If you have any questions about mold and about the process that we use that are not covered below, and you cannot find answered elsewhere in the site, please contact us and we will be able to answer them for you.
We feel it is very important to educate people about the dangers of spores in their house, and why it should be handled as quickly as possible. there are resources online where you can learn about removal, but it is always best to consult with a professional and to use a company such as mold zero with anything but the most minor infestations of mold.
We have helped many people with their mold problems, and once people are more educated about what to look for, they know better how to detect the mold, and how to better prevent it in the future. the sooner someone knows to call us, the quicker the problem can be handled.
I’m having Mold Zero service my home. What should I do to prepare?
Your home will need to be vacant during the dry fog remediation process. Plan a place for you and your pets to be during our scheduled service.
Do I need to take down paintings and wall art before my service provider arrives?
Since our remediation method uses dry fog technology, we’ve never had any issues with paintings or wall art. However, many people feel more comfortable taking expensive paintings and wall art down, or covering them with a blanket.
What about fruit or other foods left out in the kitchen?
The chemical used by Mold Zero has been FDA approved for food contact. To retain the fresh taste of your produce, you may want to place it in a zip lock bag or refrigerator.
How long before I can re-enter my home?
Each job is different depending on the size of your home. A Mold Zero employee will let you know how long the process will take when the bid is submitted. You may notice a different smell when you return home—rest assured, this will dissipate quickly.