Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Moldy Kitchen Cabinet

Mold is most commonly found in the bathroom and kitchen of any home or office building. This home in Riverside California had a small leak that went unnoticed for some time, allowing mold to grow in the cabinet under the kitchen sink. Once the dishwasher was moved you could clearly see the damage done from the side of the cabinet. 

The professionals at SERVPRO of East Riverside City removed all the damaged material, cleaned the affected area with an anti-microbial agent which kills microorganisms or stops their growth.  Air scrubbers and Negative air fans were also used to rid the air of any mold spores to prevent the mold from spreading to other areas of the home. 

What's Hidden Behind The Walls

Mold grows everywhere - with the right conditions. Mold loves moisture and humidity. Mold also needs something to eat, like wood, drywall and carpet. This is one reason it is so important to properly dry-out any water damage or spill as soon as possible. If you see this; don't panic, call SERVPRO of East Riverside!

What's Growing Under The Sink?

A small leak left un noticed can cause a lot of damage. Under the kitchen sink is a common area for leaks and is not normally checked by homeowners. As you can see the entire bottom shelf of the cabinet area was basically eaten through by the mold. A small amount of water and the right temperatures made a perfect home for this mold to grow.

RUSD Mold Projects

SERVPRO is working Riverside Unified School District to remove mold found in boys restroom at Poly High School. The entire floor was removed along with some drywall. By the time school is back in session it will be Like It Never Even Happened.

Mold Containment

When dealing with mold removal it's important to have a secure containment around the affected area to prevent the mold spores from spreading. Adding an air scrubber helps remove the mold spores during demolition and rebuild work.

Mold in Commercial Restroom

While working on repairs to this restroom at a local high school mold and rotten wood was found under the floating toilet and urinal. The entire floor was removed including some dry wall to completely remove the affected material.