If the answer is "yes" to any of the following questions, it is possible that there could be hidden mold in your home or building.

  • Is there a musty smell in the building?
  • Are there visible signs of water damage anywhere?
  • Has the building ever suffered a leaking basement?
  • Has the building ever suffered a roof leak?
  • Has the building ever suffered a plumbing leak?
  • Has the building ever suffered a sink or sewer overflow?
  • Has the building ever suffered other water problems?

Mold in your home, school, or workplace is a serious concern for your health, since up to 40 percent of American schools and 25 percent of homes have mold infestations. Mycotoxins, or the toxins some molds produce, can cross into your brain from your nose and eyes. Some of the more neurotoxic molds can cause central nervous system effects, such as cognitive and behavioral changes, ataxia, and convulsions. Two of the better-known toxic molds include Stachybotrys chartarum ("black mold"), which can cause everything from headaches to cancer, and Aspergillus, which can cause severe lung infections, or progress to whole-body infections. Mold is particularly dangerous for infants and children. There is evidence that some cases of SIDS may be related to toxic mold exposure.

How Mold Grows

Please watch the following video to truly understand how mold grows.

Our Philosphy

We provide professional, high-quality service with a personal touch. We value the input of our customers, and we always invite them to participate in their inspection and ask questions about the process. Our company goal is to give each client our full attention and solve their mold issues as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Mold on basement wall
Mold on wall
Mold on ceiling beam
Mold sample 1
Example of wall remediation
Example of wall being replaced