How to Remove Mold from a Garage: Cleaning Up the Mould article How To Remove Mold From a Garage 1.
Get a new garage door.2.
Remove the mold.3.
Replace the mold with fresh glass.4.
Install new wiring.5.
Clean out the garage.6.
Clean the garage exhaust pipe.7.
Clean all the cracks in the garage door, inside and out.8.
Replace garage door hinges.9.
Remove moldy paint.10.
Replace with fresh paint.11.
Replace old paint with fresh coat.12.
Remove any debris.13.
Clean garage doors, windows and exterior.14.
Clean and repaint interior windows and doors.15.
Replace roof, exterior paint, and interior doors.16.
Replace interior window and door hinges with new ones.17.
Install window and doors again.18.
Install exterior windows and door hinge assembly.19.
Install interior window hinge assembly again.20.
Install windows, doors, and windows on all sides.21.
Install roofing materials.22.
Replace exterior and interior roofing with new materials.23.
Replace any missing parts of roofing.24.
Install air conditioning.25.
Install solar panel and other system components.26.
Replace or upgrade the interior wiring.27.
Install insulation material.28.
Replace existing window and roof with new windows and roofs.29.
Install electrical wiring.30.
Replace electrical wiring with new wires.31.
Replace window and window cover with new window cover.32.
Replace ceiling panel with new ceiling panels.33.
Install and replace window and ceiling panel covering.34.
Install, install and replace all interior lights.35.
Install or upgrade new air conditioning system.36.
Install any missing windows or doors.37.
Install carpeting for floors, ceilings, and roofs and trim.42.
Replace floors and ceilings.45.
Install wood trim.46.
Install all interior trim and trim trim for floors.47.
Install paint, paint coatings, and finishes.48.
Install door trim.49.
Install rear doors and rear windows.50.
Replace door handles.51.
Replace all window trim.52.
Install ceiling trim.53.
Replace faucets and heat.54.
Replace air conditioner and fans.55.
Install water heater.56.
Replace furnace and thermostat.57.
Install gas stoves.58.
Install exhaust system.59.
Install furnace and water heater shut off valve.60.
Replace gas lines.63.
Replace steam pipe.64.
Replace ventilating system.65.
Install heat pump.67.
Replace and install carpet and flooring material.68.
Install floor cover.69.
Replace ductwork and install ducting, grout, and carpet material.70.
Install carpets, carpeting, and floor cover material.71.
Install vents and replace carpeting and floor covering.73.
Install grout and carpeting in a clean, dry, and airtight condition.74.
Replace doors and windows.75.
Install light fixtures and fixtures.76.
Install lights in the kitchen and bathroom.79.
Replace lights and lights in living room.80.
Install plumbing fixtures.82.
Install ventilation and air conditioning systems.83.
Replace plumbing, drainage, and plumbing fixtures and install a new drain or outlet.85.
Replace a leaky sink or drain plug.86.
Replace an old, worn-out drain plug in a new sink or outlet or install a self-closing and self-cleaning sink.87.
Replace faulty, corroded, or worn out water heaters or heat pump units.88.
Install replacement or refurbished heat pump systems.89.
Replace high-pressure water heating equipment.90.
Replace equipment or accessories that are not watertight.91.
Replace evaporators or evaporators that have a leak.92.
Replace units that have been damaged by water.93.
Replace parts that are damaged by moisture.94.
Install a new water pump or water heater or replace a water heater with a new pump.95.
Install pumps, heaters, and water heat.96.
Replace pump or heaters that are watertight and that do not leak.97.
Replace pumps, hot water, and heat pumps with a water-resistant and selfclosing water system.98.
Replace water-heating units with water-tight, self-contained systems.99.
Replace sinks or faucet pipes.100.
Replace drains or fountains