Mold growth is the result of water intrusion or a plumbing leak that has gone undetected. It’s extremely important not to disturb the mold which can possibly contaminate additional areas of your property. A containment must be set up with negative air pressure to ensure a safe mold remediation. This must be followed by Bio-Washing and clearance testing from an industrial hygienist.
Toxic mold can be dangerous to people and pets. Only the most-qualified companies can be trusted. Only trust your property with a company that has proper certifications, current licenses and extensive experience with mold remediation. D-Mac Restoration, Inc., has been in the forefront of Mold Remediation since 1995 and always follows the current IICRC S520 procedures and adheres to all EPA guidelines for each mold remediation projects. Call us today for a FREE Mold Remediation Estimate.
In many cases the actual mold damage is not covered by your insurance company but, the water damage portion is. Make D-Mac Restoration your first call if you find mold in your home or business. We have over 17 years of experience working with insurance companies and can help you navigate through the phone calls and paperwork your insurance company might require. In most cases we can get the majority of your mold remediation insurance claim covered. We work with all insurance companies and can usually bill your insurance company directly. In any case, always be sure that the selected contractor has your best interest in mind. This can be accomplished by you selecting the contractor rather than merely accepting one selected by the Insurance Company, whose loyalty may be vested with the Insurance Company rather than the homeowner.