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Bella Mold Removal Services
Bella Mold Removal has been the leading name in water damage, fire restoration and mold removal services since we first started our business over a decade ago, and that’s because we always make customer satisfaction our priority.
We treat our customers with respect and understanding because we know that they are going through a difficult time. We follow extensively researched damage restoration protocols to ensure that your residential home or commercial business is taken cared for from start to finish.
Water Damage, Mold Removal
Bella Mold Removal provides licensed and certified water damage, fire restoration, mold removal and more! We have been industry leaders in home damage restoration for over a decade!
Our team is IICRC certified and properly trained to handle any size disaster whether it be a commercial business or residential home that has been damaged.
We use all of the latest Water Damage and Mold Removal equipment and technology such as Dry Ice Blasting to efficiently restore properties to their pre-loss conditions.
Servicing The Chicagoland Area
We provide quality damage restoration services throughout the Chicago area and surrounding suburbs. You can trust our experienced technicians to perform your job to the highest of industry standards.
No matter what damage you face, our team of experts are trained and certified to professionally complete the job from start to finish and restore your home back to its original condition or better.
Lead is a toxic heavy metal that was used extensively in paint and coatings prior to its ban in 1977. It is specifically dangerous to children due to the fact that they are developing and lead poisoning can cause nervous system and organ damage as well as many other complications. Homes built before the 1980’s should be checked for lead as it is more likely that lead paint has been used.
Before actual remediation work commences it must be determined that no hazardous materials such as lead and/or asbestos are present. If there is any concern about this, as there often is in older homes, then a qualified lead and/or asbestos inspector should be consulted.
Drywall is made of gypsum plaster pressed between two thick sheets of paper. It’s an easy and durable alternative to old plaster walls, but is subject to damage from moisture.
A water leak of any sort can cause drywall to rot or disintegrate. If there is no other damage to the wall, the drywall can be easily replaced. You can replace entire 4-by-8-foot sheets or just cut out and replace rotted sections. Left unchecked long enough, wood may begin to rot, causing structural damage that is expensive to restore.
Plaster And Insulation
Originally, plaster was used to achieve a smooth wall or ceiling. In an effort to reduce cost and save time, drywall came to be. This material changed construction dramatically. Now practically every home and commercial building has a significant amount of drywall in it.
When insulation, framing, roof decking and other surfaces stay wet for more than a few days, you can expect mold and mildew to grow which are the mold spores of which can cause respiratory irritation and illness in humans and animals.
It is not the ice forming inside of your pipe that causes it to burst. The frozen water does, however, cause expansion. The expansion from the frozen water causes water pressure to build up between the area where the pipe froze and the plumbing fixture that is not being used.
Burst pipes often occur in areas of your pipe that have not yet froze. That is why homeowners often see icy water immediately leaking out of the pipe that burst.
Water expands when it freezes. Therefore, if there is water inside of your pipe, it has the ability to expand in the same manner. Although many homeowners believe that burst pipes are caused by frozen pipes or ice forming inside of your pipes, this is not necessarily the case.
No matter how big or small your burst pipe situation is, you want to shut off the main water valve to your home immediately when you realize there is a problem. It is typically located where the main line enters your home or at your water meter.
Asphalt shingles are the most popular residential roofing material in the country. Most products consist of a fiberglass mat between two layers of asphalt. Tiny stones embedded in the top help protect the shingles from the sun’s damaging rays.
Asphalt roofing has a relatively short life of 10 to 30 years. Cycles of dampness and dryness will break down the asphalt, which can lead to warping, buckling, blistering, and loss of granules. Asphalt shingles also deteriorate with oxidation and exposure to heat, ultraviolet rays, corrosive chemicals, and biological growth. Damage is usually most evident at roof valleys and changes in roof pitch.
Extend the life of asphalt roofing with regular maintenance and preventative measures. Clean gutters and downspouts. Trim overhanging branches so they do not scrape or fall onto the roof, and remove organic debris such as leaves. Make sure there is adequate attic ventilation to minimize heat and moisture buildup. Maintain the roof’s flashing to prevent the roof from leaking.
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