Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Mold in the Attic of this Lake Stevens Home

Mold in the Attic of this Lake Stevens Home

A lack of ventilation and good airflow in this Lake Stevens home led to microbial growth throughout the attic space. The baffles were blocked with insulation, preventing airflow throughout the attic space.

Using Containment Chamber to Treat Mold in Lake Stevens Home

Using Containment Chamber to Treat Mold in Lake Stevens Home

In order to mitigate the mold in this Lake Stevens home, SERVPRO of South Everett set up containment chambers to contain spores (shown above). HEPA vacuums were used to remove any surface growth and to collect any spores on sheetrock. Our team then used a HEPA air scrubber to collect any spores released into the air during the HEPA vacuuming. The final step was to treat with MMR solution to remove any roots remaining in the plywood sheathing.

Leaky Dishwasher Leads to Mold Growth in Everett Apartment

Leaky Dishwasher Leads to Mold Growth in Everett Apartment

A small water leak behind the dishwasher led to mold development on the back wall of the cabinet space in this apartment kitchen in Everett. Shown above is the mold growth behind the dishwasher. Drywall behind the cabinets was removed and wet studs were dried. Mold was then contained and removed.

Specialty Rebuild After Mold Damage in Everett

Specialty Rebuild After Mold Damage in Everett

A leak behind the dishwasher in this Everett apartment led to extensive mold development on the back wall of the kitchen cabinets. SERVPRO of South Everett carefully removed the faces of the cabinets for later re-use, braced and supported the countertops, and collapsed the cabinet boxes. Drywall behind the cabinets was removed and wet studs were dried. Mold was then contained and removed. After mold mitigation, our team repaired the drywall and rebuilt the cabinets under the counter tops. The cabinets were refaced with the original drawer fronts and drawers.

Mold Growth in Everett Apartment

Mold Growth in Everett Apartment

A small, undetected, water leak behind the dishwasher in this Everett apartment, led to extensive mold development on the back wall of the kitchen cabinets. Mold spread beyond just the backside of the dishwasher, including under the sink (shown above).

Water Damage Leads to Mold

Water Damage Leads to Mold

It's important to mitigate water damage as soon as possible. Mold can grow within 72 hours. Sheetrock, along with other porous materials, acts like a sponge, wicking up water and moisture, which can then grow mold very easily and quickly. We will investigate where the water has migrated to, which helps us determine the best way to dry the structure and minimize losses to your home.