Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Why did they use an Air Scrubber?

Air scrubbers help protect the health of workers and building occupants by providing a clean and healthy environment. They also limit the airborne particles being disrupted relocating to other areas.

If these contaminants are not removed, they will have a negative effect on the indoor air quality (IAQ) of the worksite. While naturally occurring particles, such as human skin cells, animal hair, and dirt, are nearly always present, toxic gases released by sewage-borne bacteria and mold spores can cause adverse human health effects when inhaled. In short, these contaminants can compromise the quality of the entire restoration job.

On the Job

Our crews utilize containment barriers in many situations.  Barriers can be used to make a space smaller so that the area will dry quicker and they are also used during jobs with contaminants that can spread such as mold or sewage smells.

Mold due to rain coming through siding

For mold growth to begin only two things are required; a food source (drywall, carpet, etc.) and water.  Be sure to check your newer or older home after storms to make sure water did not come in through unsuspecting areas; such as, siding, windows, and fireplaces.

Check Hidden Areas for Mold

Mold can hide between wall cavities, under cabinets and other hidden areas.  It is always better to call SERVPRO Professionals to assess after a water damage has occurred to keep you home safe for you and your family!


Everywhere in the house was affected by a hot water heater.  The tenant residing in the home did not tell the landlord.

Lucky for them, SERVPRO Dale City/Lake Ridge was able to perform remediation, all the mold was removed and the home is safe for rental again.

Mold Ready

This Woodbridge home had damage to the interior of the house after a tree fell on the roof.  Our crews are suited up and protected while removing wet & moldy building materials.