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Check Out The Process We Used to Take Care of These Mold Stains

The house that we cleaned in the pictures below is about 20 years old and the current occupants have been living there for four years. 

An issue with poor installation going to the soffit caused the soffit to become blocked, sending moisture and lint into the area between two trusses. 

This is what it looked like after clearing the soffit:


Mold 1


We vacuumed the lint-installed plywood to walk on for future maintenance after putting the insulation back in place.


Mold 2

To clean the mold off of the wood OmniPro mold stain remover was sprayed on the surface. It began to work right away.


Mold 3

The next day the staining was gone!  (The dark coloring near the soffit is deceiving as a result of the light and shadows)


Mold 4

Keep in mind that we are only highlighting the stain removal process here. 

We have ALWAYS told contractors that mold removal services are part of the mold removal and remediation system.  Some systems can be done in one day with the use of our products through using a back-to-back application of mold stain remover and mold preventive coating.

This process can be done quickly and be very profitable– saving your remediation company labor and return trips.*

This is not true of many competitive products. As a mold remediation specialist, you want to be as efficient as possible at your job site, while still following proper industry standards.

*Another advantage of the system that we use is that it can be applied at lower temperatures as long as you don’t have frost on the roof decking.


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