Mold Remediation Services
Experts Licensed and Insured to Remove Mold
Do you believe that mold is growing in your home?
Call now to protect your health, the health of your family, and your home from further damage!
Any home or business can quickly become infested with mold, especially if there is an active water source such as a damaged roof or plumbing. Mold can begin to spread in as little as 48-72 hours, and can produce allergens and irritants that have have proven to be detrimental to one’s health.
• Mold is present in most places, inside and outside; especially in South Florida.
• Mold spores can travel in the air and can enter a home through a window or door.
• Mold requires moisture or elevated humidity to grow; The EPA recommends maintaining indoor relative humidity under 60%.
• Before mold remediation, it is important to address the source of moisture.
• Signs of mold are strong, musty odors and visible discoloration.
Mold Remediation Process
1. Inspect the suspected mold growth area.
2. Address source of water.
2. Hire a Licensed Mold Assessor to inspect and create protocol.
3. Follow the protocol to remediate mold.
4. Cleaning and Sanitizing the area.
5. Contact a Licensed Mold Assessor to clear the remediation.
Why Work with Us
1. Our team can provide emergency service.
2. Highly trained and experienced Mold Remediation Technicians.
3. Medium-sized company = more individual attention,
4. Licensed and Insured in the State of Florida.
5. We are a locally owned and Operated Business.
Commonly Asked Questions
Does water in my home mean I have mold?
Not necessarily. Most mold outbreaks in homes begin to occur 1 – 3 months after the water event. It is important to properly dry-out a wet space to avoid a potential mold outbreak.
Is Mold Dangerous to One's Health?
Science is begging to discover the link between certain types of mold, length of exposure, and how they affect human and pet health. There are strong indication that certain types of mold, classified as toxic molds, can create more serious health complications. Long-term exposure to most types of mold can cause the development of allergies to that type of mold. Children, the elderly, and everyone else with less active immune systems are more vulnerable.