Mold remediation, or mold abatement, is the process of removing, cleaning, sanitizing and demolishing mold and mold-contaminated matter. Any home or building can quickly become infested with mold anytime water damage occurs, such as a plumbing leak or flood damage. Mold can spread throughout a property in as little as 48–72 hours and can produce allergens and irritants leading to various health problems.

Mold remediation is the solution to a widespread mold infestation. It requires specialized training, equipment, and processes.
If you see signs of mold, contact GenCorp Services today!

Residential Mold Remediation

Many people worry about black mold, or “toxic mold,” growing in their homes. But there are many types of mold that can occur. Regardless of the color or type, treat all molds with caution. Molds produce potentially harmful allergens and irritants, and on top of that, they gradually destroy the things they grow on. To prevent further damage to your home and furnishings, save money, and protect your family from potential health problems, contact a professional mold remediation company right away.

Commercial Mold Remediation

Besides causing a major business interruption, a mold problem can present a serious health risk for people exposed at your commercial property. Every hour spent remediating is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. If you suspect your property has a mold problem, contact GenCorp Services. With our experience and expertise, we will work quickly to manage the situation and have your business up and running in no time.

Government Mold Remediation

Government buildings and facilities are also at risk for mold if a leak or water source is introduced. Public facilities exposed to extended periods of wet and humid weather conditions due to floods or natural disasters are particularly at risk for the growth and spread of mold. GenCorp Services can provide professional temporary staffing to assist government clean-up and remediation of mold.

For helpful advice on preventing future mold growth,
check out these Moisture and Mold Prevention and Control Tips from the EPA.