Allston is a neighborhood of Boston, which was settled in the middle of the seventeenth century and incorporated at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Although many of the neighborhood’s residential and commercial buildings have been updated since then, mold will always be an issue for those living, working and learning in Allston.
If you are experiencing mold symptoms, or are concerned about the presence of black mold, you should seek out mold removal companies in Massachusetts immediately. Our mold remediation specialists at PowerBees are here to keep Allston’s homes, businesses and schools safe from mold problems, including black mold exposure and mold symptoms caused by other spores, all year round. We provide several services, including roof mold removal, attic mold removal and basement mold removal.
Allston is bordered by the Charles River to the north. During heavy rains, buildings that sit near the Charles River are more prone to flooding. Flooding usually causes water damage, and that water damage can lead to mold problems. PowerBees will prevent and remove mold growth in your Allston-based home or business. With reasonable mold inspection costs, you can count on us to get the job done swiftly and affordably!
RESIDENTIAL MOLD REMOVAL IN ALLSTON, MA Regardless of whether you are a homeowner or a renter in Allston, your quality of life can be diminished if you have mold spores in your home. PowerBees has helped hundreds of homeowners and renters in the Allston area with household mold, including attic mold and basement mold. If you are living, working or learning in Allston, PowerBees is here to help you!
COMMERCIAL MOLD REMOVAL IN ALLSTON, MA Allston is home to several businesses, public schools and, of course, colleges. PowerBees provides commercial mold remediation services for businesses and schools in order to improve indoor air quality for the employees and students in your Allston-based operation.
MOLD REMOVAL IN ALLSTON, MA BASEMENTS Basements are susceptible to dampness and humidity. Many older homes in Allston have a deteriorated porous foundation that can allow moisture to penetrate from the outside. Bulkheads, deteriorated exterior doors, windows and water damaged trim are all zones of a building through which moisture can penetrate as well. If the moisture is not dried out shortly after it is discovered, the resulting wet and warm basement becomes the perfect environment for mold to grow in. Dangerous mold spores can then spread through your building and be inhaled by your family, friends, employees or students. This is extremely unsafe, especially if anyone in the building has a mold allergy or another respiratory issue. A musty odor within your Allston basement (especially during the summer) is usually a sign of mold. If you detect a musty odor anywhere in your building, the property should be tested for mold and may require a mold remediation process in the basement. Call PowerBees today for mold testing or a mold inspection in your Allston basement.
MOLD REMEDIATION IN ALLSTON, MA ATTICS Condensation is often the cause of mold problems in the attics of Allston. Usually, faulty or inadequate attic ventilation is the source of the problem. If your property lacks soffit vents or ridge vents, or if your vents that have become blocked with insulation or paint, damp warm air will become trapped in your attic for an extended period of time. When the exterior air is cooler than the inside air, condensation will form on the interior roof sheathing of your attic. That dark, warm attic that the condensation creates is an environment in which mold can easily colonize and grow. Mold in Allston attics can also be caused by ice dams, roof leaks, leaks from HVAC systems, improperly vented dryer vent exhausts or bathroom exhausts. Whatever the cause, the mold needs to be removed by a trained mold expert as soon as it is discovered. Call PowerBees today to find out more about attic mold remediation in Allston.
MOLD REMOVAL IN ALLSTON, MA BATHROOMS As most residents of Allston know, bathrooms are a common source of mold. Water can always find a way into a bathroom and, possibly, impact the entire building. That impact is not limited to water damage itself. Overflows or leaks that cause water to intrude into the floors and walls of the building facilitate and accelerate mold growth. Condensation can collect on ceilings and walls in bathrooms that lack an exhaust fan. That condensation can then create a perfect environment for bathroom mold growth, development and germination. Any significant bathroom mold should be removed by a trained expert so that it doesn’t cross contaminate any other areas within the building. Microscopic mold spores can spread throughout the home or workspace, reducing the safety of your building and your quality of life. Call PowerBees today to inquire about mold remediation in Allston bathrooms.