The visual effect of water damage inside your home can be shocking and discouraging enough: large pools of water where it doesn’t belong, saturated carpets, soaked furniture. But its real impact is often the consequence of what you can’t see.
Water damage usually isn’t an isolated incident you can point one finger at. It’s an ongoing sequence of events that continues unabated until professional intervention from Tip Top Restoration with proven techniques interrupts the process. Microscopic airborne mold spores pervade deep into the structure of any home. Until contacted by water—or even unusually high indoor humidity—these hidden spores remain dormant.
When water damage occurs, however, mold growth is inevitably triggered, often in unseen locations within the house. Active mold growth becomes a concealed source of toxic airborne reproductive spores that may cause allergic reactions and illness in susceptible individuals. Water on the move may seep into duct-work routed through seldom visited areas like the attic and crawl space, causing hidden deterioration that leads to loss of heated and cooled air. Roof leaks can silently ruin attic insulation, degrading the effectiveness of the material and leading to unwanted heat gain or heat loss inside the living spaces of the house.
Mold can affect any home at any time of the year, especially if you recently had water damage or leaks. You might even have a mold problem and not know it! Mold will grow and spread in optimum conditions, leaving you with not only an annoyance but also a situation that could be potentially hazardous to your health. Certified team from Tip Top Restoration strives to always deliver expert solutions in the most professional and ethical way possible.
Our certified technicians will thoroughly inspect your home or building. If water or mold damage is present, our certified water / mold technician will work closely with you, and Certified Indoor Air Quality professional to develop an immediate and efficient plan of action to remove the mold and detect the moisture causing it. Once Tip Top Restoration’s work is complete, our technician will work with an independent third party Indoor Air Quality professional to ensure that your home or building has been successfully remediated.
Once your home has passed clearance testing you will be provided a copy of the test results for your records. We will do all for you to feel satisfaction in the end of our work! All what you need is to call us!