AdvantaClean of Omaha South NE Our Work
Our AdvantaClean of Omaha team was called in to address a large mold problem in a commercial building. After identifying significant mold growth behind wallpaper within the building, we began our remediation process. A containment was built with the use of air scrubbers and the proper plastic barriers. All non-salvageable building materials were removed from the property. The entire space was hepa-vacuumed, sanitized with anti - microbial, and detail cleaned free of any dust / debris.
We were able to respond within two hours after the homeowner discovered a toilet had been overflowing in the basement. Flooring, carpet, and drywall were found to have water damage. The laminate flooring was removed, and the water was extracted from the carpet. Several fans and dehumidifiers were left in the home for a few days to complete drying of the basement.
Our client discovered they had mold in their attic during a home inspection. We wire brushed all areas with visible mold presence while hepa-vacuuming. An anti - microbial was then applied to all surfaces within the attic. The client was then able to complete the sale of the home with no issues.
Our customer realized they had a mold problem in their basement after a recent home inspection. We discovered mold on the drywall in the water meter closet, and on the bathroom vanity and drywall. After properly establishing containment, we removed the mold impacted materials. The space was also thoroughly hepa-vacuumed and scrubbed with anti-microbial. Our customer was able to then get their property sold in a timely manner.
Our customer recently purchased a home that they intended to use as an Air BnB. While making the house ready for guests, they noticed that the inside of the duct work was filthy. Using our hepa-vacuum, compressed air whips, and negative pressure, we were able to completely clean the customer's air ducts.
We performed an air duct cleaning for a customer at the conclusion of their renovation project. The customer was primarily concerned with construction debris build-up due to the renovation.
We removed all the registers and taped over the air duct openings to put the HVAC system under negative pressure. We then used an air whip to push all the dirt and debris to our Hepa-Vacuum.
The customer was amazed at how much dirt and debris we were able to remove upon completion!
A commercial property management company is a regular customer of ours, and they contacted us when one of their locations experienced a sewer backup. We mobilized within an hour of receiving the call. The waste and standing water was extracted, and the affected area was then sanitized with anti-microbial. A dehumidifier and air movers were then left for a few days to ensure the salvageable surfaces were properly dried.
A new homeowner contaced us to perform a duct cleaning in their home. The had just purchased the house, which was built in the 1960's, and reported that the air ducts had never been cleaned. We were also told that the previous owners had long-haired dogs, and our customer was concerned about dander and dirt build up in the ducts.
After a thorough cleaning, we were able to show the customer how much dirt and pet hair had accumulated in the air ducts. They were shocked at the amount, and decided to make yearly air duct cleaning part of their routine.
Our customer was cleaning out their cabinets when they found mold damage throughout. We determined that water intrusion from outside was the cause of the damage. After building a containment, we removed all porous materials that were mold impacted. We then hepa-vacuumed and wiped down all of the flat surfaces with an anti-microbial agent. After the exterior water leaks are corrected at the property, we will return to re-build the basement back to its original state.
The homeowner discovered a leak in their basement bathroom. The toilet leak had gone undetected for several months, and mold was allowed to form on the carpet and walls of the bathroom. After establishing containment, we removed all non-salvageable materials. We then hepa-vacuumed and scrubbed the space with an anti - microbial. An encapsulant was also used on framing with visible water damage.
Our client was trying to put their house on the market, and discovered they had mold in the bathroom during a pre-inspection. We constructed a localized containment, under negative pressure, prior to any demolition. All mold impacted materials were bagged and removed from the property. We then hepa-vacuumed all debris and sanitized the space with an EPA approved anti-microbial.
We experienced heavy rains in the area and our customer contacted us after discovering standing water in the finished basement. We began by removing all of the contents out to the garage. All standing bulk water was then extracted and pumped out of the basement. The carpet pad was determined to be unsalvageable, and was bagged and disposed of. We left air movers and dehumidifiers running for several days until the remaing carpet and drywall were dried completely.
Our client contacted us for duct cleaning after they discovered the vents in their recently purchased home had never been cleaned. We were able to successfully remove all of the dust, debris, and pet hair that had accumulated over the years. We also applied an anti-microbial agent to the air ducts after debris removal. Duct Cleaning success!
Problem: AdvantaClean was called to remediate mold in the customer's attic. The home was being sold, and the mold problem had to be corrected before the new owners moved in. Solution: We were able to win the job by outbidding three of our competitors. All surfaces with visible microbial growth were damp wiped with anti - microbial solution and hepa-vacuumed. The job was completed within three days of the initial site inspection, and the property sellers were able to close their sale on schedule.
Problem: AdvantaClean was called to perform a free inspection. A water damage problem was experienced throughout the property. Microbial growth started to develop on the ceiling and walls. An independent Mold Assessment company performed an inspection and collected samples, analyzed lab results, and developed a detailed scope of work. Solution: Our crew began with the work, following the scope of work provided by the mold assessment company, we began building plastic containment to isolate affected areas from the rest of the house. We HEPA Vacuum interior of walls and ceiling and wiped down with an anti-microbial solution all cavities. Our crew also encapsulated all remaining materials with an anti-microbial paint to protect remaining material from advanced microbial growth.
Location: Omaha, NE 68144
Problem: We were contacted to perform a Covid 19 Sanitization after an individual positive for coronavirus had been in a commercial building. The property had to close for the remainder of the day after receiving testing confirmation. Our client wanted sanitization to be performed immediately so that the property could resume normal function the following day.
