Expert Mold Treatment for Your Residence in Washington, D.C.

Mold Treatment in Burke, VA

Trust the Experts at Envirotex for Mold Treatment in Washington, D.C.

Certified by the American Council for Accredited Certification and Indoor Air Quality Association, Envirotex Environmental Services has performed hundreds of mold inspections in over the years. Envirotex wants you to know about the health risks and property damage done by mold, and about professional mold treatment in your Washington, D.C. home.

Envirotex is an accomplished, licensed environmental services contractor delivering mold treatment in Washington, D.C. We offer:

  • Comprehensive mold treatment in Washington, D.C. for home and business owners.
  • Envirotex licenses and certifications include: Asbestos Inspector license, Class A Commonwealth of Virginia contractor's license, EPA accreditation and OSHA certification.
  • The environmental professionals at Envirotex have state-of-the-art equipment, industry training, field experience and the required resources to safely and effectively perform mold treatment at your home or workplace.

Signs of Mold? Call Envirotex for Mold Treatment

Contaminants lurk in the corners of our lives. Anything organic, such as wood or cotton, supports mold and mildew growth, but mildew can also grow on synthetic materials. Believe it or not, the most fertile mildew breeding grounds are building materials containing paper: drywall, paper-backed insulation, and wall coverings, including paint.

Mold forms when water pools on or soaks through any natural material. A mold inspection is a visual evaluation, which can include lab testing. The inspection reveals the presence of mold, how it is nourished, and reputable mold companies will recommend how to eliminate and prevent regrowth. The inspection will review foundation issues to exterior problems to air quality concerns.

The "thermal envelope" of your home contains materials that absorb moisture and trap pockets of relative humidity. During inspections, we use a moisture meter for carpets and walls, a fiber-optic scope to look inside your walls, and a 300-watt halogen lamp to reveal hidden pockets of mildew. You can often smell or see mold, but these tools illuminate locations and degrees of mildew infestation often overlooked.

Respond to any hint of moisture problems early. Be proactive and use a dehumidifier. Mold is more likely to develop during ongoing events, such as long-term unrepaired leaks in your Washington, D.C. home. If materials dry out and the mold goes dormant, have a mold treatment so spores can be removed by a professional mold treatment firm in Washington, D.C. such as Envirotex Environmental. Have your HVAC system properly balanced each year to maintain the lowest possible relative humidity.

Mold spores are never eliminated because they exist naturally in ambient air. While most of us coexist comfortably, act quickly if you live with sensitivities, allergies, or asthma. "If you find mold, it could be a simple fix such as cleaning up and repainting the spot, or it could require full remediation with containment to remove mold spores from the air." For expert mold treatment advice on your Washington, D.C. home and property, call the professionals at Envirotex Environmental Services today.

About Envriotex Environmental Services

Established in Northern Virginia in 2000, Envirotex Environmental Services was founded on military service. While serving his country, the company's owner Mr. Freeman gained vast knowledge and experience in the environmental services field. His expertise in air monitoring and hazardous materials testing prepared him for his post-military career.

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