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FAQ

Mold Remediation


Is there mold in my home?


Mold spores are everywhere, indoors and outdoors. A person’s health can become compromised when mold levels indoors are greater than levels outdoors. If you think there is mold in your home, call MitiServe at 870-743-6607 today.


Do you offer mold assessments?


Although we do offer mold inspections, we focus on the actual remediation of the mold. Complex investigations will be referred to an Independent Environmental Professional.


How much does mold remediation cost?


Each project is different. Cost largely depends on the size of the area, material affected, and how long it will take to remove the contamination. Typical remediation jobs range anywhere from $1,000 to $9,000. However, these costs can soar depending on the complexity of the project.


Is the mold in my home making me sick?


Molds spores can cause serious health problems. Inhaling, ingesting or touching both non-viable and dormant molds can make a mold-sensitive person ill. However, MitiServe Restoration recommends you discuss the situation with a healthcare professional to determine if your situation is causing you symptoms.


Why is there mold in my attic or crawlspace?


The most common causes of mold in attics and crawlspaces are a lack of proper ventilation and the intrusion of moisture of some sort.


Does Bleach kill mold?


Bleach is only effective on hard, non-porous surfaces such as countertops. Mold remediation involves the need to sanitize wood and other porous building materials. On materials such as these, bleach will only visibly kill mold and will usually reappear in a matter of days. 


Can I remove mold myself?


Mold remediation is not a “do it yourself” task. It requires professional chemicals, equipment, processes, and training. Improper remediation can cause the spread of microbial contaminants to other parts of the structure creating a more complex and costly process down the road. MitiServe’s technicians are IICRC certified in Microbial Remediation and follow the IICRC S-520 (Standards and Reference Guide for Mold Remediation)