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Xtreme Carpet & Tile Cleaning, Carpet & Rug Cleaners, Fort Myers, FL


Mon-Fri :

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

Sat :

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

Xtreme Carpet & Tile Cleaning

8359 Beacon Blvd
33907 Fort Myers


Amazing customer service even from the beginning when you call! When the tech showed up he was very courteous, friendly and professional. Explained the... more
A friend recommend Xtreme and I couldn't be happier! Joshua came out and did a great job cleaning my carpets and sofa. He knows his stuff and was... more
NO SHOWS! I booked an appt 2-3 days in advance, received an email confirmation but NO CALL/NO SHOW on day of appt. The appt was rescheduled (after I... more





 Our Services


Steam Carpet Cleaning

Tile & Grout Cleaning

Water Extraction

Commercial Carpet & Tile Cleaning

Furniture Cleaning

Grout Recoloring

Marble Cleaning

Sealing Tile & Grout

Grout Color Change or Color Repair

Pet Urine Removal Treatments

Blood Removal

Red Stains /Coffee / Wine/ Orange Removal

Pet Smell / Harsh Smell Removal


Drape Cleaning

Mattress Clean




Remediation is structural and non-structural measures undertaken to limit the adverse impact of natural hazards, environmental degradation and technological hazards. In other words, help in reducing the cause of problem to prevent further damage.


                                    FLORIDA STATE LICENSED




Mold Remediation IN SWFL -  The removal of contaminated construction materials that are unsalvageable for the purpose of both protecting the health of the occupants and the mold remediator and identifying the source of moisture so repairs by the appropriate specialty contractor can be implemented.  Preventive activities may include those intended to prevent future mold contamination of a remediated area, including applying biocides or anti-microbial compounds, suggesting a continuous sanitization protocol for mold management, and ongoing proverbial monitoring or inspection. FORT MYERS, NAPLES, CAPE CORAL, ESTERO, LEHIGH ACRES.  

Our Professional Services in Detail:    OUR TECHS USE A 30 STEP PROCESS FOR MOLD REMEDAITION   

Xtremes 30 Steps for Successful Remediation Project 
Pre-remediation visual inspections and testing should be conducted by an environmental consultant or third party consultant.  These professionals should be considered the architects of the remediation project.   Test samples taken during the pre-remediation walk-through should be sent to an independent certified laboratory. (Independent refers to independence of ownership or business relationship to the remediation contractor.   The environmental consultant should develop a pre remediation report including recommendations of areas to be remediated based on analysis of test sample results supplied by a certified laboratory and the environmental consultant’s visual observations of the site.   A qualified remediation contractor should conduct a site walkthrough.  The contractor should review the pre remediation report submitted by the environmental consultant.  The remediation contractor should develop a thorough scope of work and bid outlining methods and procedures, as per industry standards and guidelines, to rectify microbial issues outlined in the environmental consultant’s pre remediation report.   The environmental consultant should review the contractor’s scope of work to ensure that the scope of work incorporates all of the recommendations outlined in the pre remediation report.   The remediation contract should be signed and a date for the remediation work should be scheduled.   The environmental consultant should be contacted and advised of the remediation schedule.  This enables the environmental consultant to check on the remediation project in progress and to schedule the post remediation verification testing. (PRV)   Upon starting the remediation project, the contractor should install poly isolation barriers to contain specific areas where mold work is to proceed.   Place isolated areas under negative air pressure using micro traps with HEPA filtration.   Before any remediation work begins, workers should dress in proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) before entering into isolated remediation areas.   Remove contents in isolated areas to be cleaned offsite or stored.  Contents should be poly wrapped prior to exiting isolated areas.   Remove and dispose of non-salvageable contents.  Such contents should be poly wrapped before exiting the containment area.   Protect any remaining contents in isolated area.   Conduct gross demolition following proper procedures.   Conduct gross clean-up.  Any items removed from isolated areas during gross clean-up must be poly wrapped prior to removal from isolated area.   Sand, wire brush, or sanitize specific areas where surfaces, primarily wooden structural surfaces, have been stained due to microbial growth. 
 HEPA vacuum all surfaces within the contained area, HEPA vacuuming should be conducted from top to bottom, from the point furthest from the negative air machine to the point closest to the negative air machines.  (Surfaces within the isolated area include any contents within the isolated area)  After initial HEPA vacuuming and prior to contact wet wiping, introduce fresh air into the isolated area as part of the negative air supply.   Clean all surfaces within the isolated area by contact wet wiping. Environmental consultants may recommend the use of sanitizer or detergents like tri-sodium phosphates, for contact cleaning.   HEPA vacuum all areas within the isolated containment again.   Apply fungicidal encapsulate to areas designated in the scope of work.  (The environmental consultant may want to inspect surfaces prior to the application of fungicidal coatings.   Environmental consultant should be notified as to completion date of project in order to schedule post remediation verification testing.   Sometimes, a third HEPA vacuuming may be required to remove particulate generated from fungicidal coating application.   Change configuration of negative air from micro traps to air scrubbers.  Isolated breach ways should be sealed during this process. A minimum of 200 air exchanges should occur during air scrubbing prior to post remediation verification testing.  This usually takes 8 to 12 hours.   Post remediation testing should occur within 72 hours of completion of air purification.  The post remediation verification testing should be conducted by the original environmental consultant.  Post remediation test sampling methods should match those used in pre remediation test sampling.  Test sampling methods that vary can be used but if such sample results do not pass post remediation verification criteria, the scope of work may have to be expanded.   Post remediation test samples are then sent out to an independent certified laboratory.   Visual observation and analysis of the post remediation test sampling results are used to determine if the remediation project is successful.  Visual observation conducted would confirm that the space is absent of any loose particulate, and the mold colonization has been properly remediated.  Test sample PRV would show that either no mold or rare amounts of mold were on tested surfaces, and that air-ocell samples maintained spore levels at or below baseline samples.   The remediation contractor should be responsible, as part of the original contract, to remediate areas until they pass post remediation verification testing.   A post remediation verification report should be generated by the environmental consultant clearing the isolated remediated areas, and confirming that the mold remediation project has been completed

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