastic bags and disposed of as ordinary waste.
• The contained area and decontamination room should be HEPA vacuumed and cleaned with a damp cloth or mopped with a detergent solution and be visibly clean before removing any isolation barrier.

By following these protection levels, we ensure the safety of both workers and occupants during mold removal.

Request Our Services

After eliminating the moisture source and mold growth, your premises should be revisited and reevaluated later to ensure the mold growth and remediation were successful. Your building should be free of any moldy smells or visible growth.

Request our water and mold removal services in Arizona. Contact Super Savers Restoration today.

Ancient Methods of Mold Remediation

Mold growth in buildings has been recognized as a health hazard since the earliest days of recorded history. The ancient Israelites, for example, had written procedures for purifying and inspecting buildings that were contaminated with mold. These procedures included removing contaminated bricks and disposing of them in a dump. In extreme cases, the entire building was demolished and the refuse similarly disposed of in a dump. See Leviticus 14:33-14:53

Environmental Protection Agency - Mold Homepage

American Indoor Air Quality Council

Water Damage Repair and Mold Repair


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