Mold Removal & Remediation Services in Jacksonville 

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The health risks associated with a mold infestation increase over time, particularly if the mold issue has spread to multiple rooms. While black mold is a toxic variety that can lead to respiratory distress and other health problems, any type of mold can lower your home’s indoor air quality and cause significant problems. We provide comprehensive mold testing and mold cleanup for homeowners in and around Jacksonville, including home inspections and mold remediation services.

Mold Remediation and Removal

Our mold damage restoration specialists in Jacksonville have the training and experience to stop mold growth, remove mold damage, and restore your property. We’re proud to be backed by BELFOR, the global leader in property restoration. This relationship allows us to provide the personal care you expect from a Jacksonville business with the resources of a nationally-recognized company.

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The Importance of Managing Mold

Mold can cause much more than property damage. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mold that’s left untreated can negatively impact a person’s health. Our Jacksonville mold specialists work quickly and efficiently to minimize mold exposure in your home and business, keeping you, your family, and your customers healthy and safe.

 Signs You May Have Mold on Your Property:

  • Appearance of dark-colored spots on walls and floors
  • Strong, musty odors
  • Moisture issues, such as leaks and humidity
  • Aggravated allergy symptoms
  • Increased condensation around your home or business
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What to Expect During Mold Removal and Remediation 

Once we have established where mold is in your home, our team of mold eradication specialists will plan a mold removal process that usually includes the following steps:

  1. Isolation of affected areas to avoid cross-contamination
  2. Removal of exposed items that cannot be cleaned and dried thoroughly
  3. Treatment of infested areas with biocide to kill/sterilize mold spores
  4. Micro-cleaning of home contents to remove settled spores
  5. Final cleaning with HEPA vacuum and damp wipes to remove spores from surfaces

Some mold removal and remediation jobs require the removal of drywall and flooring to mitigate the problem, while others are less work-intensive. 

Can You Remove Mold Yourself?

Even if you feel that you can remove mold yourself, it’s wise to call a mold remediation company, such as 1-800 Water Damage, to inspect your home for underlying issues causing the mold infestation. Mold spores are microscopic, allowing them to colonize your home and spread before showing visible mold growth, so complete eradication is key.

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Can a House With Mold Be Salvaged?

Once established in your home, mold spreads quickly and without discrimination. If you have experienced a flooding event in your home due to recent storms, water overflow or a plumbing issue, quick action is vital to prevent mold from colonizing and spreading. Mold that has established itself in your home becomes more difficult to eradicate as airborne mold spores can easily travel through ventilation systems.

The presence of mold in your home can be a minor inconvenience or a severe problem depending on how much of your house has been infested. The size of a mold colony is determined by time and indoor air conditions. Most homes can be salvaged, even if mold is present in multiple areas, although you may have to discard porous furniture and clothing that cannot be thoroughly cleaned and dried.

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