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Mold Remediation Company - LMS Restoration

LMS Restoration is a full service home and commercial restoration company that offers safe and effective mold remediation services in the states of Texas and Oklahoma. We’ve got over 15 years of experience in eliminating this common but potentially dangerous fungus from property. If you spot mold growth in your household or place of business, don’t hesitate to call us at once for a free inspection and quote.

About Mold

Mold is the collective term used to describe a diverse set of fungus species. Mold is multicellular and it features trademark filaments called hyphae which gives it the familiar fuzzy look that most people can identify at a glance. Mold can grow  and reproduce just about anywhere in the world as long as basic food and moisture conditions are met. If left unchecked, mold can develop large, toxin-producing colonies that can pose threats to susceptible humans and animals. Most surfaces in a home or office can, unfortunately, provide mold the food it needs to grow. Wood, wallpaper, drywall, carpet fibers and even tiny dirt particles can serve as a source of nourishment for these fungi. Moisture from any small leak or water seepage is enough to favor and initiate growth. In some cases, mold can grow even when there’s no visible water presence in your property. High degrees of air humidity can suffice to activate mold spores. Mold and their spores are known irritants. As such, they can cause eye, respiratory and skin issues. They have also been known to trigger allergic reactions and asthma attacks in people with pre-existing medical conditions or hampered immune systems. Mold can produce poisonous mycotoxins that can afflict people with serious, long-term illnesses.

How to Identify Mold

In its early stages, mold growth in your property appears to be either black or white specks scattered across a surface. If you see this, you’ll want to call LMS Restoration right away so we can deal with it quickly and easily. In more advanced mold growth cases, large, fuzzy patches can be seen on floors, walls or ceilings. In either scenario, it’s best to act right away. Mold can reproduce rapidly and the problem can only get worse if not addressed promptly. It is also possible for mold to grow within concealed spaces that have been affected by water in the past. The insides of walls, floors and ceilings can serve as secret mold breeding grounds. If you had internal flooding and leaks recently or if there are musty smells that linger in your property, it is best to have it checked by an experienced water damage restoration service provider like LMS Restoration. We have the mold remediation know-how and equipment to find and remove mold wherever it exists.

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Can I Deal with Mold Myself?

Although mold can look as harmless as common surface stains, getting in close contact with it can pose serious health hazards to you and the people within your home or workplace. Proper mold remediation involves specialized procedures and equipment to make sure the process is done safely and effectively. Attempting to do it yourself is not only risky, it can also end up costing you more than it would take to have professionals come in and do the job. Conventional knowledge suggests that bleaching and drying can get rid of mold. While that may pass the naked eye test, what you do not see may be worrisome in this case. This cleanup method can leave behind spores that can be reactivated when they come in contact with moisture long after cleanup. Additionally, mold spores can cause health problems even in their dry or dead states. For best results, you need complete removal, drying and dehumidification to make sure that mold does not return. Call LMS Restoration today and schedule your free inspection and cost estimation. Our friendly staff is standing by to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can also leave a message on our Contact Us page to state your request.