What Do I Do When
I Find Mold?
Mold grows in moist environments. Water can seep into building material and can gather in locations that are not visible to the human eye. Often, growing in building materials such as plywood, drywall, furring strips, under ceiling tiles, behind wallpaper or paneling, carpets, and carpet padding.
Mold can seriously affect your health and may cause allergic reactions in sensitive people. It can spread behind your walls and weaken the structure of your home.
The first step to assess mold damage is to inspect and document visible signs, collect moisture readings from air indoors, and collect samples from building materials. We can help.
What Causes of Mold
Are Covered by My Insurance?
Have you suffered from one of the following accidents? You could have mold.