Moldease is more than mold removal and remediation…we’re your air quality company in Fort Pierce and surrounding communities in St. Lucie County. Call us today and ask about our Free Visual Inspection and Estimate!
Our other service areas include:
Port St. Lucie
Take a look at what our clients in Fort Pierce and around Florida’s Treasure Coast say about Moldease:
Prompt, friendly and honest. Evaluated my air quality issues and made suggestions for fixing. Never felt sales pressure and genuinely cared about doing the job properly. Great ! – Thomas Kerby
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Need Mold Removal or Remediation? Why Moldease is the Smart Choice
Moldease is not just another mold remediation and removal company. We use Thermal Imagery, Digital Particle Counters, Borescopes and EPA registered and approved solutions with advanced application machinery and methods. We don’t use dangerous chemical poisons or unreliable “enzyme” based products We deal with air quality from an odor elimination approach as well, sanitizing for mustiness, pets, smoke, and more for homes, cars, boats, RVs and commercial properties such as gyms, studios, daycare centers, and adult living facilities.
Here’s a question many people ask when they are trying to find out if Moldease is the right choice to restore their home from mold damage:
What is Mold Remediation?
Mold remediation is the treatment and removal of mold growth. It is stopping the environmental damage and growth of mold bringing the property back to a normal fungal ecology. It requires proper moisture removal and prevention to stop the growth and spreading of active mold colonies in the property including proper cleaning and treatment to eliminate mold spore contamination.
For more questions and answers about how we can resolve your mold problem, click here!
Want to Know For Sure if You Have a Mold Problem?
If you’re not sure if you have an existing mold problem, any inspection or testing using specialized instrumentation will involve costs and most likely begin with an Air Quality Assessment.
Here’s a question many people ask when they are trying to find out if they have a mold problem:
What are the typical symptoms of a mold allergy?
Mold is a type of fungus that produces spores that float in the air like pollen. Mold is an allergen that causes symptoms in most people. When you breathe in spores your body thinks they will harm you and then your body attacks it leading to many classic allergy symptoms. This reaction could be very bad for your body and could include symptoms such as sneezing, itchy skin, rashes, hives, itchy nose and throat, coughing, trouble sleeping, and trouble breathing. Always speak with a medical professional if you have or suspect someone is having these symptoms in your home.
These symptoms can be particularly dangerous in small children, elderly adults, and people with asthma. There is no way to prevent a mold allergy, but being able to lower the amount of mold in your home and workplace is the best way to handle this health problem.
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“Breathe easy… You found someone who truly cares about your air!”
Owner, Moldease LLC
Our Inspection: Key Indoor Environmental Components
Moldease offers you a comprehensive Air Quality Assessment including an inspection of Key Indoor Environmental Components using specialized instrumentation:
Identification of Proper Humidity Control (Thermal Hydrometer)
Inspection of excess moisture intrusion due to water leaks or water intrusion (Flir Thermal Imagery Camera)
Measurement of Airborne Particulates (VPC300 Extech Particle Counter)
Identification of excess VOC’s [Volatile Organic Compounds] and HCOC [Formaldehyde] (Extech VFM200 VOC/Formaldehyde Meter)
Visual inspection of possible MicroBiological Growth
Call us to schedule your FREE inspection or click one of the links below for more information!
- Our Inspection: Key Indoor Environmental Components
- Air Quality Assessment: Our Goals
- Humidity Control
- Thermal Imagery Scan
- Particle Count Measurements
- VOC and HCOC Readings
- Visual Inspection
- Assessment Report