Mold Inspection Services of ServiceMaster by Wright
Serving residential and commercial customers throughout Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Bradenton, Sarasota, Fort Myers, Naples, Englewood, Longboat Key, Marco Island, Venice, and Siesta Key
We Inspect Mold, To Restore Your Peace Of Mind
Identifying mold and indoor air quality problems in residential and commercial properties can be a challenging task, even for the professionals. In some cases, identifying the cause of the mold or indoor air quality problems are simple, such as when the contamination is caused by an obvious service leak or damage to the property. In most cases, no obvious signs are there. Occupants start to complain from a slow and gradual increase in adverse health symptoms without noticing anything going wrong with their property.
Your home or building is a big investment, and it is necessary to protect it from possible damages caused by external factors, such as mold. Mold damage is a serious business and is potentially costly when ignored. Mold can affect almost any area of your home or building and can spread if not dealt with immediately. Mold can weaken the physical structure of your home, and also can harm your health. Mold growth can be caused by:
A single occurrence of water damage in a home or building can promote mold growth. Mold comes with moisture and manifests itself through dark spots on your ceiling, floors, or walls. When you notice these signs, immediate action is required to prevent further spreading and affect the other parts of your home or building.
It is advisable to carry out mold inspection when you suspect you might have a mold problem in your property. It is strongly recommended to professionally inspect your property when you experience health difficulties. If your house is already suffering from obvious mold contamination such as parts of the wall are covered in mold, the mold inspection will identify and confirm the true extent of the problem and provide recommendation how to rectify it.
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The most obvious advantage of hiring professionals is their experience in finding and identifying mold problems and recommending appropriate solutions. Mold inspectors usually have experience in evaluating indoor air quality problems. Some of the inspectors will have building or construction background, and during the inspection, finding and recommending will be naturally focused towards building or construction site of the problem. The other will have more experience in resolving air quality problems and health-related issues. In selecting your consultant, you need to consider what exactly you want to get out of the inspection.
At ServiceMaster by Wright, restoring your property from the effects of mold is our specialty. We work with nationally recognized testing facilities and can provide mold inspection at a reasonable cost. Mold is not always visible, so we make sure to perform a meticulous mold inspection process to ensure complete mold elimination. All internal areas and surfaces, especially those that are damp, like your bathrooms or kitchens, will be checked for possible mold and mildew growth; dark and closed locations will also be inspected. Our skilled professionals are well-experienced in handling mold damage; with over 40 years of experience, we can safely say that your satisfaction can be guaranteed.
Don’t let mold damage your property! ServiceMaster by Wright services Bonita Springs, Bradenton, Cape Coral, Englewood, Fort Myers, Longboat Key, Naples, Marco Island, Sarasota, Siesta Key, and Venice, Florida. We are Southwest Florida’s trusted emergency damage restoration company since 1978. We uphold excellence and quality workmanship and will respond to your needs 24/7. Contact us at 866-676-7761.
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