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Pottstown, PA Moldy Floor Joists

Pottstown, PA Moldy Floor Joists

Homeowners often call us at SERVPRO of North East Chester County to investigate "moldy smells" or "mildew odors," but often the most obvious visual evidence of microbial growth goes unnoticed.  Mold comes in many different colors, shapes, and sizes, and can blend into materials such as wood joists if you do not know what you are looking for.  That is why we invest in the training and on-going refreshers that our staff undergoes - to stay at the forefront of the battle against moldy, mildewy, unhealthy, unsanitary homes.  One of the common locations for mold growth in crawlspaces and attics, such as with this Pottstown, PA home, is lurking under the floor, within the joist system.

Water Damage & Mold Growth in Phoenixville, PA

Water Damage & Mold Growth in Phoenixville, PA

At SERVPRO of North East Chester County, we always stress to our prospective customers that response time is everything when it comes to water damage restoration.  Expedient reaction time from our team will help mitigate secondary damage that may result from a water loss; including mold growth.  The longer the wet material sits in that "danger zone," the more likely mold and microbial growth is to set up shop, and if the damage goes undetected, we often find growth.  The good news is that we can handle the drying process and mold remediation, as a one-stop shop for all of your restoration needs.

Containment Chamber in Phoenixville, PA

Containment Chamber in Phoenixville, PA

When remediating a mold job, whether residential or commercial, containment barriers such as this one, which is sealing off a basement work area, are critical to prevent cross-contamination.  We make sure that all safety and health standards are vigorously upheld to protect your space and loved ones!

Containment Chamber in Phoenixville, PA

Containment Chamber in Phoenixville, PA

When remediating a mold job, whether residential or commercial, containment barriers such as this one, which is sealing off a basement work area, are critical to prevent cross-contamination.  We make sure that all safety and health standards are vigorously upheld to protect your space and loved ones!

Mold Growth in Phoenixville Basement

Mold Growth in Phoenixville Basement

Mold remediation is often taken lightly and not sufficiently treated.  It is important that the proper process is followed to contain active spores and prevent cross-contamination.  SERVPRO of North East Chester County meticulously trains all of our technicians to follow IICRC standards and we cut no corners in restoring your home to safe, healthy, livable conditions.

Black Mold...White Mold...Blue Mold...It All Has To Go!!!

Black Mold...White Mold...Blue Mold...It All Has To Go!!!

"Black mold" seems to be the most "on-the-radar" for homeowners; but the owner of this Phoenixville home was experiencing a myriad of colors, shapes, and textures, including this hairy, white, nasty mold.  At SERVPRO of North East Chester County, we take it all out!

Dreary Basements in Phoenixville Are Cozy Havens for Mold Growth

Dreary Basements in Phoenixville Are Cozy Havens for Mold Growth

Basements in your Phoenixville home or business don't HAVE to be dreary and moldy!  SERVPRO of North East Chester County can help you restore your space and make it cozy and livable for YOU - not musty mold growth!

Seeping Water Brings Mold With It in Phoenixville, PA

Seeping Water Brings Mold With It in Phoenixville, PA

Groundwater is a resilient phenomenon when it chooses a path and finds a way to get there!  Homeowners are often surprised that house foundations and exterior walls are not fail-safe barriers against penetrating groundwater if not properly sealed with a moisture barrier.  It is common that as the water passes through cinder block and deposits materials on the exterior of foundation walls, that these materials provide ideal scenarios for mold growth.  That is where SERVPRO of North East Chester County steps in, and professionally remediates the issue!