Mold Restoration

Mold can be detrimental to both your home and your health. It typically thrives in dark and damp conditions. Some molds are non-toxic and often go unnoticed, but understanding the different types, how to identify them, and how to take care of them are important.

Why is Mold Bad?

Structural Integrity

When ignored, mold can have serious impacts on your property. The immediate treatment of mold can reduce further damage like collapsed ceilings or caving floorboards. On top of that, untreated mold can damage your home beyond a simple repair, requiring more time and money for restoration.

Poor Air Quality 

Certain molds can be detrimental to your health and may have long-lasting effects. Those most affected by mold tend to be children, elderly, and pregnant women as their immune systems are the most compromised. So what are some signs that mold is in your property and starting to affect your health?

• Sensitivities
• Respiratory Issues
• Infection

Common Types of Mold

Mold is everywhere, in nature and in your home. It’s important to identify the mold in your home to understand what it is you are dealing with and how harmful it can be to those in contact with it. Let’s understand the most common types of molds that appear in homes and the places mold typically grows in your home:


The most common allergenic mold; many people experience symptoms such as coughing or wheezing with this mold. Additionally, this mold is dark-colored with hairs growing out of it, often found in bathtubs and underneath sinks.


This grows in thick patches in your home often near air conditioning and HVAC units. Exposure to this mold can commonly lead to lung infection and other respiratory issues. Avoid inhaling this mold or handling it without a professional with proper safety equipment.


Black in color and grows in wet conditions like kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas that are moist. It is typically a good indicator of water damage in a home and can be harmful if exposed to subspecies.


Sometimes referred to as “black mold,” this has a dark color and slimy texture that thrives in humid, damp conditions for long periods of time. This mold can have adverse effects on people in contact with it such as difficulty breathing, headaches, chest pain, and more.

Inspection & Testing

Eco-friendly mold inspection & testing procedures.

Mold Removal Process

Certified clean-up process to remove contaminated materials from your home.

Restoration Process

Quick restoration done right by our team of experts.

Mitigation & Restoration

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