Since the advent of modern construction, plumbing has been hidden from sight. Just behind your walls and inside your cabinets lie the pipes that feed water to all the places in your house that need it. The downside to the luxury of not seeing your plumbing up close is that mold damage in your home often begins to develop before you’re even aware of a leak.
A small pinhole in the water line to your washing machine or improperly installed shower pans are impossible to see with the naked eye. This is exactly why these are some of the worst mold damage culprits. No matter where your mold damage has originated from, our team of water mitigation and building restoration experts is here to help. Plus, we can point you toward the best professionals to complete any other job that comes up during the process.
Don’t wait to address your water damage if you’re standing in floodwater right now. Our team responds to emergency calls 24/7 so you don’t have to wait.
If your home has sustained damage from a fire of any kind, don’t hesitate. Call our team of restoration professionals any time, day or night.
If you suspect you have mold in your house first look for spots. Patterns of small black, green, white, or orange spots are usually a key indicator as well as musty smells. However, in order to truly be sure whether or not you have mold you should have a remediation company out. After doing a visual inspection an air quality test may be recommended.
The cause of a strange smell in your cabinets is likely due to mold growth. At some point if your cabinetry was exposed to moisture, mold likely is growing and sending spores into the air causing the odor. A remediation professional can do air quality testing and air remediation.
Mold varies in appearance with different colors and patterns. Even though there are more common colors and patterns, it’s important to call a restoration or remediation company like us for an assessment.
If you find mold in your house and have tried finding a diy solution, you’ve probably seen the suggestion of using bleach. Unfortunately, bleach does not remove mold; because, it’s a living organism and mold actually reacts to this “attack” by sending more spores into the air! So please give professionals like Central Florida Restoration Solutions a call to actually solve the problem!
Central Florida home emergencies deserve a local response. If you need a solution to fire, water, mold, or smoke damage, contact our team of experts today and get the support you need.