Mold is part of the natural environment and plays a part in nature by breaking down dead organic matter such as fallen leaves and dead trees. They reproduce by means of tiny spores that that float through the air outdoors, and indoors. When spores land on a wet surface indoors they begin to grow. Without mold removal, the growth indoors can produce allergens, irritants, and potentially toxic substances. The worst type of toxic mold is black mold. Outdoors these irritants are so diluted that they don’t cause any problems except for the most sensitive allergenic individuals. But in the confined spaces of the indoor environment can reach higher concentrations and have the potential to cause health problems. Inhaling or touching mold spores may cause allergic reactions. Allergic reactions are common and include hay fever type symptoms, such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash. Mold can also cause asthma attacks in people with asthma who are allergic to mold. Mold can hide very well as you may not immediately realize when there is mold until you start feeling symptoms, so it’s crucial that you get mold cleanup done as soon as possible.
Anywhere you have dampness and a lack of ventilation, mold is sure to follow. Mold in your home or business is not just unsightly; it can be harmful to those living or working in the space. Attic mold damage mold in basements commonly goes unnoticed for extended periods of time. If you need attic mold cleanup, contact us for attic mold removal services in the Marysville area.
Mold is not an issue to be taken lightly. Mold can affect your health and even the health of your pets. Mold has been linked to asthma, sinus problems, and eye burning. Infamous black mold has caused symptoms similar to colds and flu, and even diarrhea and headaches.
Even if you’re not sure your ready for basement mold removal or mold clean help, feel free to contact us to discuss your basement mold cleanup or mold suspicions. We’re happy to share our experience and answer mold removal questions for our neighbors in the Marysville area.
Call (425) 374-0027 at the very first sign of mold damage, and we will send our team of restoration professionals right away! Our first response team always arrives with the equipment they need for a complete diagnosis of the situation. We use only the most up-to-date technology, including thermography and acoustic equipment to locate the source of moisture if it is not immediately obvious. Not every job is an emergency, but you can rest assured that we treat every single job as though the home or business were our own.
PureDry is a mold removal company with IICRC certified technicians prepared to remediate and restore commercial mold damaged Marysville properties back to their pre-loss condition. We understand the trauma of dealing with property and personal property or contents damage and make it our goal to return our customers’ lives to normal as quickly as possible.
At PureDry®, we provide the fastest and safest mold remediation from start to finish!
If you are on this site, then your home has probably been infiltrated by an unforgiving element that may be suffering from allergic type symptoms and potential serious health risks. Yuck and oh my…
Before you pull out the bleach, step away and pick up the phone!
This is NOT a DIY project! Protect yourself, your family, your pets, and your home.
The Good News? Most Marysville mold removal and cleanup jobs are covered 100% by your insurance, and we take care of the lengthy, confusing claim process. Additionally, YOU GET TO CHOOSE YOUR CONTRACTOR!
So be sure to call a mold removal Advocate who is professional, experienced, IICRC certified and ready to bring your home back to Pre-Damage Condition!
Marysville was established in 1872 by government-appointed Indian agent James P. Comeford, an Irish immigrant who had served in the Civil War, and his wife Maria as a trading post on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. The reservation, located to the west of modern-day Marysville, was established by the Point Elliot Treaty of 1855, signed by local Native American tribes and territorial governor Isaac Stevens at modern-day Mukilteo. The treaty’s signing opened most of county to American settlement and commercial activities, including logging, fishing and trapping.
Marysville is home to attractions such as the Marysville Library – Sno-Isle Libraries
We provide services throughout Marysville WA, including 98259, 98270, 98271