Mold Remediation Costs
Mold remediationccan often take a few visits to fully complete the entire job so ensuring that we get all the information at the beginning is key.
- The first thing we are going to ask you is in regards to the mold testing. Has it been completed? And has there been a protocol written? The protocol is important because it is a step by step instruction guide on how to remediate your particular situation and we can give an extremely accurate estimate with one.
- If it is only tested and there is no protocol written then we need to do an in-person estimate so that we can assess the extent of the damage done to the affected areas.
- The next thing we are going to need to know is what building materials are affected. If we have to remove entire sections of drywall or insulation then that will affect the cost.
- Our final question will be around the location in the structure that the mold is due to space constraints and structural damage concerns.
One final thing to note about mold remediation is that If it is a whole house problem then it is a very different ballgame entirely. A whole house mold remediation is a very intensive and lengthy process. We will need to set up several different appointments and return visits.
Another important thing to consider is the majority of our services will be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy. We are happy to work with both you and your insurance company to get any property back to normal.
Curious if your situation is covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy? You can call us at 866-998-0798 and we can walk through the cleanup process with you, so you know exactly what to ask your homeowner’s insurance provider.