Mold Remediation

Puritan Flood Restoration has been the leader in the emergency and disaster service industry in Boston for thirty-five years. We are experts in in drying your building and remediating any subsequent microbial contaminating. Whether the water source is surface water, sewer backup, leaky pipes and roofs, Puritan is ready to assist 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.

There has been a lot of talk about mold contamination. At Puritan we understand the importance of quickly and completely mitigating the health risks caused by water damage in buildings. The primary human risk is that the water damage creates the conditions for mold spores being created and introduced into your office or home environment.

Please contact us today for your no charge visual inspection at (781)-449-5552

Understanding Mold

Mold produces allergens, irritants, and toxic substances. Believe it or not, mold spores serve an important role in our eco system. The purpose of mold spores is to break down organic materials to be re-introduced into our environment. For example, leaves are broken down into soil.

All mold species are allergens. Some species contain Mycotoxins (disease producing toxins). Many species are used in antibiotics, foods and cosmetics. Mold spores become harmful when allowed to proliferate un-restricted. Mold spores start to grow within 24-48 hours of being activated by water and or high humidity and is exacerbated by poor air circulation.


Trained Professionals

At Puritan, our supervisors and technicians are trained and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration (IICRC) and follow the guidelines of the IICRC S520 Standard for Professional Mold Remediation.

In addition to our remediation procedures, the training includes safety practices to avoid cross contamination and personal protection measures. Our team of field specialists also receives additional education to maintain their certification.

We work closely with Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) firms who can provide testing, analysis, and written protocol if necessary, to ensure that the area of concern (AOC) is determined safe & healthy upon completion of services.

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