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Do you believe your commercial property is experiencing a mold outbreak? Mold colonies can quickly begin spreading throughout any commercial property, causing continuous damage, foul odors, and drastically reducing air quality in affected areas. If you have spotted a colony or have smelled the odors of one, you may want to get professional assistance. We provide commercial mold remediation to the following types of businesses:

  • Apartments
  • Senior Living Communities
  • Housing Complexes
  • Hotels, Resorts, and Motels

Commercial mold removal services can assist you in returning your commercial property back to a state of normalcy. United Water Restoration Group's commercial mold restoration services can assist any property. Our technicians have the training and certification to assist you through every step of our commercial mold remediation.

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When to Use Commercial Mold Remediation

Mold spores are generally harmless and there are around 200-700 spores in any room. These mold spores are generally harmless, however, the more abundant they become, the more likely you are to run into problems. Worse, if met under the right conditions, these spores can begin attaching to organic items and forming mold colonies.

When mold colonies begin forming, that's when you should contact experts. Mold colonies can begin forming in as little as 24-72 hours after increased humidity and moisture is present in the property.

If you have spotted a mold colony or smell mold, you should contact us for professional assistance. Mold colonies can quickly spread and grow throughout any commercial property. What starts off as a single room can quickly spiral into a multi-room infestation.

Mold colonies can also be hidden behind fixtures or underneath objects. Our team can assist in finding these.

If you are unsure if your property has mold and believe it does, we do provide free assessments. Our team can check for signs of mold on your property and provide you with an assessment to help determine if you need commercial mold remediation services or not.

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Commercial Mold Damage Restoration Process icon What to Expect From Commercial Mold Remediation

Commercial mold remediation services can greatly assist in returning your commercial property back to its pre-loss conditions. You may wonder what to expect from these services or when to utilize them. While these services may assist a lot, your business will likely only utilize them once or twice. The time frame of our services may vary on a few things, but here are the general steps you can expect:

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Step 1: Contact

The first step to enlisting our help is to contact our service line at (800) 430-5838. This service line can place you in direct contact with one of our trained experts!

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Step 2: Inspection & Assessment

Once our technicians arrive at your property, they will complete an in-depth inspection and assessment.

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Step 3: Mold Containment

The first real step to our commercial mold remediation involves containing mold colonies around the property. We isolate affected areas to help prevent further mold growth in unaffected areas.

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Step 4: Air Filtration

We help remove indoor mold spores using powerful vacuums, air scrubbers, HEPA filters, and more. These tools help us scrub the air of spores and other potentially harmful substances.

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Step 5: Mold Removal

We begin disposing of affected building materials such as carpeting, insulation, drywall, and wallpaper during this stage. These items typically absorb water and spores, making it almost impossible to completely dry or rid them of mold.

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Step 6: Restoration

The last step of our commercial mold remediation has our team putting the final touches to return your property back to its pre-mold conditions. This means our team will be removing mold, cleaning affected areas, and restoring or replacing damaged materials. It also involves our technicians finding and correcting the source of your problem and providing anti-microbial treatments to prevent future outbreaks.


When it comes to addressing a mold issue in your home or business, understanding the difference between mold removal and mold remediation is essential. Mold removal refers to the physical process of removing visible mold, typically done when the mold growth is limited to a small area.

On the other hand, mold remediation is a more comprehensive process, addressing not just the visible mold but also the microscopic mold spores and underlying moisture problems that could lead to future growth. It's the perfect solution when dealing with mold removal in commercial buildings, where the infestations can be vast and hard to manage.

At United Water Restoration, we adhere to a meticulous mold remediation process to ensure the safety and health of your home or business. Our professionals use specialized equipment to inspect and assess the extent of your mold problem, including potential complications with HVAC systems. Once the mold is located and identified, our team isolates the affected area to prevent further spread.

The next step in our commercial mold restoration is actual mold removal. Our highly trained technicians use powerful, industry-standard solutions, typically containing chemicals like Concrobium or Benefect, which are both EPA-registered and designed to kill mold and prevent its return. Remember, it's crucial to let mold removal companies handle this task, as improper treatment can cause the mold to spread and pose severe health risks, including allergic reactions.

Post treatment, we focus on addressing the water damage and underlying moisture problems that often accompany mold issues. By identifying and resolving these issues, we significantly reduce the chances of the mold returning. Your commercial mold remediation company, United Water Restoration, understands the importance of not only removing mold but also preventing it from coming back.

Our final step is restoration. In this phase, we repair or replace damaged materials like drywall or carpet to restore your space to its pre-mold condition. After all, our mission is to ensure your commercial property is clean, safe, and comfortable for everyone inside.

Mold remediation companies utilize a variety of chemicals depending on the nature and extent of the mold problem. However, a few common ones include:

  • Concrobium: This is a non-toxic mold cleaner that not only kills mold but also prevents its regrowth. It can be safely used on a wide range of surfaces.
  • Benefect: This is an all-natural, botanical cleaner that's effective against mold. It is particularly used in environments where harsh chemicals are not desirable.
  • Sporicidin: Used in mold and mildew remediation, this disinfectant is favored for its effectiveness against a broad spectrum of bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide: This common household chemical is also used in mold remediation. At higher concentrations, it can effectively kill mold on many materials.
  • Bleach: In certain situations, a diluted bleach solution may be used, particularly on non-porous surfaces. However, it's important to note that bleach does not kill mold on porous surfaces and can even contribute to future mold growth by adding moisture to the environment.

Remember, while these chemicals can be effective at killing and preventing mold, handling them and the overall mold remediation process should be left to professionals. They have the necessary knowledge, training, and personal protective equipment to handle these chemicals safely and effectively.

Seeking Commercial Mold Remediation?

If you need commercial mold remediation, contact your local United Water Restoration Group office for assistance. We offer flexible scheduling to help solve your problem when it is most convenient for you and the commercial property.

Mold colonies can drastically reduce air quality and may pose a severe health concern for those who utilize the property. These colonies can also grow at a quick pace and can quickly turn a single-room problem into a multi-room infestation. It can quickly eat through organic materials and, if left unattended, will continue to grow.

If you have spotted a mold colony at your commercial property, our commercial mold remediation can assist in returning your property back to its pre-mold conditions. Our trained and certified technicians can handle even the most extensive mold outbreak at any commercial property.