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Uncovering the best mold remediation procedure for your specific mold problem can be confusing. There is a lot of false information out there about mold, and how to correctly perform mold mitigation work. Since the health dangers of mold are widely documented, make sure that you call RESCON to develop a mold removal plan that keeps you, your family, or your employees free from danger. At RESCON, we have the skills, training, licenses, and equipment to treat your specific mold removal project to industry standards of safety and effectiveness.

Mold Testing

Call RESCON to conduct a certified mold assessment if you suspect that you have a need for mold mitigation. This will be the surefire way for you to confirm the presence of toxic mold in your home or business. RESCON only follows ANSI/IICRC S500 and ANSI/IICRC S520 standards when contracting for mold inspections. This way, all of our clients can feel confident that we are using the strictest of industry standards to properly test for mold and eliminate its presence in the mold remediation process. Unfortunately, most mold problems go unnoticed until significant damage has already been done. Call RESCON today to deliver a detailed and comprehensive mold testing protocol. We will pinpoint the issue, find the mold that you can’t see, and fix it quickly at an affordable cost.


Here is our 5 step mold remediation process:

In case you haven’t noticed yet, everything that we do at RESCON has a very specific process. Mold removal and mold mitigation are no exception. For your knowledge, let us explain what happens after you call our office to solve your mold problem.

Here is our 5 step mold remediation process:

Harmful Effects of Mold

Mold is one of the most dangerous indoor air quality concerns in the country today. One would think that something so dangerous would need the perfect environment to grow, but all that mold needs to grow is water and an adequate food source. We know how water can get into a building to create mold, but what does mold feed off of in order to multiply?

Mold feeds off of something called cellulose, and it can be found in every room around you. Cellulose is in wood, drywall, rugs, and scores of other items used to construct your home or office. Furthermore, mold can hide very easily. So, just because you can’t see it or smell it doesn’t mean that you don’t have a mold problem.

Because it can appear and multiply so easily, mold has been medically proven to be associated with a whole host of health problems across the world. The mold hiding in your home or office releases spores, and these spores shed particulates that carry many different chemical toxins.

The following list, although not entirely complete, will give you an idea of the many health symptoms and concerns that have been related to mold cases:

Children under the age of eleven are even more susceptible to these symptoms. There is also research showing that pets can display these symptoms as well when living in buildings having mold problems.

Persons suspecting that they have a mold problem should consult a physician immediately. Preferably, contact a medical professional that can diagnose and treat mycotoxicosis — or mold toxicity.

RESCON is ready to handle your mold removal, as well as other toxic substances such as lead abatement and asbestos removal. Contact us no matter what you need dealt with!