Living in Easton opens a world of stunning nature, historic architecture, enriching community events – and sometimes, pesky mold. Whether it lurks in residential or commercial settings, mold is common for many local property owners and managers. However, living in Easton also comes with the benefit and peace of mind that experts are nearby to completely rid your space of mold. With an Easton mold removal service that follows a comprehensive, evidence-based protocol, you can protect your property and its occupants from mold dangers.

Moreover, you might not know this but leaving mold untreated can also lead to pest infestations which can cause a lot more commotion in your household. So unless you want to add visiting pest control professionals (check out for instance) to your list of things to do, you should get that mold checked out. To ensure your family, colleagues, and tenants are safe, our certified indoor air quality experts in Easton follow a rigorous approach to Easton mold removal that guarantees your property will be mold-free when we’re finished.

The following is our 12-Step Easton mold removal process:

1. Evaluation
2. Containment
3.Property protection
4. HEPA vacuuming
5. Wet material demolishment
6. Antimicrobial treatment application
7. Surface sealing
8. Surface scrubbing
9. Porous surface coating
10. Air washing and testing
11. Completion certification
12. Building material restoration (optional)

Continue reading to learn more about this 12-step Easton mold removal process and what you can expect.


Before we begin, our certified indoor environmentalist will arrive at the property to inspect and test for mold. Our goal is to identify the root cause of mold growth to stop it in its tracks.


Minimizing mold spore spread is critical for a mold-free property. We build a physical barrier (typically plastic sheeting) to isolate the affected area and treat the isolated area with a HEPA filtration system.

Property protection

The next step in the Easton mold removal process is to apply tarps over the floors and personal belongings to prevent damage and contamination.

HEPA vacuuming

A specially designed HEPA vacuum thoroughly removes dust, debris, and mold spores from personal items. Once they’re clean, we remove these items from the containment area.

Wet material demolishment

Mold thrives on moisture. We remove and dispose of any wet building materials on the property to remove this energy source, such as drywall, insulation, trim, and carpet.

Antimicrobial treatment application

Our Easton mold removal process includes plenty of preventative measures to deter regrowth. An antimicrobial treatment is one such measure. When applied to porous surfaces, such as floor joists and roof rafters, these agents can prevent future mold.

Surface sealing

A specialized sealant on masonry walls will minimize groundwater weeping and resist hydraulic pressure, critical for successful Easton mold removal.

Surface scrubbing

Armed with a heavy-duty antimicrobial cleanser, we scrub surfaces within the containment area to thoroughly remove mold from Easton properties and minimize the chance of regrowth.

Porous surface coating

Antimicrobials are at work once again in the next step of our Easton mold removal process. We coat any porous surfaces in the containment area with an antimicrobial coating for protection.

Air washing and testing

HEPA air washers remove any remaining airborne spores from the containment area. After 1-3 days of recirculation, we retest the area for mold.

Completion certification

In the final stage of our Easton mold removal process, we issue a certificate of completion once the property has met our astringent mold-free criteria. You also receive a two-year no-mold guarantee.

Building material restoration (optional)

If your Easton mold removal process requires the restoration of building materials, such as drywall or flooring, we can help minimize the inconvenience of managing multiple contractors.

To learn more about our Easton mold removal process or schedule service at your property, visit our website, or call (610) 890-6300.