If you are reading this chances are you either think you have mold or have had it diagnosed and are looking for a reliable and professional company to remove it.
Hello, my name is Chris and I am the owner of Mold Removal and More. My knowledge base and experience can help you be the difference of getting your mold up and out forever or a continual mold problem that you will be consistently bothered by.
Living in Florida with our humidity and wet weather will bring in mold spores that can germinate into moisture then into mold in 24 to 48 hours……not long! There are approximately 16 different kinds of mold that release mycotoxins which are toxic to animals and humans.
We get a high volume of calls about toxic, black mold which can cause sick building syndrome. This type of mold can spread very quickly through an air conditioning system. Toxic black mold causes serious symptoms and health problems such as mental impairment, breathing problems, damage to internal organs and sometimes even death. Every day you spend in an environment with toxic black mold could be potentially causing you long term chronic health problems and permanent damage. Our company has seen the effects of this terrible type of mold growth and that is why we are committed to helping all of our clients be aware of the potential hazards of not only a mild mold growth but the potential to have it grow into a more lethal version.
In addition to its infamous reputation as a public health and environmental threat, mold growth has been the catalyst of much controversy and litigation between the building industries and their customers. You have all heard about mold lawsuits in the news. It has struck fear into the hearts of homeowners and insurance companies alike.
Don’t wait to call us….mold can spread quickly, especially in our warm and humid climate. If unaddressed, mold growth can quickly veer out of control and can affect the structural integrity and aesthetics of your home or building as well as the health and comfort of the occupants.
Did you know?? That black mold has become more of a problem since the 70’s where codes required a higher conservation of energy having buildings be more airtight. As a result, buildings are less ventilated, not being able to "breathe" as freely and pockets of moist air can be trapped for long periods of time, potentially leading to mold growth.
Did you know?? According to the Journal Of Property Management, a single square inch of drywall can contain between one and 10 million mold spores. It only takes three to five of those spores to cause a reaction in a sensitive individual.