Solution: We mobilized immediately, and were onsite within one hour of receiving the call. After donning full PPE we wiped all major touch-points and horizontal surfaces with a virucide. The entire space was then fogged with an electrostatic sprayer upon completion of full wipe down. Photos and documentation were supplied to our client to show completion of work, and the property was able to re-open the very next day.
Location: Omaha, NE 68144
Problem: A piece inside a toilet broke, causing water to overflow. This happened overnight, so it was many hours before our customer realized what had happened. The toilet was also located on the top level of the home, which caused water to leak from the upstairs to the main level and the basement below. Carpet, carpet pad, and drywall ceiling became saturated with water.
Solution: The customer requested that we remove the damaged carpet, as they were planning on replacing it in the future anyway. We extracted the bulk water from the carpet and pad, then bagged and removed those items. The drywall ceiling could be salvaged since it was not insulated. We directed air movers to the ceiling and wet wall materials. Dehumidifiers were also used to collect the moisture evaporating out of the wet ceiling and walls. At the end of the job we used moisture meters to verify that all drying goals had been achieved.
Location: Omaha, NE 68130
Problem: A commercial property maintenance company contacted us about doing a Covid-19 sanitization. They have a local bank as a client, and an employee of that bank had tested positive for the Coronavirus. The bank had to be immediately shut down, and sanitization services were requested that same evening.
Solution: We arrived onsite two hours after receiving the call. All technicians dressed in full personal protection equipment, including full-face respirators, Tyvek suits, and gloves. All horizontal surfaces and touch-points were wiped down by hand. The entire space was then fogged with an electrostatic sprayer. Services were completed overnight so that the client could perform a business, as usual, the following day.
Location: Omaha, NE 68144
Problem: One of our clients is a facility manager for a local bank, and contacted us over concerns of Coronavirus exposure. An employee at the bank had left work sick, and reported symptoms similar to Coronavirus. The bank contacted us after everyone had left the building for the day to perform an emergency decontamination for suspected Coronavirus.
Solution: We arrived within an hour of the call. Our crew donned full personal protective equipment and entered the facility. All major touch points and horizontal surfaces were damp wiped with a virucide. An electrostatic sprayer was used to fog the entire bank with virucide as well. The whole job was completed within four hours, and the bank was able to open the very next day.
Location: Omaha, NE 68106
Problem: The sink faucet began leaking. Water was pooling around the back of the faucet and the back splash, and eventually seeped into the drywall. The cabinets below and adjacent to the sink began to form mold, as did the drywall behind the cabinets.
Solution: We put the kitchen under negative air pressure after building a containment. All mold impacted drywall and cabinets were removed. The area was then cleaned with the use of hepa-vacuums and anti - microbial solution.
Location: Omaha, NE 68144
Problem: A competing restoration company performed a mold remediation in the basement. The homeowner contacted us over concerns that the original company had not completely removed the mold presence in the basement. When we arrived we inspected the remaining drywall behind the wall paneling, and found that mold was still present.
Solution: We first established containment in the basement with the use of plastic sheeting and air scrubbers. The mold impacted drywall and insulation was then completely removed from the home. Finally, we cleaned the entire area with anti - microbial solution and hepa-vacuums. Additionally, we pointed out areas of concern for moisture intrusion so that the homeowner could ensure that potential sources of water damage were eliminated.
Location: Bellevue, NE 68005
Problem: A previous customer of ours referred us to his friend who was purchasing a rental property. Mold was found in the attic during the home inspection. We went out to give the buyer a quote on remediation so that he could determine whether or not to purchase the property.
Solution: The new home buyer realized that he could have us perform the attic mold remediation and still have a quality home. We began by covering the insulation in the attic with a layer of poly. Areas in the attic with visible mold were then hepa-vacuumed and scrubbed with an anti - microbial. A peroxide based stain remover was also applied to the attic sheathing. The new homeowner also improved the insulation in the attic so that he would not have any new mold issues in the future.
Location: Omaha, NE 68144
Problem: The homeowner's basement flooded during periods of heavy snow melt in March. After removing the wet carpet they realized there was mold present on several of the basement walls. A independent testing company was consulted, and they confirmed the mold presence in the basement.
Solution: After reviewing the recommendations from the independent testing company, we came up with a remediation protocol. All mold impacted drywall and porous materials were removed from the home. The entire basement was then hepa-vacuumed and damp wiped with anti - microbial solution. The independent testing company then came out to do a post remediation assessment, and they confirmed that all mold had been removed from the basement.
Location: Omaha, NE, 68144
Problem: A new homeowner discovered that her bathroom vents were exhausting directly into the attic. An insulation contractor also found that the attic was inadequately insulated and sealed. These factors were allowing too much humidity and heat to build up in the attic, which over time led to mold growth.
Solution: We advised the homeowner to address the humidity and moisture issues first so that mold would not return in the attic after remediation. The insulation in the attic was covered with a poly liner before remediation began. Areas of the attic with visible mold growth were hepa-vacuumed and damp wiped with Microban anti - microbial solution. Our customer was left satisfied that her problem was resolved with the added insulation, bath fan ventilation addressed, and our remediation services within the attic.
Location: Omaha, NE 68144
Problem: We were contacted when a homeowner noticed mold forming on the registers of her HVAC system. Upon evaluation it was determined that the humidifier was set too high on the system. The elevated humidity, in conjunction with a build up of dust in the air ducts over the years led to the mold presence.
Solution: The first thing we did was show the homeowner how to turn down the humidifier on her HVAC system. We also recommended running a De-humidifier during the spring and summer seasons. Finally we performed a full air duct cleaning of the homeowners' HVAC system.