- Indoor Air Quality & Mold Testing
- Mold Inspection
- Mold Assesment
- Mold Remediation
- Mold Prevention
- Disinfectant Cleaning Service
Crawlspace Mold & Moisture Remediation
HVAC & Duct Cleaning
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Commercial Mold Remediation
Previous Commercial Projects:
At Coastal Carolina Mold Experts, we have successfully completed many commercial projects. Here are several examples:
Beaufort County schools, Marion County schools, Florence County schools, Pasquotank County schools, East Carolina University, Francis Marion University, Coastal Carolina University and many more.
Bertie County DRC building, Bertie County Tax Office, Pitt Social Security office, Pasquotank County Police Station, Sunset Beach Town Hall, Hyde County Prison, Martin County Prison, Hew Hanover County Fire Stations (several different stations) Pender County Fire Stations (several different stations, and many more.
Vidant Hospital, Brody School of Medicine, Carolinas Hospital System, as well as many private practices.
Elizabeth City Boys and Girls Club, First Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, St. Peters Catholic Church in Greenville, First Presbyterian Church in Morehead City, Mimosa Bay Clubhouse, and many more.
We also work extensively with:
Contractors, Realtors, Home Builders, Home Renovators, Fire & Water Recovery companies, HVAC companies, Plumbers, Exterminators, Insulation companies, Electricians, and many more professionals to be named.
One of the most common mold myths is the term “BLACK MOLD”. The color of mold is determined by the type of nutrients it can absorb from the material it is living on. To say “I have black mold” is like saying I have a black dog. It tells what color the dog is but it does not identify what type. Unless lab analysis has identified Stachybotrys (the actual “black mold”), that is a slim mold and very problematic, than you don’t have it.
The next big myth is that mold can be remediated by using bleach. This is not only wrong but it can also become a contributing factor in the continuing growth of the mold. Bleach doesn’t have any fungicidal capabilities what so ever. It can be used once the mold has been treated with the proper chemicals to remove staining but to use it, especially mixed with water, as a treatment you would only be adding moisture to mold.
Another myth would be that mold is deadly. To the general public the statement would be false. To anyone with hypersensitivities to mold, they could feel some adverse health effects from being around even acceptable mold levels. Mold is an allergen and can exhibit allergic potentials in different people as they can be affected by mycotoxins. The mycotoxins are what are produced by mold that can cause these adverse health effects and levels of production vary between the types of molds. This is why it is important to hire a certified inspector with experience to be able to interpret the lab results.