When it comes to mold removal, it is best for your health to leave your home during the process. However, in some cases, only part of the house may be closed off for repair, so you may be able to stay in the other parts of the house. At Rainbow Restoration, our priority is the safe removal of mold. If the damage is found in the main living areas or hallways, it is recommended that you look for alternative accommodation.
Additionally, if your family members are very young, elderly, or have a weakened immune system, it is best that they move out temporarily for the duration of the remediation. If the mold growth is limited to one area, it may be safe to stay there. If major damage has occurred due to an incident such as a flood or storm, it is best to vacate the house. Determining if mold can grow on concrete is a good start to ensuring that mold isn't near or on your home.
This will ensure that all of the molds have been removed from your home and that there are no problems in the future. Demolition and reconstruction work can create other potential hazards that may be more dangerous than the mold that is being removed. On the other hand, if there is minor water damage, the mold remediation solution is for mild mold growth, so it may be safe to stay. The method used to eliminate mold can be a deciding factor in whether you and your family can remain in your home during the removal and cleaning process.
If the noise from the remediation process becomes too much for you to bear, you can consider moving out for 3-4 days or more while the mold removal takes place. A thorough inspection of the mold in your house needs to be conducted to determine its cause and extent. It's obvious when mold remediation is in progress; the level of mold concentration will be at its highest and then gradually decrease. Remember that your home is technically considered a workplace when contractors are present who perform mold removal and reconstruction operations.