Mold Check is your local mold mitigation company. We provide mold removal, mold inspection, water damage and inspection services in Northern Colorado area and Front Range for more than a decade. Mold Check is a local family owned and operated company, therefore we have performed several thousand mold removal and remediation projects.

When choosing a professional mold mitigation company, experience is the most important factor. Most of our business is from referrals and we will provide references upon request.

We are an Accredited business with the Better Business Bureau. We adhere to all EPA, CMICI, IICRC, and Indoor Air Quality Association guidelines.
Our certified employees wear protective equipment including respirators, environmental suits and gloves at all times they are in the work area.
Our management and staff are knowledgeable and can assist you with any mold questions you may have. They will also ensure you understand the assessment and all mitigation options available to you. The inspection procedures we use will be performed efficiently and all sampling results are completed within a few days.

One thing we are always aware of is the perception and stigma surrounding mold removal. To reduce any perception issues, our company vehicles are plain white without logos. We ensure discretion because we know many of our customers do not want their neighbors to know about their mold problems.
We want you to know that Mold Check takes mold contamination in your home very seriously. Your health and that of your family and visitors is our number one concern.

 

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  • It is impossible to eliminate all molds and mold spores. Moisture control is the best way to control indoor mold growth and prevent spreading of existing mold problems.
  • If your home, office or school has a mold problem, you must first clean up the mold. Then to prevent future occurrence you will need to eliminate all sources of moisture.
  • If you fix the source of water problems or leaks you will likely prevent mold from growing.
  • Keep indoor humidity between 30-60%. This will decrease mold growth. You should do this by properly venting bathrooms, dryers, and other moisture causing sources. This is done by using air conditioners, a de-humidifier and increasing ventilation to the outside to remove moisture from the inside. You should always use exhaust fans while cooking, running a dishwasher, or while cleaning.
  • Always ensure you clean and dry any damp or wet furnishings or wet building materials within 24 to 48 hours. This will help prevent mold from forming.
  • Clean mold from hard surfaces with water and detergent and ensure it will dry completely. Absorbent ceiling tiles and other interior materials may need to be replaced.
  • Reduce condensation on cold surfaces such as piping, exterior walls, windows, roofs or floors by adding insulation.
  • In areas of perpetual moisture problem, do not install carpet. These areas would include around drinking fountains, sinks, or on concrete floors with frequent condensation.
  • If there is moisture present, molds can form. It will grow on almost any substance or surface.
  • Mold can grow on many household items and surfaces including wood, carpet, plastic, flooring material, drywall and foods.