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Our professionally trained specialists will get to the source of your mold problem and restore your home to it’s previous condition. MRC Restoration has over 35 years of experience with mold inspection and remediation. There’s no job too big or home too damaged for our team to tackle. If you’ve got a mold problem, let us help you assess the type and extent of mold damage with a mold inspection today.
Dealing with mold is unsettling and can be quite stressful. We’ve been through it and will help you understand what you’re up against and the best treatment plan for your specific need. We’re with you every step of the way. We’ll help you with the insurance process and keep you informed throughout the inspection and restoration process.
Mold inspections cost between $300 and $400 on average for small to medium-sized houses (under 4,000 square feet). Costs increase from $700 to $900 for houses larger than 4,000 square feet. You should keep in mind that these costs are only for inspections and do not necessarily include lab testing.
Mold testing should be completed by a licensed assessor or industrial hygienist. Several factors can come into play when it comes to mold testing. This experience is critical for a proper and thorough mold inspection.
The mold test kits available on the market can detect the presence of mold and identify its type, but they cannot help determine its cause or how to deal with it.
You aren’t guaranteed mold coverage under your homeowner’s policy. Mold damage must typically be related to a covered peril to be covered. In the case of flooding, mold damage would need to be covered by a separate flood insurance policy.
Mold is a notorious hider. How can you locate this unwanted house guest before it’s too late? Follow your nose.
The first line of defense against mold is your sense of smell. Mold is often smelled before it is seen. There’s a good chance you have mold if you smell a musty smell in your home. If you suspect mold is present in your home, crawl on your hands and knees and smell the electrical outlets. While this might sound silly, it isn’t. Outlets provide better access to areas behind walls, and smelling them can help pinpoint the mold problem. Smelling mold can help identify the problem.
It’s time to consult a professional if you’re still unsure. A professional can test the air for mold spores and identify what type of mold is present.
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