Enzyme Catalyst Fogging

If you have a mold infestation in your home, professional mold remediation is the only way to effectively remove all mold. If you have a family member who is sensitive to mold, they will have strong symptoms until it is eradicated from your home. Inhaling mold on a day-to-day basis will keep the immune system firing inflammatory mediators and prevent the body from removing the toxins. Two important things to understand when dealing with a moldy home include 1) understanding how mold can expand throughout the home and onto belongings and 2) any treatment to address mold should not include toxic chemicals or irritants.

Enzyme Catalyst Fogging on Cape Cod and the South Shore

If you suspect mold in your home – read below to learn some signs of mold growth – our enzyme catalyst fogging treatment is right for you. This remediation process includes fogging contaminated areas with an all-natural enzyme catalyst to eliminate mold. Fogging mold removal is a way to eliminate mold in certain areas that are not practical to clean, i.e., wall voids, inaccessible areas, crawl spaces, attics, etc. We apply the Enzyme Catalyst at the end of all our remediation to ensure a complete and thorough remediation, and to ensure that the mold is gone permanently.

cleaned attic after mold removal

Signs You May Have Mold

It can be hard to detect if you have mold. Mold spreads fast and can get into all kinds of inaccessible places, which is why enzyme catalyst fogging is the best method. Mold can affect various things, including your health and your home’s property value. So, how can you tell if you need mold remediation for mold growth? 

  1. Leaky Plumbing. When moisture accumulates in hidden areas, the persistent dampness creates an ideal environment for mold to grow; if left unaddressed, it can spread throughout your home.
  2. Musty Odor. A musty odor is a tell tale sign of mold presence. This scent typically comes from the volatile organic compound that mold releases as it grows. 
  3. Visible Staining or Discoloration. When mold thrives, it produces pigments that appear in various colors, such as black, green, brown, or even orange. These colors change depending on the type of mold. 
  4. Allergic Reactions. If you or anyone in your home is experiencing allergy symptoms – such as coughing, sneezing, itching, watery eyes – this could be a sign that you’ve been breathing in mold. 

Hire Mold Doctors for Mold Remediation

The Mold Doctors are certified mold removal specialists in Cape Cod and the South Shore. Did you know that 35% of American homes have water damage yearly? This water damage is the precursor to mold growth. If you suspect mold growth in your home, our team at Mold Doctors in Cape Cod and the South Shore are trained professionals who can effectively and permanently remove mold. We have various resources, including our enzyme catalyst fogging, our invasive and non-invasive mold removal, and our bacterial treatments to remove mold once and for all. 

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