Structure Mold Remediation
Not sure how to get started or even what to ask? Don’t worry! Give us a call and explain your concerns. We offer a full range of consulting services that will assist you in deciding the best course of action for your home.
AIR DUCT CLEANING
We offer a thorough cleaning of all ducts utilizing contact or non-contact method. Every supply and/or return duct will be cleaned from distribution source to supply end. We also offer applications if requested or necessary.
All of our equipment is new, up-to-date and well-maintained. All of our sanitizers are EPA-registered, environmentally friendly plant or water based applications with no off-gassing. They are safe enough to drink, in fact, though the flavor leaves something to be desired.
A full HVAC remediation includes the unit along with all the ductwork and components. Depending on the status of the parts within the unit, it may be required to pull certain components out for decontamination. Additionally, we check the status of your unit and perform any service or maintenance required.
Most people don’t really think about how many systems they have in their home, so a quick rule of thumb is to count the number of thermostats. For example, if you have a two-story house with one thermostat upstairs and one downstairs, that typically means you have two separate systems.
Additionally, we offer bi-annual service contracts for the maintenance of your HVAC system.
As Texas state regulations mandate, if we are performing the mold remediation for your property, we cannot be the company who inspected and tested your property, so once the consulting company provides you with the protocol we can develop the proper work plan based off the protocol, TDSHS (Texas Department of State Health Services) guidelines and your specifications.
Proper PPE is supplied for you and your household as well as all our employees working on the property. Then the area is contained and we proceed with the mold removal process step by step according to the work plan we have set up with you. Once the mold remediation is completed, the consulting company returns for clearance testing to ensure all the mold has been eradicated from your home. Want to know how much mold removal costs? Get in touch for a quick mold removal quote!
The unfortunate reality of certain remediation processes is that sometimes certain parts of the home have to be torn out and replaced, such as walls and flooring. The idea of having to call a bunch of contractors and get a bunch of quotes for repairs can be daunting, but Breathe Pure does offer reconstructive services for:
• Drywall and Sheetrock
• Tape Bed
Contaminant removal is very similar in process to mold remediation, with the exception that there are no regulations prohibiting one company from performing both the testing and the remediation. The main concern is to determine the source of contamination and ensure that it is removed immediately. Once the source has been removed, we begin the process of decontamination, which is determined by the type of contaminant and the severity of the levels within your home. Common contaminants are asbestos, lead, VOCs and bacteria levels.
Guardian Air PHI and REME by RGF
The PHI (Photohydroionization) and REME units (Reflective Electromagnetic Energy) are easily mounted into the HVAC system and work by sending aggressive ionized advanced oxidizers into the rooms in your home to destroy pollutants at their source. It can reduce odors, VOCs, smoke, mold, bacteria and viruses throughout your house. The REME and the PHI units both use friendly oxidizers, which means that they revert back to oxygen and hydrogen after the pollutant has been eradicated.
We also carry many other popular green products that improve and maintain high standards of indoor air quality, including electrostatic filters, UVC lights, an assortment of indoor air purification equipment from room desktop units and plug-ins to units that cover your entire household, and even green pan liners for your HVAC drains to keep the water from harboring contaminants in your drain lines or causing restriction to your system’s drainage.