Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Mold in Bathroom

Here is some microbial growth that was found in a bathroom.  You can see where the mold had been growing for a period of time and someone just kept painting over the area.  

Cellulose Insulation Removal

Here is a snap shot of one of the crews here cleaning up cellulose, or blown in, insulation from an attic.  You can see the machine quickly fills up our SERVPRO bags.  

Peeling Paneling

This picture shows an area of a basement that was so damp and wet that the paneling literally peeled off the walls and mold grew behind it.  SERVPRO was able to help the homeowner out successfully.

Mold Growth in Flooring

These wooden floor boards have been holding mold growth after a water leak. The water has discolored the wood and moisture has been absorbed into the flooring. This can be avoided in wood flooring by starting the drying process in a timely fashion.

Mold in Dark & Damp Places

Here is a photo of a large amount of mold growth in a basement. What has made this basement so vulnerable to mold growth is the dark damp environment. The drywall has no light to dry out in which causes the opportunity for mold.

Closet Mold

This closet had flooded months before and not taken care of properly. Since then, the carpet has soaked up the moisture and caused mold growth in the corners of the closet. Sometimes areas like these go long periods of time without being detected.

Circulation in the Hallway

You can see in this photo there has been some major damage to the lower sections of the drywall. We have plenty of fans working to keep air flowing through the walls and the hallway to dry it out.

Behind Paneling

As we have explained in some of our blog posts, mold can often grow behind wallpaper and paneling where it is likely to stay moist. Here is an example of a mold remediation job we did after checking the paneling.

Basement Closet with Mold Growth

Basements and damp areas in your house are the perfect places for mold growth. Water damaged areas are also likely to cause the growth of mold and need to be cleaned and dried thoroughly to reduce the risk.

Mold Growth on Construction Site

Here is a photo of a construction site that was preparing to renovate this portion of a large building. Unfortunately they ran in to mold before they could start and as you can see we removed the affected drywall so that the construction company could proceed.

Look at what lurks!

Look at the mold hiding in this locker room! This was behind a locker lurking.  SERVPRO was called out to investigate an odor. This microbial growth is what we found.