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Mold Remediation Services

Our Trusted Foundation Specialists Are Ready to Assist You

Mold that exists in a home can lead to multiple problems for both residents and the integrity of the house itself. The process of removing mold begins with assessing the situation, presenting a project report, and making recommendations for safe effective cleanup and removal.

If you believe that you have mold in your home, then it is advised that you speak to a mold remediation professional today. As skilled foundation repair experts, our consultants can also help you detect and stop any moisture intrusion, helping keep your home mold free for years to come.

*Not all locations offer this specialized service.

"Does Your Home Have Mold?"

Once verified, mold growth can be eliminated in several ways, but precautions must always be taken to decrease the risk of further contamination. If mold is disturbed or removed incorrectly, the spores may filter into the HVAC system, redistributing mold throughout the structure.

Telltale signs of mold (and mold risks) include:

  • Musty smell

  • Mold spots

  • Humidity

  • Condensation

  • Wood warping

  • Paint peeling

  • Water stains

  • Physical symptoms: sore throat, watery eyes, itchy skin, etc.

The presence of mold on surfaces larger than 10 square feet requires the services of a professional mold remediation team. Not only is it imperative to eradicate the presence of mold, but also it is critical that the moisture source has been remedied. Otherwise, mold will likely return.

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