For many people, the thought of a mold removal service in their home brings up images of demolition, long waits, and an excessive amount of stress and anxiety. Fortunately, there’s a better way. Here at Mold Zero, we use a patented dry fog technology to destroy and remove mold faster, easier, and without lasting damage. Discover these and other advantages with our guide to the main benefits of home dry fog sanitization.
How Dry Fog Technology Works
The dry fogging process has two steps: InstaPURE and EverPURE. The InstaPURE sterilant identifies and destroys mold throughout the entirety of the building.
Next, the EverPURE application disinfects the building and helps protect it from future mold growth.
These steps are efficient, noninvasive, and address the problem throughout the entire building, producing the following main benefits of dry fog sanitization in the home.
Dry fog works quickly. It spreads throughout the home and destroys mold and bacteria over the course of just a few hours. It also leaves little trace, meaning that no one has to take the time to clean off any residue once the process is done. This means that our mold removal specialists can be in and out of your home quickly, letting you get back to your normal, healthy life as soon as possible.
The dry fogging process spreads the InstaPURE sterilant throughout the entire house—including commonly skipped areas. This makes dry fog mold remediation far more effective than other forms of mold removal. The process destroys even the smallest mold spores, guaranteeing a safe and healthy environment for everyone inside the building. Additionally, the EverPURE application continues to protect your building by preventing mold growth.
Does Dry Fogging Replace the Need for Demolition?
Demolition is necessary when the growth of mold—especially toxic mold—becomes so severe that the materials of the building can’t be salvaged. Because the dry fog can target hard-to-reach areas, it can help avoid the need for demolition or destruction. However, it’s important to remember that demolition might still be necessary in severe cases.
Mold Zero is home to the masters of the dry fog technology. We can help rid your home or business of mold quickly, effectively, and with the least amount of hassle.
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I appreciate you helping me to understand that dry fog only takes a couple of hours to kill bacteria and mold in a home. If I were to guess, it seems like dry fog is a way to provide an area with some humidity without allowing moisture to accumulate in the air or on a surface. This seems like this would be a good way to create a humid environment in your home without encouraging the growth of mold.
It helped when you mentioned that severe toxic mold growth calls for demolition. My friend suspects mold in their property. I should advise her to hire a mold inspection company to obtain reliable results.