FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
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If that room is isolated and doesn't exchange air with the rest of the house, then no, whole home treatment may not be necessary. If that room does exchange air with the rest of the home then yes, whole home treatment will likely be recommended. Visible mold is often evidence that airborne mold levels are high (in the home and HVAC duct work) which can cause negative health effects.
When a property is dry, Pure Maintenance Nebraska will perform whole home residential services for about $1.25 per square foot ($3,750 for a 3,000 square foot home) and commercial services for about $2.50 per square foot ($7,500 for 3,000 square foot commercial space). To get an exact price to treat your home or office space contact us to schedule a free estimate or to perform a mold air test for only $199.
Yes. Our dry-fog is non-toxic and EPA approved. People and pets need to be out of the home for about 6-8 hours during the treatment. Your belongings (including electronics) can all stay - prior to treatment we'll email you some simple steps to help you prepare your home and belongings.
Yes. When we perform a whole home treatment we guarantee that mold will be brought back to a healthy level - if this doesn't happen, we'll re-treat your home. Additionally, we provide a one-year warranty on whole home treatments that is transferable to new owners (as long as a new moisture problem doesn't occur on the property).
Most whole home treatments can be done in less than 8 hours. Our patented dry-fog technology is effective and fast allowing you to return to your home on the same day of treatment.
To take full advantage of the whole home dry fog treatment...
- make sure the home is dry and free of leaks
- evacuate pets and people for the duration of the dry fogging. For homes this is typically close to six hours.
- leave all cupboards, closets and drawers open
- disable smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
- open lids of containers to expose the contents
- remove bedding for better mattress penetration
- remove the furnace filter, and have a new to install after service
- have entry ways cleared
- wipe down and eliminate any built up dirt