Effective Mold Removal in Hyde Park Structures
Mold Cleanup Services by SERVPRO Professionals
To many, the town of Hyde Park is one of the more historically significant locations in the country. The hometown of one of our most renowned presidents, the home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, is now a museum and attraction of the community. People from all over Dutchess County and the entire country visit Hyde Park annually for its landmarks and historically protected sites. Another city draw is the main campus of the Culinary Institute of America, a prominent 4-year university for those looking to master niches of cooking and baking.
With much of the city bordering the Hudson River, persistent moisture can lead to a need for mold removal in some Hyde Park properties. In addition, with the historical significance of many landmarks in the municipal limits, fast action is vital to protect the original architecture and building materials. While undoubtedly FDR-related locations are among the most attractive for history buffs, other protected sites include the Wales House, William Stoutenburgh House, and structures in the Vanderbilt Lane and Main Street Historic Districts.
Surface Cleaning Mold Removal
While you would not want to find mold on dishes served at the popular dining spots in town like Antonella's or the Eveready Diner, it is even more alarming to see it growing in your home. SERVPRO's IICRC trained team can help with fast and direct mold removal options. Surface cleaning is the most preferred solution, which involves applying antimicrobial or sporicidal agents to affected hosting materials to destroy surface spores and thwart any continued mold growth. If surface cleaning is impossible, we also can try the following:
- Dry Ice Blasting
- Controlled Demolition
Mold will occur in many homes and businesses in a town of more than 21,000 residents. We work fast to secure properties and follow third-party inspectors' findings to restore your family's life. Call SERVPRO of NW & SE Dutchess County today at (845) 635-4550.