Do you think you have a mould problem? Don’t try to remediate it yourself! Poor technique and equipment could spread the contamination rather than eradicate it. Instead, get in touch with us so we can plan a visual inspection of the area. This inspection will help identify the sources of humidity causing the mould and mildew and ensure the development of a protocol that’s adapted to the situation.
The decontamination of mould is a process, not a product, and you should never try to remediate the problem by only using a product. At best, products will control the spread of more mould, but they won’t remove it from a surface. Painting over mould to trap the problem is also ill advised. This method won’t stop the mould from spreading, and will only temporarily hide the problem. It’s only by mechanically removing the mould from surfaces that you’ll be able to eliminate the problem once and for all.
At CRYOTECHNIC, we decontaminate in accordance with the strict protocols of ANSI/IICRC S520 and use abrasive dry-ice blasting. This revolutionary and effective method is generally agreed upon in all respected decontamination protocols to remove mould and mildew in inhabited areas because it’s both fast and doesn’t pose a health risk. It ensures the removal of both viable and non-viable mould spores on all semi-porous materials like wood, brick and concrete, and allows occupants to remain at home for the duration of the remediation process.
These are some of the advantages of using Cryotechnic to decontaminate mould and mildew
- Reduces decontamination time
- Doesn’t produce by-products
- A chemical-free process that physically removes both viable and non-viable mould spores
- Ideal for people who are hypersensitive or intolerant to chemical products
- An environmentally friendly decontamination process that doesn’t pose any health hazards to a residence’s occupants
- Guaranteed decontamination work
- Applied Microbial Restoration Technician (AMRT)-certified personnel, by the IICRC