Mold Damage to Kenwood Condo
Mold Damage at a Kenwood Condominium started when a water heater began leaking. The water pooled in an area that wasn’t readily visible. There was no light in that location, so the perfect conditions for mold growth were present. The owners eventually noticed an odor and discovered the mold infestation. The property owners selected for the project due to their stellar reputation for mold remediation. The first order of business was to set up a containment area to prevent mold spores from spreading throughout the residence during cleanup. We cut out a portion of the drywall and removed the water damaged carpeting to allow the air moving and dehumidification equipment to treat the moisture behind the walls and the sub-flooring. The water heater had rusted causing the original leak. We arranged for its removal and replacement. The family was delighted that the potential threat to their health that mold represents was now gone, and the building materials in the room were clean and fresh.