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Tom L.
Durango, CO
November 27, 2017
Raked up the fecal matter from gravel & disposed of it. Then we put micro-ban down for sanitation along with a lemon scent for odor removal.
Louis & Shannon V.
Farmington, NM
November 9, 2017
We HEPA vacuumed and used an abrasive method to remove the hyphae. We then disinfected the affected area to ensure that the growth is remediated. We then used a stain remover and HEPA vacuumed once again before completing the job.
Jim A.
Durango, CO
October 17, 2017
No mold was found, however, high levels of humidity were present in the debris. We cleaned the crawlspace and added a vapor barrier for long-term prevention of microbial growth.
Ted & Jesse S.
Farmington, NM
August 24, 2017
We set up containment to reduce cross-contamination and ran an air scrubber with HEPA filtration. This created a negative air chamber, which trapped all dust and debris, as well as mold spores. During our demolition we removed the drywall and affected insulation. We exposed the wood framing for drying and placed the drying equipment to dry the wood framing and prevent rot & secondary damage, such as microbial growth. Once the wood was dry, we were able to HEPA vacuum the microbial growth and remove the spores. We were then able to sand the wood to expose the hyphe (mold roots). Once the hyphe was exposed, we were able to kill them with an antimicrobial disinfectant (derived from thyme oil and is a green product). Once the disinfectant was applied, and all microbial growth was confirmed as remediated, we HEPA vacuumed all surfaces within the containment to remove all settled spore, dust & debris, per the IICRC S520 OSHA approved standard for microbial growth remediation. The job was then completed, and the equipment was removed & taken down.
Durango, CO
January 18, 2017
We dried out the whole house and then did full construction to get them back into their regular life.

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