When the moisture levels in your home get out of control, bad things typically follow. Mold, mildew, and fungus all thrive in wet environments, meaning that your home could be overrun before you know it. Over time, moisture can build up in your home, giving spores a place to grow. At Mitchell Pest Solutions, our moisture control technicians work hard to keep humidity levels low, using innovative and effective methods to protect your home.
Moisture Control from Mitchell Pest Solutions includes:
When you see mold or fungus growing in your home, the last thing you want to do is wait all day for help. That’s why we offer same-day service to reduce wait times and make sure that time-sensitive concerns are promptly addressed. At Mitchell Pest Services, we work for you and will always remember that your time matters.
At Mitchell Pest Services, we stand behind our results 100%. That’s because we won’t stop working in your home until moisture levels have returned to a safe, sustainable level. Each of our services is backed up by a complete satisfaction guarantee. If you aren’t happy with our service, we’ll do whatever is needed to make it right. Additionally, if mold, mildew, or fungus returns, or if moisture levels bounce back, we’ll return to your home to perform all re-treatments for free.
As with most home maintenance, the first step in identifying a problem is knowing what to look for. Fortunately, excessive moisture levels can lead to some very easily identifiable signs that can help you understand exactly what is going on. If you notice any of the following in your home, you may be in need of professional moisture control and should give us a call.
The presence of mold and fungi in your home can present a significant hazard to your loved ones. Prolonged exposure to mature forms of fungi and mold or inhalation of their spores can have deleterious effects on your family’s health and leave them vulnerable to many other conditions. Keeping the moisture levels in your home isn’t just a way to stay comfortable and prolong its usable years, although those are benefits. Rather, moisture control is a way to keep those you hold closest safe and healthy. Hazards of mold and fungi in your home include:
Our current list of service areas covers most of Virginia and includes: