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The future of mold removal.

The Fix it Guys are proud to be Goldmorr® System Master Technicians. The Goldmorr® System of mold removal is the future of Mold Remediation. This unique system has had years of success. It’s guaranteed to remove all types of mold from your home or building safely, quickly and with less cost than traditional methods. In most cases, home and business owners do not have to relocate while the remediation process takes place, nor do they have to have drywall and furnishings removed and incur additional reconstruction or refurnishing costs.

Put simply, most of the time The Fix it Guys will be in and out in a day. But hurry! Mold left untreated will continue to grow and cause more damage.

The Fix it Guys, Mold Remediation Process:

Mold Inspection and Documenting

The first thing our mold remediation specialists do is perform a complete inspection of the whole structure to evaluate the level of contamination. The Fix it Guys uses sensitive infrared photography and moisture metering to find hidden moisture which can be causing mold or growth. The findings are then carefully recorded; that way our mold crew ensures that the remediation process is fully complete at the end of the project.

Mold Remediation

The patented Goldmorr® fogging system used by The Fix it Guys, will penetrate tiny openings and pores, with nontoxic solutions which can destroy mold spores. Nontoxic fogging can remove mold hidden behind walls. In some cases, fogging reduces the need for expensive, disruptive drywall demolition. Mold remediation usually includes physically cleaning the mold-affected areas with bio-cleaning solutions, removing the materials affected by mold (if needed), and vacuuming the contaminated area, as well as the rest of the structure, with HEPA Negative Air Filtration devices.

What is Fogging?

When a Goldmorr® Master Technician refers to fogging, it is the process by which the GM2000 is applied within your dwelling. The product is misted by use of a spray device and so can gain far greater and more consistent coverage of an entire home; similar to the steam created when you have a hot shower.

Why fog the entire house rather than just the room that has the mold?

This is simply because mold spores spread. They are carried on your clothing, as well as being present in the air. If the entire dwelling is not fogged, then the mold will return in other rooms under the right conditions. The bottom line here is that we can confidently use GM2000 knowing that you are extremely unlikely to have any reaction to it. It is not going to harm any of your furnishings either. We have performed many treatments with occupants who suffer with such ailments as asthma and multiple sclerosis and others going through chemotherapy. All have reported improvements in their own well-being following mold removal and fogging, with a lot of clients opting for an annual fog regardless of the fact that mold may not be present.

Note: If you are shopping around for mold remediation, please ensure that the products used have been tested and pose little/no danger to your health and well-being.

Testing Information

The testing of this product has included skin irritation testing, also known as Acute Dermal Irritation/Corrosion testing and showed results at no signs of erythema or oedema at any time with examinations conducted at 60minutes, 24, 48 and 72 hours. What this means is that the product can be classified as a non-skin irritant product. Further testing of the product regarding its biodegradability was conducted with the result described as “rapid and excellent biodegradability”. Our product achieved a degradation of 95% with a substance that has greater than 70% described as having excellent biodegradability. It is non caustic/low VOC and non toxic.

Recently, testing was conducted on the effectiveness of GM2000 on Stachybotrys chartarum and Aspergillus niger with outstanding results achieved. GM2000 was able to reduce Stachybotrys chartarum >99.99996% and Aspergillus niger >99.99998%.

Common Causes of Mold

Aside from a water intrusion event such as flooding, leaking roofs, damaged pipes or hot water systems etc., the most common cause of mold comes from air exchange issues. Air exchange issues arise when excess humidity is present. This is very common at times when the outside air is cooler than the inside air. This will result in condensation and subsequently an excess of moisture inside your home. In the winter months, this is very common with the use of furnaces and heaters. They warm up the air inside the dwelling, be it an office or a home, and if the outside air is cold we start to see moisture on the inside of the windows. We have all seen what happens when you leave a milk carton out on your counter, condensation forms on the exterior of the bottle or carton and before long it is sitting in a puddle of water. Technically, the temperature at which the condensation starts to form is called Dew Point.

In the summer months, humidity due to weather will cause similar conditions to those that are present during the winter months that contribute to the ideal conditions for the growth of mold. The reason that we see mold starting to form and quickly get out of control, is simply because mold spores are everywhere. 25% of the earth’s biomass is made up of different kinds of mold and mold spores. The spores are very small and float in the air. They are carried on clothing, they can enter the structure by simply coming in on a breeze. They may be present in furnishings, plants or even food that has formed mold colonies such as those seen on outdated bread or fruit. To flourish, they simply need the right conditions. This includes moisture, which, as mentioned previously, can come from excess humidity within the structure. Your Goldmorr professional will advise you on ways that you can reduce the excess moisture and humidity within your structure, which will aid in keeping mold at bay.

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