Mold can grow on almost any surface. Buildings with excessive moisture are particularly prone to mold growth, especially if the moisture problem goes undiscovered or unaddressed. If you suspect that your facility has a mold or indoor air quality (IAQ) problem, contact the experts at EWI right away. We have the necessary personnel, equipment, supplies and materials required to conduct commercial mold remediation. All remediation and cleaning is performed utilizing ANSI/IICRC 5520 (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification) guidance and standards for microbial remediation.
Years of Professional Experience
Our trained professionals are familiar with and experienced in proper mold remediation techniques. We have completed mold remediation projects for both public and private sector clients on facilities including large office buildings, warehouses, state parks, universities and airports. We are a member of the National Association for Moisture Management, and our mold inspectors are state certified where necessary and applicable.
Our Remediation Process
Upon entering the facility, our trained personnel identify impacted building materials for remediation, cleaning and, if necessary, removal for disposal. These materials can and often include drop ceiling tiles, chairs, paper products and porous furniture.
High-efficiency particulate air filters (HEPA) vacuums are used to remove any mold from raised surfaces in the workspace, and surfaces are wiped with a nontoxic anti-microbial solution.
The workspace is continually vented and the air is scrubbed using a negative air machine equipped with HEPA filter, which pulls the mold, dust, particles and odors from the air within the remediation areas.
EWI utilizes an Air-O-Cell® cassette aerosol “spore trap” method to sample on completion. Total mold concentrations in the interior concern areas of the building are compared to outside exterior concentrations to confirm that acceptable levels have been met.