Mold has been linked to a variety of illnesses, most commonly in children and the elderly. It can pose a significant health hazard for your family. If you are concerned about a mold problem in your home in the Maryland, Washington, DC, or Northern Virginia area, contact us immediately so we can begin the work of testing and remediation. Our well-trained, certified field workers will work closely with you to ensure the proper steps are taken during the mold removal process and to make sure your home is safe.
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If you have mold and need mold remediation services or you’ve recently had water damage occur in your home and would like us to perform mold testing, fill out the contact form on the left or call us at 1-866-231-3880
Our mold remediation services are performed only by fully trained and licensed professionals using state-of-the-art mold removal equipment and techniques, allowing us to remove your mold safely, effectively, and efficiently.
Our mold remediation services are performed on a case-by-case basis, meaning every home is treated differently and the course of action is tailored specifically to each and every home. After we have completed the mold remediation process, we schedule a third-party mold test so that you have unbiased verification that the mold in your home is indeed removed and the structure can safely be occupied.
If you think you have a mold problem, do not hesitate to schedule mold testing services. If you have recently had water damage in your home, it is possible—even likely—that you have mold growth occurring in your home. Failing to test for—and remove—mold can have negative impacts on your health and the health of the occupants of your home. We offer two types of mold testing that can quickly and accurately determine if your home has a mold problem.
Mold can grow quickly, so if you fear your home may be susceptible to mold, schedule a mold test today!
Molds are a part of the natural environment. But as mentioned above, they can cause health problems if they begin growing in your home. The best way to ensure prevention is to make sure you are educated.