Why Should You Hire a Mold Remediation Professional?
Mold Removal is Risky and Challenging
There is more to mold remediation than removing the visible mold. If there is already mold growing on your walls, there is probably more growing behind them. So, trying to take care of it yourself might not take care of the whole problem.
Taking care of it yourself could actually make matters worse by releasing mold spores into the air, risking spreading mold into other areas of your home.
Don’t know what to do next? We do. You can count on ServiceMaster Restore to meet your mold removal needs. We have the resources and experience to deal with mold problems of all sizes.
If you’ve discovered mold in your home or business, you need to take action right away. If left unchecked, mold can have serious impacts on your health, quality of life, and your home’s physical structure.
The experts at ServiceMaster have completed intensive mold remediation training. Our mold remediation experts will visit your home or business.
Only a professional can help identify the source and extent of mold in your home. ServiceMaster uses the latest mold identification technology and equipment to identify problems in your living areas.
2. Mold Testing
We work with nationally recognized testing facilities and can provide mold inspection, laboratory analysis and written remediation plans. We know how to identify and help eliminate the source of what has caused the mold, and implement the proper processes in order to help prevent future mold growth.
We use EPA-registered chemical products to clean mold covered surfaces like floors, countertops, and walls.
4. Drywall, Wood, and Floors
For extensive damage, we will remove mold completely by cutting away damp drywall. We will sand wood, and if necessary, remove wood completely. For floors affected by mold, we will repair, clean, and sanitize floorboards as well as dispose of and replace carpets.
Q: Are some molds more dangerous than others?
A: Sometimes you will hear terms like “toxic mold” and “black mold” used to refer to molds.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report that if you can see or smell mold, a health risk may be present. No matter what the type of mold is present, all types of mold may be dangerous, and you should remove it. The best practice is to remove the mold and work to prevent future growth.
Learn more about Mold by reading our FAQ.
More about Mold
Mold can grow outside your home in gutters, on your roof, and on your foundation as well as indoors on wet or damp surfaces such as:
- Ceiling Tiles
- Insulation Material
- HVAC system
- and more
All molds have the potential to cause you and your family the following side effects:
- Breathing Difficulties
- Skin irritation
- Allergic reactions
- Aggravation of asthma symptoms
ServiceMaster has over 60 years of experience in providing quality cleaning and restoration services. Why work with us?
- We an Insurance Preferred Vendor and bill your insurance company directly!
- We’re available to respond quickly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Free Estimates
- Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
- Latest Technology and Equipment
- Dedicated to Customer Service
- No hidden fees
- Complete mold and storm damage solutions – we handle it all, hassle free