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How to Choose a Mold Remediation Company

How to Choose a Mold Remediation Company

If your home or business has experienced water leaks or flooding, there might be mold growing within. Mold needs moisture and a food source to grow and spread—that’s all. Unfortunately, mold will eat just about anything, including wood, drywall, and carpet. Once there is a mold outbreak in your home, you must get rid of it fast. The inhabitants of any building with a mold outbreak will begin to see their health get worse. Hiring professionals to get rid of the mold is the only way to make sure it’s gone. Here are some tips on how to choose a mold remediation company.

Look for Experience

Don’t make your house or office a training ground. When getting rid of mold, it’s best to go with an experienced firm that knows what they are doing. Giving a new company an opportunity might make your heart feel nice, but it won’t get rid of the mold. Mold is dangerous and will have adverse effects on your health. The safest option is to hire experienced professionals that know where mold hides and how to get rid of it.

Honesty and Trust are a Must

Choosing a mold remediation company is no different than choosing any contractor. You want to choose an honest company with integrity. Doing business with someone who is shady and less than forthcoming is a headache, so don’t do it. Find a mold remediation company that is honest and upfront in their dealings. Don’t go with the slick salesman that glosses over the details and has the lowest price. You want to know that your contractor is telling the truth and that they will do the job the right way.

Do they Explain Everything?

Be ready to ask questions, lots of them. Does the contractor answer your questions completely and to your satisfaction? If they don’t, move on to the next one. A good mold removal company will explain their process in detail, including how they find the mold, how they get rid of it, what chemicals they use, and what they do with the contaminated materials. Don’t sign a contract with anyone that won’t explain what they are going to do and how they are going to do it. They may be hiding some bad business practices you don’t want to be part of.

Call Aloha Restoration when you need mold remediation or flood repair contractors. We will do an on-site assessment of your damaged property. Contact us today.