A charming 3BR/2BA fixer-upper in a desirable section of Northeast Philadelphia—bank-owned property, after a foreclosure—had not been maintained over the previous two years. As the house sat vacant, a leak in the roof led to rapid and extensive water damage as well as mold infestation throughout the entire property. In order for the lender to recover the value of their home, they needed to act quickly.
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Day 1: Evaluation and Removal
Pro Home Restorations arrived at the home within hours of the call. Our experienced, certified property restoration experts used specialized equipment to assess the level of damage. We established critical containment barriers to save what was unaffected, and set about removing all damaged materials. The materials were bagged and disposed of in accordance with regulations.
Day 2: Mold Remediation and Drying Process
We began the mold remediation process systematically room by room. Air scrubbers and HEPA air filtration was established to remediate air quality. We then HEPA vacuumed, cleaned, treated, and disinfected all surfaces. Advanced drying equipment ensured each room was structurally dry. During the final stage of the remediation process zero-VOC, anti-fungal sealants were used to encapsulate any affected areas.
Day 3: Air Quality and Cleanup
Final clean-up began. Air quality was tested and showed no airborne spores. The mold damage was successfully remediated and the air quality was corrected. The home was safe, clean, and ready for renovation, which ultimately included a new kitchen and bathroom.
“I am a realtor and needed them immediately for a client’s home! Not only did they answer my call right away but they were at my client’s house right away. Very professional and reasonably priced! They exceeded my expectations and I will continue to use and refer them in the future!” — Amy Alfonsi