Found out you have mold? 

Don't stress. We've got you. 

Learning you have mold is stressful, but it shouldn't be. Pure Air North Carolina can come in within days and treat the mold so you can relax and get back to life.

What are your options?

We're here to help, but we also want you to be informed. 

If you have mold you generally have five options.

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Demolition

Positives
  • New construction in affected area​

Negatives
  • Expensive

  • Takes a long time

  • Can spread mold spores

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Cleaning

Positives
  • Quick & Easy

Negatives
  • Ineffective
  • Spreads Spores
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Ozone

Positives
  • Effective

  • No demolition

Negatives
  • Toxic
  • Must leave house for multiple days
  • Effectiveness is debated
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Relocate

Positives
  • New Home

Negatives
  • Expensive

  • If mold growth is bad enough, spores will move with you

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Dry Fogging

Positives
  • Quick and Easy

  • Effective

  • Less Expensive

  • Non-Toxic

  • Prevents future growth

Negatives
  • None

What is a "Dry" Fog and why is it so important? 

Other companies use a fog to treat mold, even with similar chemicals.

What's different is how we use them, and how it benefits you.

A "dry" fog simply means the particles in the fog are so small they bounce off of surfaces instead of sticking and creating moisture. 

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Our Dry Fog

Our patented process breaks down the particles much smaller than traditional sprayers or handheld fogging equipment.

This gives us a number of unique benefits: 

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Traditional Wet Fog

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Particles are half the size of mold spores.

Anywhere mold can get, we can get.

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Our chemicals stay airborne longer and are able to get more of the mold.

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Since it is so effective we are able to use a lower concentration of the chemicals in your home.

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Treatment is safe for electronics and home furnishings.

What is Our Process?

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 Step 1: Target Existing Mold

When you have mold growth it doesn't stay in one place. It goes airborne and gets everywhere. The only way to know you are mold free is to treat everything and everywhere in your home. 

By filling each room with a dense fog we push the small particles into every nook and cranny a mold spore can fit. This ensures the highest level of effectiveness. 

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 Step 2: Prevent Future Growth

Mold spores will always be around. We get the ones currently in your home, but next time you open a window or go outside they'll be back. We would be irresponsible if we didn't have something to protect you after we leave.

Part two of our treatment includes an anti-microbial layer on all surfaces. As soon as a mold spore lands on your walls, floor, cabinets, etc. it will be rendered inert and you'll continue to stay mold free.

Mold Test Example 

To demonstrate the effectiveness of our treatment the following Tape samples were taken before, during, and after a treatment.

Before Treatment

5 Minutes Into Treatment

Mold test 5 minutes into treatment. bout 20% of the image is black spots

1 Hour Into Treatment

Mold test after 1 hour. Less than 5% of the image is black spots
Mold test after treatment. There are almost no black spots

 After Treatment

For more detail on the science behind our treatment process see our explanation of How It Works

If you would like us to come give an opinion on your mold problem, call or submit your information below.

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