Mold Remediation and Mold Removal in Central Texas
Blackhill Restoration offers mold remediation and mold removal services in the greater Austin, Temple, Belton, Killeen, Bryan, College Station, Houston, Waco, San Antonio, and surrounding Texas communities. We will provide you with an estimate to determine the mold removal cost necessary to first stop the source, or where and why the mold is present, and then proceed with the mold remediation process of fully cleaning and disinfecting the area.
Mold Assessment and Mold Estimate
Contact us today to have one of our professional IICRC Mold Certified Estimators come out and perform a mold assessment to determine the why you are experiencing excessive mold growth and provide you with a mold estimate on how our team will perform mold removal and mold remediation services.
At Blackhill Restoration, we believe in excellence in everything we do, therefore we strive to provide excellence in our work and our customer service. We will explain each part of the mold removal process to ensure that you are confident in us and our IICRC Mold Certified Technicians.
All our Project Managers and Technicians must complete a series of classes to become IICRC Mold Certified to perform any mold remediation services in your home or business. With over 70+ combined years of experience, from Austin to Houston to Waco – and everywhere in between, we have been serving your home, your business, government facilities, hospitals, strip centers, schools, and industrial complexes with the highest standards of care.
Our Mold Removal Process:
- Identify the Moisture Source
- Set Up Containment and Air Filtration
- Remove All Contaminated Items and Materials
- Mold Remediation
- Air Duct Mold Removal
- Post Remediation Verification (PRV) Testing
Is one type of mold more “toxic” or dangerous than another?
Although there are thousands of different types of molds, such as Cladosporium mold, Chaetomium mold, Penicillium, and black mold – but one is not more dangerous than another. The phrase “toxic mold” is inaccurate. While certain molds are toxigenic, which means they can produce toxins (more specifically mycotoxins), molds themselves are not toxic. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), hazards presented by molds that may produce mycotoxins should be considered the same as any other type of mold found in your home or building.