Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much of a health hazard is mold
A. Most people have, at a minimum, a natural allergic reaction to mold and mold spores. The seriousness of the reaction depends on the nature of the mold and whether the mold has been ingested into your lungs, sinuses or other cavities. In some cases, mold exposure has been documented to cause death.


Q. How can I tell if the mold in my basement is dangerous?
A. Chances are you can’t. To be completely sure, you need a sample of the mold analyzed by an independent lab to specifically identify the type of mold that exists in your basement. THEN you can understand what type of risk you face with it being there and how urgent it is to remove it.


Q. Are your services guaranteed?
A. All of our work is guaranteed and we have an independent lab certify that we have returned the property to normal environment. If the source of the problem – e.g. moisture – is not resolved however, mold will return.


Q. How much does mold removal cost?
A. This depends on the area being remediated and the severity of the infestation. Generally, mold removal will be from $499 up. Kleen Condition always provides a detailed FREE quotation before any work is performed.


Q. How long does mold remediation take?
A. The effort to remove mold depends heavily on the size of the area and the degree of infestation. Our objective is to restore the area to a level of “typical flora” as you might find anywhere. For more information read more about mold removal and refer to Normal Fungal Environment as defined by IICRC.


Q. Once removed, will mold come back?
A. Mold occurs because it finds the conditions of your property allow it to thrive. Generally, this is about temperature and moisture. If those conditions are not eliminated, mold will return eventually.

About Mold

Mold is a type of fungus. They are eukaryotic micro-organisms that are decompose dead organic material such as leaves, wood and plants… or your attic, basement or walls. The spores and hair-like bodies of individual mold colonies are often too small for us to see without a microscope.
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