Minnesota's Mold Removal Experts by Ecometrex
Proper mold inspections and mold testing should focus on knowing the cause and extent of mold contamination, risks to people and property, and appropriate mold remediation strategies. Mold inspections are necessary in many situations and should always be consistent with the industry guidelines.

Mold Removal Experts by Ecometrex abides by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification) guidlines. Our technicians understand the importance of proper mold removal. We go through great links to to ensure the greatest possible technical competence and quality assurance. That's just the beginning.

Tough mold problem? No problem.

No mold problem is too large or small. Rely on our team of highly trained of mold remediation technicians to safely remove mold, sewage contamination, and other biohazards. Clients trust Mold Removal Experts by Ecometrex to manage every mold situation. We can handle the small projects to the most difficult projects requiring the strictest containment systems and the most advanced environmental controls.

Water Damage Restoration

Mold Removal Experts by Ecometrex specializes in restoring buildings affected by water intrusion, floods, sewage backflows, or chronic moisture problems. We are the leader in Water Damage Restoration. We take the science of restoration to new levels with advanced drying technologies, rigorous monitoring, and a wide range of supporting services that properly identify and document concealed damages.

Our approaches are designed to minimize assumptions while reducing risks to property and human health. Clients rely on Mold Removal Experts for projects of various scale and complexity, from basement water intrusion, and basement mold, to plumbing failures to entire homes and buildings.

Infrared Thermography

Infrared thermography is a technique that produces video-quality images from thermal patterns. Temperature differences as small as 1/20 Fahrenheit may be viewed by sensitive thermal detectors. Radiant heat is then converted to electrical energy, which is amplified and viewed as a visible image.

Under the right conditions, infrared thermography is a quick and cost-effective approach for assessing hidden water damage and a mold problem. Because the heat capacity of water-damaged material is greater than that of dry material and air, areas of high moisture content appear either warmer or colder than the surrounding infrastructure.

Soda Blasting

Soda blasting is an innovative and environmentally friendly technique of removing paint, dirt, coatings, graffiti, mold, and other surface contaminates which will not cause damage to the actual surface that is being cleaned. Soda blasting is a non-abrasive blasting action that uses sodium bicarbonate. This is a water-soluble and non-toxic compound that does not cause any heat build up, sparks, or abrasion to the surface that is being cleaned. Therefore, it can be used in both the indoor or outdoor environment.

Uses of soda blasting • Removes graffiti, paint, dirt, coatings and other surface contaminates from surfaces • Safe to use on aluminum, stainless steel, brick, stone, glass, fiberglass, wood, steal, plastic, seals • Used in remediation to remove contamination from structural or non removable items.

Air Testing

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) services include sampling and diagnostics for potential hazards such as indoor mold, bioaerosols, airborne particulars, volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide and other chemical contaminants.

Complete IAQ services should also investigate the operational issues affecting occupant comfort and health; including temperature, relative humidity, lighting, objectionable odors, material off-gassing, building ventilation & pressurization, and air filtration effectiveness.

Moisture Testing

Moisture testing is used as an indicator of moisture intrusion or water damage. Moisture testing is often used in building investigations were water damage or suspected water damage has occurred. It is also used in many mold inspections.

Moisture testing can be used to help determine where microbial growth (mold) or decomposition (rot) is most probable in concealed areas. It is often used in conjunction with taking invasive cuts into the wall where the suspected concealed areas are located (known as microbial sampling) and then testing the wall sample.


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