Fully-Vetted and Highly-Trained Technicians
Mold spores can settle into your carpets, walls, tiles, and virtually everywhere on your property. It thrives in moist, dark, and warm areas and can begin growing within 24-48 hours. If left untreated, mold can cause extensive damage to your property and health alike. If you find or suspect mold on your property, contact Sterling Heights’s local experts at 1-800 WATER DAMAGE right away. We’ll stop the problem in its tracks.
Mold Removal & Remediation
Our mold damage restoration specialists in Sterling Heights 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 Sterling Heights business with the resources of a nationally-recognized company.
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 Sterling Heights 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
Get Mold Removed Right Away
As soon as you notice signs of mold, call 1-800-WATER DAMAGE of Royal Oak / Sterling Heights. After a comprehensive consultation, our team will develop the perfect mold remediation plan for your property. All of our customized mold removal solutions follow the S520 guidelines for safe and effective removal. Our expert crew has the knowledge and tools to get the job done right.
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