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Following industry standards, Precision Environmental professionals assess each environmental situation before creating a plan to remediate and rebuild any property type. In addition, our environmental remediation experts come equipped with all the best industry technology to diagnose your situation correctly.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), you typically have between 24-48 hours after a flood or water exposure before mold or mildew begins to form. The quicker you act, the less money you'll spend when it comes to water damage at your property, business, or home.
Mold can be destructive to your property and your health. If mold is not visible and apparent, a musty smell or the peeling, bubbling, or discoloration of drywall and wallpaper can serve as warning signs. It is crucial to call a professional company like Precision Environmental to handle mold-related issues. Our team is certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and is trained to use the latest techniques to eliminate harmful microbiological contamination properly.
How Much Does Mold Remediation Cost?
As much as we’d love to give you an answer right here, the reality is it depends a lot on the damage and response time. We need to have our IICRC trained professionals to inspect the damage to quote the mold removal and remediation costs accurately. The cost is made up of many factors, and depending on your insurance policy, it is likely some or all of the cost will be covered.
Factors that impact mold removal cost include:
- Size of the area impacted
- Labor required to get the property to its normal condition
- The difficulty of extracting water damage
- Material costs
- Work to repair the source of moisture
How Can Mold Destroy Your Property?
Unfortunately, the impact of mold in your home can be quite nasty, ranging from minor inconveniences to major health problems.
Here are some of the effects we see arise:
- Structural Damage
- Cosmetic Damage
- Health Problems
- Appliance Damage
- Destroyed Personal Items
What’s Causing Your Mold Growth?
Many different factors could be leading to mold growth at your property.
These are the most common causes we run into:
- Leaks from Appliances
- Toilet and Sink Overflows
- Wet Basements
- HVAC Issues
- Leaking Foundations
- Leaky Water Pipes and Fixtures
- Plumbing Issues
- Leaking Roofs
- Poor Ventilation
- Drainage Issues
- Flood Damage
Learn More: Understanding The Mold Remediation (Removal) Process, and how Precision Environmental can help you!