Hibernia has performed many residential remediation projects. There are two different types of mold remediation. Our experts will visit your property and determine whether you need decontamination or full remediation.
De-contamination, a HEPA vacuuming and damp wipe with an anti-microbial solution while under negative air pressure. The technicians will address every square inch of the walls ceiling and floors. After the decontamination, Hibernia will request a third-party Indoor Environmental Professional to determine if the decontamination was successful.
A full remediation is when the technicians need to remove building materials to reach the source of the mold. Whether it is carpet, drywall, baseboards or insulation, the technicians will remove the necessary items to thoroughly remove the source of the mold. The remediation process will also determine what necessary procedures will need to take place to prevent future occurrences to happen.
At Hibernia, we believe correcting your mold problem and preventing future mold problems, is not only your responsibility, but also the responsibility of the Indoor Environmental Professional, the remediation contractor and all other contractors, such as foundation, HVAC, energy auditors, windows, insulation, roofing, landscaping and more, who are intricately involved your project. We are not limited to remediation, but we want to provide solutions for your mold problems that will last.
Mold remediation involves:
Basement Mold Remediation
Hibernia has vast experience in remediating basements. Basements are naturally high in humidity because they are underground and are likely to have moisture intrusions that can lead to indoor air quality issues. Hibernia’s trained staff of experts knows how to look for these problems and determine the best procedure to correct it and prevent future mold problems.
If your basement has moisture intrusions, it may be necessary to hire the professional help of a foundation repair company. Dehumidification is also a necessary source of preventing mold from growing in your basement. Hibernia will help you determine what is necessary to provide long term solutions to your mold problems.
Crawl Space Mold Remediation
Are you aware that 40 to 60 percent of the air in your crawlspace enters through the main living area of your home? This is what professionals call the “stack affect.” Our homes are built over natural soil that contains many of the ingredients for what is lurking in our crawlspaces. At Hibernia, we want to rid your crawlspace of mold so you can breathe and live better in your home.
Our crawlspace remediation procedure includes:
Attic Mold Remediation
Attics do occasionally need to be remediated. typically due to high humidity, water intrusion or catastrophic events. Attics do not usually need remediation unless there is a serious emergency situation or faulty craftsmanship by the builder. Attics are generally hot and well ventilated, but do occasionally need remediation.
Remediation of an attic involves:
Hibernia will guarantee that we will pass third-party testing by a third-party indoor environmental professional or we will re-remediate. Hibernia does not want the responsibility of remediation to be on the property owner. Of course we cannot remediate what is not visible or what has not been addressed by the third-party IEP. Hibernia will provide a one-year guarantee on its mold remediation area.
Contact us today to learn more information about our mold remediation services and to schedule your free consultation.