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Clean and Restore provides safe, effective, and proven restoration & remediation solutions in Vermont. 

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What is Mold Remediation?

Mold Remediation is a actually a term invented by professionals like us in the industry, to describe the action of dealing with elevated levels of mold in a home or business. The truth is, there are mold spores everywhere; in the air outside, and in all of our homes. But high levels of mold can be a potential health hazard and represent a danger to the structure of the home. As a homeowner, you may be alarmed when you find evidence of mold in your home, and rightly so!
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The Mold Remediation Lie

Here's where it gets tricky. Some so called mold remediation companies claim that they can come into your home, spray down mold affected areas with a germicide, and that's it. But that's not it. According to the EPA, dead mold causes the same health problems that live mold does. Mold MUST be removed by proper cleaning techniques, not just killed. Many times mold is hidden within walls or inaccessible areas that cannot be quickly sprayed, so it will return, causing even more damage.

spraying mold is not enough...

The Takeaway...

No matter what any "professional" tells you, according to industry accepted guidelines, mold should be removed, not simply killed. Clean and Restore’s remediation process is based on the guidelines found in the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification publication S520 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation, so you can be sure that it will always include measures to effectively remove the mold from the structure, leaving you a clean and safe home or business.

Is mold really that dangerous? 

There are over 100,000 different types of mold. Mold spores are everywhere in the natural environment. Some mold is not harmful, but studies clearly show links between some common mold types and symptoms such as chronic coughs, asthma and allergy attacks, watery eyes, rashes, headaches, and other chronic respiratory conditions. Not only that, but mold threatens the health of your building structure, and it may cause difficulties, should you decide to sell it.
If you suspect there is mold in your home, we can help! 
Call us at 802-585-1332 to learn more about our mold remediation services.

What to do when MOLD is found in your home


Safety First

  • Mold can trigger allergic reactions. Avoid agitating the areas with visible mold.  
  • Don't use household cleaners or bleach to remove mold. These can actually spread mold spores. 
  • Keep children out of mold affected areas. They can be especially susceptible to asthma and allergic reactions to mold.


Identify and stop any source of water

  • Look for nearby sources of water, including leaking pipes, roof leaks, or groundwater seepage. If there is a leaking pipe, call a plumber.  
  • If your floor drain is plugged, make sure there are no obstructions in the floor drain pipe and check the outlet for good flow. If the pipe is plugged, call a qualified individual to unplug it.  
  • If your roof is leaking check for fallen trees, blown off shingles, or other obvious causes. Have a qualified individual tarp the affected area until repairs can be made.  


Preserve and protect

  • Place foil or plastic under furniture legs. Move compressed wood furniture out of wet areas as soon as possible.  
  • Move any valuable and vulnerable items out of the damaged area.  
  • Wash any clothes or draperies in your household washing machine. 

Our Process

Mold Remediation

What should you expect when you call Clean and Restore to handle mold remediation and removal?

Step One

Survey the building to determine the extent to which mold is present and is impacting air quality, building materials and contents, and develop a strategy for remediation, removal and repair.

Step Two

Communicate with you the homeowner what has happened and how the issues will be handled.

Step Three

If applicable, work with you and your insurance company to communicate the damage and coverage needed.

Step Four

Treat all visible and invisible mold spores to stop growth and damage. 

Step Five

Thoroughly clean all affected areas, completely removing treated mold and mold spores to help prevent future growth. Leave the home like it never happened.
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