Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Setting-up a Mold Containment Space

Our team of qualified mold specialists know that the first part of any mold remediation job is to set-up a containment space. The affected area is sealed and keeps spores from leaving by utilizing negative pressure.

Mold Damage – Conover Home

Mold damage was discovered in the upstairs of this Conover home. When the technicians of SERVPRO of Catawba County East are confronted with extensive mold growth, they need to suction the mold spores to the exterior of the home without contaminating any unaffected area of the structure.

Mold Growth in Catawba Home

A Catawba customer called about mold growth in the basement of a home he was selling. The customer had used some commercial products, but they were ineffective. Our team came in and lowered the moisture levels before treating the affected areas. It was "Like it never even happened."

Mold Damage – Conover Bathroom

Mold damage occurred in this Conover Bathroom when the supply line to the toilet leaked for several weeks leading to mold growth in and through the wall surrounding the supply line. As the photo show, we had to remove the damaged drywall to facilitate treatment of the affected area.

Mold Damage – Conover Office Lunchroom

Mold damage was at this Conover office lunchroom was hidden behind a row of cabinetry that included a sink. The mold infestation was discovered due to the musty odor it ultimately produced.

Mold Damage – Conover Home with Air Movers

Mold Damage in this Conover home involved significant moisture. Industrial air movers are pictured here being used to enhance the drying process. If mold growth turns up in your home or commercial property, call SERVPRO of Catawba County East 24/7 at (828) 465-6504.