Mold & Mildew Removal from Stone, Brick, Pavers, Driveways & Home Exteriors

The humid air in Texas provides an ideal environment for mold and mildew growth on the exterior of your home. Surfaces with ideal environment conditions for mold growth include stone, brick, pavers, concrete, masonry, and wood both inside and outside the home. If you’re a property owner whose surfaces are suffering from mold, mildew, and other bacterial and fungal growth, you need to call a professional service for mold and mildew removal today.

Why is Removing Mold & Mildew from Your Home so Important?

Mold and mildew isn’t just unpleasant to look at—it can be dangerous for your health and the health of your family, too. Mold has been linked to a number of health complications, including wheezing, asthma-like symptoms, upper respiratory tract infections, lethargy, memory loss, and acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage among infants. The sooner that you remove mold and mildew from your home, the sooner you can guarantee that your family is safe from exposure, and you’re your surfaces aren’t at risk for early decay.

What Does Mold & Mildew Growth on Stone Look Like?

This is what mold and mildew growth looks like on natural stone. Once moisture penetrates the stone’s surface and the first few mold spores begin to grow, it is very difficult to stop the process. A professional stone cleaning can help

  • Kill Mold & Mildew
  • Remove Mold & Mildew Stains
  • Seal & Protect Stone from Future Mold Growth & Water Penetration

But don’t just trust your stone cleaning needs to just anyone. Every type of stone is different, requiring a wide range of specific care and maintenance. Some chemicals can be used on certain stone to remove and kill mildew, while others can cause permanent damage to the same type of stone.

Mold Removal Services from Texas Stone Sealers

Mold and mildew are stubborn, and removing them completely is extremely tough work. This is especially true when the mold problem has been given time to proliferate and deeply embed in porous stone, wood, concrete, brick, and other surfaces. Our team at Texas Stone Sealers will asses your stone first to determine which mold and mildew removal technique best suit your surface’s needs, and determine which method will remove the most amount of mold and mildew possible in a way that’s not damaging to the stone or other material.

Methods to remove mildew and mold spores include a variety of different procedures, ranging from chemical treatments to soda blasting (provided at an additional cost). All of our mold and mildew removal options are designed to remove this bacterial and fungal growth as effectively as possible without causing any trauma to the stone or other surface.

Removal and Prevention: The Two Aspects of a Mold & Mildew Treatment

Removal of mold and mildew is the first and most essential step for surfaces that are tainted with fungi. After mold and mildew have been removed, though, taking preventative measures to ensure that additional mold and mildew don’t make a home on your surfaces is key.

To do this, the TSSPRO-500 Clear Pro sealer is a must. Not only is this sealer designed to prevent against bacteria, fungi, and other organisms that are caused by moisture, but the unique formula is also flame-retardant as well. What’s more, this long-lasting formula will keep your surfaces mold and mildew free for years to come – once it’s been applied, it’s permanent.

Learn More About Texas Stone Sealers’ Services and Products for Mold and Mildew Removal Today

If you have mold and mildew on your surfaces, don’t wait any longer to remedy the problem. The longer mold and mildew have to grow, the less of a guarantee that they can be removed entirely. You need to take action now – call the professional mold and mildew removers at Texas Stone Sealers today. We’ll provide you with a free quote and answers to all of your questions to get started. Reach us now at (713) 429-0469.

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