Get an Excellent Understanding of the Mold Removal / Remediation & Claims Process
We don't do mold remediation, but when doing inspections, claims, and project management, we work first-hand and on-site with a lot of companies that do. As an advocate for homeowners and business owners, our experience allows us to provide honest, fair, and complete answers to quesitons about the mold remediation process in Florida.
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When other parts of the country, other than Florida, are ravaged by a hurricane we will often travel there to help out. We get to know local companies in the process, and can recommend who we think are the best in the area. For mold inspections in other states, the same company can do the inspection that performs the remediation. For mold inspections South Carolina, one company we highly recommend is Mold Busters.
At a high level, nearly all mold remediation includes physical removal of affected materials and disinfection of the affected areas. Below are the basic methods for disinfecting.
- Ultra-violet (UV) light
- Dry Fogging – An excellent mold removal company for this is www.floridapuremaintenance.com
These disinfection methods don’t include phyiscal removal, which is a byproduct of demolition. Demoltion may or may not be necessary. Our experience is that you minimize demolition the most when you use a dry fog protocol.
There are different pricing models, but a fairly accurate rule of them is… Mold Removal / Mold Remediation from a professional and licensed contractor can run roughly $100 per square foot of visible mold growth.
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