Does OZone work for Mold Remediation?
Occasionally we run into customers who have attempted ozone remediation and have been disappointed. Ozone is a naturally-occurring gas. As part of the upper levels of our atmosphere, ozone is really important. It protects our planet from harmful radiation. However, when ozone is present near the surface of the earth, it is a harmful pollutant.
What is Happening To Our Homes?
Why are so many homes that have been professionally remediated still making one or more family members sick? The flood or serious leak occurred, the insurance company came to the rescue along with the major mold remediation company. Everything seemed to be rebuilt as new. So why are we still sick?
Where did the Dead Mold Myth come from, and why does it linger?
The question gets asked often. What do we tell customers who have either read or been told that “dead mold” can still make you sick? To answer this and other misconceptions, let’s dive into the history of the industry and my opinion as to how this whole thing got started.
Why Traditional Mold Remediation Doesn’t Work
Pure Maintenance of Washington recognizes that the entire home needs to be addressed. This has become more and more obvious over the years as a good portion of our business has come from customers who had water intrusion in the past, and used traditional mold remediators.