The remediation process can either be Invasive or Non-Invasive depending on the moisture source.
Non-Invasive Remediation - The remediation process consists mostly of HEPA vacuuming, sanding, wiping surfaces and HEPA filtering the air. Invasive Remediation - The remediation process consists of discarding, removing or demolishing porous building materials that can not be decontaminated as described in the Non-invasive definition. READ MORE
There are several steps to the remediation process. Some of those steps are: Poperty evaluation, identifying problem areas, building inspections... READ MORE
The first step in assessing your property and the degree to which mold contamination is present involves a complete preliminary mold test. The purpose of the mold test is to identify the areas affected by mold and to measure the degree of infestation in the surface and structure. The results of the mold test will guide the development of the REMEDIATION GROUP, INC. recovery plan. READ MORE
The Dry Ice Blasting Process ~ Source Removal is a new cleaning process that uses CO2 pellets (dry ice) for blast cleaning surfaces. It is similar to high-pressure washing, sand or glass bead blasting, but uses CO2 ice for more effective cleaning of biological matter like mold. READ MORE
Sensitive to Mold or Airborne Chemicals? Remediation Group has just the product for you and your family! READ MORE
Floods, fires, earthquakes, pipe leaks, hurricanes, tornadoes and rainstorms are the disasters we all dread. When they occur, we can repair and rebuild. But most disasters create water damage to homes, offices, factories, schools, stores and a host of other buildings. READ MORE
For more information on mold contamination and its threat to your business, home and health, click to read two EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) reports:Residential Mold Guide and Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings -2001 document.