Mold Remediation 



Did you know that your home or business may have a mold problem that you may never know about until it causes a disturbance? The truth is, even in the cleanest of Mississippi homes and businesses, mold can be growing in places that are difficult to see. This can include basements, attics, behind the walls, in corners, and even in your drywall. The humidity in this area can lead to issues with mold all times of the year, but during the hot, humid summers, the chances of mold increase exponentially. For help with mold remediation in Mississippi, contact us here at T. Ryals Emergency Restoration.


Where Does Mold Come From?

Mold comes from moisture that is unable to dry. This can be due to the natural weather, such as high humidity, or it can come from dampness from other causes. One of the main causes of mold is water damage in your home or business. If you ever had a pipe leak, a flooded basement, or a sink overflow, that water had to go somewhere. While you may have been able to remove the water you could see, any part of the structure that absorbed water could still be at risk. This can lead to structural issues on top of mold problems.

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What Are the Common Signs of Mold Damage?


It’s important to identify early warning signs of mold so you can save time and money down the road. If you catch it quickly, steps can be taken to reduce any negative effects. Some of the early signs of mold include:


  • Floors that feel wet or feel soft

  • Water stains

  • Blistered paint

  • Crumbling plaster

  • Cracks in the tile that are getting deeper

  • A persistent musty smell


To protect your assets, you should periodically check for mold in areas such as air ducts, crawl spaces, bathrooms, and wall coverings. In some areas where you have mold growth, but can’t see it, the damage that it has caused underneath the surface will be difficult to notice without professional help.

Mold Treatment Process

It only takes a small bit of mold to create a large problem. That is because of how mold spreads. It is made up of tiny pores, which can spread each time the wind blows. This means that you can have the heat or air conditioning in your house turn on, and the mold spores could spread anywhere. From there, something as simple as water on the walls in your bathroom after a hot shower could be the ideal breeding ground for more mold. That is part of what makes mediating the problem so involved.

When you call on T. Ryals for mold remediation, you are calling in insured, licensed, and certified experts. We have the experience and training to ensure that your space is safe to live and work in when we are done. We go through several steps to ensure the mold that was there is gone, and that it will not come back again in the future. Here are just a few of the steps we go through to help remove mold for you:

  • Removing any contaminated materials in your home or business, safely.

  • Creating a capsule around the affected areas using negative air pressure to minimize contamination to other areas.

  • Use environmentally friendly antimicrobials and disinfectants to keep the area clean.

  • Using agents to stop mold growth in the future.

  • Scrubbing the air with HEPA filters to remove all mold spores from the air.

  • Cleaning your HVAC ductwork

  • Restoring and salvaging any items that would not be affected by the mold.

  • Vacuuming all areas with specialty tools to make sure there are no spores left behind to start growing again.

  • Purifying any areas using Hydroxyl.


The T. Ryals Emergency Mold Remediation Advantage

Mold can appear in unexpected places, such as areas in your bathroom, in the air, and on other surfaces. Our Certified Structural Mold Investigators (CDMI) Certified team will provide:


  • Mold infiltration assessment

  • Encapsulation and establishment of negative air environment in affected areas to prevent contamination to adjacent areas

  • HEPA Air Scrubbing to filter microbial contaminants out of the air

  • Final HEPA vacuuming & clean-up of the work area

  • Application of eco-friendly disinfectants and antimicrobials used to help prevent future mold growth and clean current contents

  • Restoration, HVAC cleaning, and Hydroxyl purification

  • MDEQ licensed testing and abatement of asbestos


Even if you don’t see mold growth, it can still affect your overall health. If mold has affected portions of your home it’s important to get it treated properly. Our team will demolish only the material that is deemed unsalvageable and restore everything we can.



Office Phone: ​(601) 606-4183

Emergency Line: #1 (601) 490-1095