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Sano Steam Cleaning & Restoration

Kharbat Sons LLC.

4701 Wrightsville ave.

Wilmington, NC 28403

 

(910) 350-0000

omar@sanosteam

Mold Remediation

Mold Remediation in Wilmington NC
Unfortunately, mold or mildew also brings with it odors that are often described as "musty" or "moldy."  Natural materials such as carpet and upholstery fibers made of jute, rayon, cotton or silk, as well as floors, drywall, framing, and tackless strip are common places for a cleaner to encounter this powdery white foe.  Mildew growth can also be a problem after a flood or water damage.  Often this is because the affected area was not dried completely, took an excessive amount of time to dry, or the source of the damage was not fixed. What is mold?  Mold is the layperson's term for parasitic fungi that produce a whitish substance.  Mold feeds and grows by ingesting organic matter and it requires a moist and warm environment to survive. 

Microbial Fog

Sanitization in Wilmington NC for your:
Mattress, A/C Ducts, Attic, Carpet, and Furniture
Only Microban offers simultaneous protection against germs, bacteria, fungi, mold & mildew.  It has been rigidly tested under government recommended procedures by internationally renowned testing laboratories, universities, and hospitals.  Sano Steam is equipped to offer EPA Approved ULV microfogging to ensure thorough distribution throughout the application area.

Crawlspace Moisture

Crawlspace Moisture Control in Wilmington NC
The necessary relative humidity level is determined by the coldest surface area in the structure.  In Northern climates the foundation can be considered the coldest surface during humid periods because the ground temperature remains approximately 52 degrees Fahrenheit.  In the South, portions of the air conditioning duct work probably represent the coldest points.  The air in the structure must be dehumidified to a dew point (saturation temperature) lower than these coldest spots.Dehumidifiers remove humidity from the air.  Since moisture is one of the critical requirements for mold growth and can be controlled, it is a logical strategy to dry the affected structure and the air within it to help reduce or eliminate mold growth.  In order to be effective, the humidity levels in the structure must be aggressively lowered and maintained.