Mold Remediation

Mold growth and damage is not always so obvious – in fact, it’s hardly ever obvious initially, growing behind walls and in hard-to-reach places. Mold can flourish discreetly in hidden or unthought of corners of a building, such as ductwork, crawlspaces, filters, etc. Many people assume that mold is a little to nonexistent occurrence in high and dry Western Colorado, but that’s not the case. Any area that is away from the sun and is damp and warm is a potential growth site for mold. Left untreated, mold can negatively affect health, leading to respiratory problems, exacerbating allergy symptoms and asthma, and can cause headaches and fatigue.


Don’t be fooled: mold can still grow in Grand Junction’s desert climate. So, if you discover or suspect mold at your residence or business, and need mold remediation in Grand Junction, give Mesa Restoration a call. Don’t risk or further endanger the health of yourself, your family, or employees. We’ll get the mold out and repair any mold related damage.


Mold Removal Process

If you suspect or see mold at your residence or business, give us a call. Our mold removal

process entails:

  1. Conducting an inspection of an affected dwelling or area, and identifying the areas of potential mold growth.
  2. Enacting a containment procedure to prevent further spreading of mold. Use of negative air in the contained space to catch microscopic spores in the air. This ensures that microscopic mold spores do not spread to the rest of your property. Use of HEPA vacs and demolition to remove mold-contaminated areas.
  3. Application of antifungal and antimicrobial treatments to seal off moisture from ever returning to previously mold-infested spaces.
  4. Cleaning contents affected, such as furniture.
  5. Restoration of walls, floors, drywall, etc. damaged or removed in the mold remediation process.









Mold Remediation Equipment

We have the proper protocol and equipment to not only remove, but also repair any damage caused by mold. Mold damage remediation includes spraying and scrubbing, using a detergent solution, disinfecting surfaces, and drying out wet or damp materials. To speed up this process, we may also use dehumidifiers and fans.



We Are IICRC Certified

We are certified by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification), meaning we are licensed, and follow the highest standards of mold remediation in the restoration industry.









Let Mesa Restoration be your mold removal company. We have the knowledge, certifications, and equipment to remove mold, while also providing complete mold damage restoration for your property and possessions.


Signs of Mold

Signs of mold include:

  • Moldy odors
  • Cracking or flaking of drywall or cement
  • Dampness of puddles
  • Increases in water bill
  • Strange smells coming from around your heating and cooling systems, dryer or dishwasher
  • Unexplained and sudden, or growing, health problems









Mold Prevention Tips

Address Spills or Wet Spots Immediately

Mold requires moisture to grow, so if any spills or leaks occur at your property, soak them up right away. The longer a wet spot is untreated, the greater likelihood for mold growth. You can also contact us for water damage restoration if there is any sizeable amount of water leak.


Call a Professional for Water Leaks

The EPA recommends keeping indoor humidity between under 60%, not only for a comfortable environment, but to help prevent mold growth, which thrives on moisture. This is great news for Western Colorado, where humidity is typically 20% or less. However, just remember that in the event of a large water loss in your home or property, humidity levels increase dramatically. Even if you have a fire loss at your home, and there is any standing water left from putting out the fire, mold growth can occur.


Regularly Clean your Gutters

Leaky gutters mean moisture getting into your home, increasing the risk for mold growth. So, clean out your gutters regularly to prevent leaks and overflows.


Increase Ventilation

Open a window during or after showering, cooking, or using the dishwasher to let excess moisture escape.