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Mold Removal

Mold typically develops when excess moisture or water is left sitting over a long period of time. This could be invisible, such as in a crawl space as a result of a leaking pipe or after a big flood in your basement. At AAC Environmental we offer thorough mold and odor removal services to help find the source of the mold and clean and restore your home to its previous state. Our professional mold removal technicians use proven deodorization techniques to get rid of mold odors as part of the process. Our mold removal process includes the following...

Attics, basements, & crawlspaces





Mold Testing

Air quality and mold testing are key to understanding not only where unseen mold has spread, but also what type of mold remediation techniques are appropriate to the type of mold. Professional mold testing provides the information that mold remediation technicians need to do the job right the first time.


Mold Abatement

With careful isolation of the affected areas, IFF halts the spread of mold spores to other areas of your building. We use negative air machines and plastic sheeting for mold containment while we clean and remove mold from the space. We have the equipment ready for full mold abatement and remediation services. 


Encapsulation After Abatement

Mold prevention is key. Encapsulating your crawl space or attic after we perform the mold abatement helps assure you that we won't have to come back a few years down the line to take care of a new mold infestation. 

Whether you know the source of the mold, such as following a water-related disaster or you have noticed a musty smell and black spots on the walls, we can help. The earlier we catch mold and remove it, the better the chances are of your home being salvageable. At AAC Environmental, our mold remediation experts have the training and experience needed to remove mold from your home and repair any damage which was done to your home.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • What is asbestos?
    Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous, silicate mineral. It is composed of flexible fibers that are resistant to heat, electricity, and corrosion which makes it highly useful in commercial and industrial applications. Unfortunately, asbestos is also highly toxic and exposure can cause many serious health conditions. Asbestos is found and can be mined naturally all over the world. It can be found on its own or as a contaminant in other minerals such as talc and vermiculite. There are six different types of asbestos that fall into two different categories: amphibole and serpentine.
  • When was asbestos used and what was it for?
    Because of its vast array of applications, asbestos has been used as long as humans have been around to use it – archaeologists have found evidence of asbestos use to strengthen ceramic pots as far back as the Stone Age! Modern asbestos manufacturing, however, became a prosperous industry in the late 1800s at the start of the Industrial Revolution. Asbestos was commonly used in construction and automobile manufacturing, particularly in the United States. Common asbestos-containing products are: Cement Electrical Insulation Flooring and Roofing Thermal Insulation Gaskets and Packing Materials Spray-on Fire Retardant While as of 2005, asbestos was banned throughout the European Union, there is still no asbestos ban in the United States. The health risks of asbestos have been well known since at least the 1930s, but the federal government did not pass any legislation limiting exposure until the 1970s. Currently, asbestos use in the US is allowed but heavily regulated.
  • Why is asbestos dangerous?
    Asbestos is dangerous for several reasons. The first is that you won’t know if you’ve been exposed to it. It won’t cause itchy skin, coughing, or scratchy throats – there are no immediately obvious indications of exposure because the fibers are too small to see, feel, or taste. Because the fibers of asbestos are so small, they travel deep into the lungs when inhaled and lodge in the lung tissue causing serious disease and even death. Exposure to asbestos increases the risk of developing: Lung Cancer Asbestosis Mesothelioma Pleural Effusions Other cancers
  • What is asbestos abatement?
    Asbestos abatement refers to the procedures designed to control the release of dangerous asbestos fibers from materials that contain asbestos. Abatement is utilized when there is a high risk of releasing fibers such as during material removal, encapsulation, or repair. Proper abatement is essential for the protection of both workers and building inhabitants. The area being abated will be sealed off and a special vacuum that is designed just for asbestos containment will be used to clean up during and after asbestos removal.

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