1. Containment is set up to isolate the affected area.

2. Air filtration machines are installed and the work environment kept under negative pressure to keep mold from spreading to other areas. Air changes are set at a minimum of four changes per hour based on industry guidelines.

3. If testing is to be performed it will be done prior to any further remediation efforts.

4. Depending upon the circumstances, a variety of remediation techniques may be employed such as encapsulation, application of anti-microbial treatments, and removal/disposal of mold contaminated materials.

5. Any materials requiring demolition are removed 18” – 24” past any visible mold.

6.  All areas are vacuumed with HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filtration vacuums and then wiped down with anti-microbials.

7. The entire affected area is then HEPA vacuumed again and retreated with anti-microbial.

8. Air filtration machines are then switched to “scrub mode” and run for 24 to 36 hours. Air filtration machines are capable of capturing virtually every removable airborne particle.

9. The area is then ready for re-inspection and testing by Industrial Hygienist if required.