Mold Containment used when removing mold
Containment during remediation is used to limit mold releases into the air and surroundings within a building. By allowing your building to have a quarantined area where the mold affected area does not spread allows for the tenant’s space to have greater chance of cleanliness and also improves the efficiency of the mold remediation process. In assessing the mold situation in a building, you want to find where the source is. In identifying the source, it allows for a greater chance for complete removal of the mold. Depending on the size of the mold area it is important to understand what types of containment methods could be used. The three most common types are surface containment, or the area affected, local containment which consists of the area affected and the immediate area, or a full containment which includes the entire building. By properly assessing your unique situation and creating a plan with one of these methods for mold remediation, then you can implement a plan to begin the removal process of the mold within a building.