Moisture Meter

Mold generally needs moisture and a food source to grow in your property. If you are experiencing mold issues, a moisture meter can help you detect the moisture source so you can fix it.

Air Purifier

Air purifiers are a great purchase regardless of weather you have a mold problem in your property to reduce toxins and allergens in the air. That is why air purifiers with HEPA filters are commonly used by the pros on mold remediation projects. If you have a property that mold has been growing in for a while, an air purifier can reduce the amount of spores, mycotoxins, and other hazardous materials in the air, and lower your risk of health issues.

Mold Testing Kit

It will not always be obvious that you have mold in your house. It may just be in places that are not as easily accessible or in early stages of it’s growth. That is why it is important to use a mold testing kit to confirm what is going on.

Mold Spray

Many people think that bleach is the best option when remediating mold, but sometimes all that will do is change the color of the mold. We recommend this spray because it works to get rid of mold by creating a physical barrier around it, and helping to remove and block moisture.

Safety Goggles

The main purpose of these mold safety googles is to prevent the mold spores and other toxins from getting into your eyes during the demolition aspect of the mold remediation project.

Gloves

These will help you keep your hands clean during the process.

Mold Removal and Remediation Masks/Respirators

You for sure don’t want to be breathing in toxic materials like spores and mycotoxins during the project. Be sure to wear a respirator mask to help prevent this from happening.

Polyethylene Sheeting

This sheeting is used to seal off the mold infested areas so that they do contaminated any other areas of your house. It is a good idea to also run a HEPA filter within the contaminated area to help clean the air.