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Professional Mold Remediation in Ashland, OR

If you find mold growing in your Ashland OR home or business property, it’s important that you take action quickly. Mold spores travel through the air, so when the environment is right for mold growth, the mold can spread throughout an entire building in a matter of days. This can result in costly damages, and an extensive removal and remediation process. Calling you local mold removal specialist, even if you simply suspect you may have mold growth, is the best way to prevent excessive damages, and protect your family, friends, employees, and clientele from the potential health risks related to mold exposure. 

Working with a locally trusted mold removal company is important. At ServiceMaster, all of our technicians are IICRC certified and will utilize the most recently accepted protocols to safely remove and dispose of the mold, ensuring your home or business is completely cleared of any mold.

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Mold Removal Ashland Remediation Process

ServiceMaster offers 24/7 response services, and when you call us, we will send out one of our mold damage specialists to immediately inspect your property for mold damage. This inspection is 100% free and will be paired with a custom mold removal and remediation plan as well as accurate timeline and cost estimates.

Because mold travels through the air, any attempt to remove the mold damage would risk spreading the mold throughout your building. To prevent this, our team of technicians will establish a containment barrier, using plastic sheeting and HEPA filtered air blowers to create a negative air pressure.

Based our findings in the initial inspection, and the insights we gained by testing the air to identify mold species, we can determine the best procedures to ensure our mold removal attempts are successful.

Following our removal and remediation plan, our certified technicians will begin removing the mold damaged materials according to the most recently accepted standards. Once the damaged materials have been removed and disposed of, our team will begin cleaning every surface within the containment zone, using an industrial grade antimicrobial solution to kill any remaining spores.

As a comprehensive restoration company, you can count on ServiceMaster to handle every step of the mold removal process. This includes initial inspection, air quality testing, mold removal, cleanup, mold damage repairs, and even working with your insurance. By documenting the whole process, and maintaining clear communication with your insurance provider, we will ensure you get the coverage you paid for.

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Mold Damage?

Unfortunately, when it comes to mold damage, your general homeowner’s insurance policy is unlikely to cover the damages. This is another reason why acting quickly, when you notice mold damage in your home, is so important. With that said, homeowner’s insurance policies do vary from state to state, and depends on your provider, and certain mold damage will in fact be covered. For example, should your home begin to have mold damage following a water related disaster that was covered by your insurance policy, the further damage would likely be attributed to the original water damage, and therefore be covered by your policy provider.

The most important thing is that you understand what YOU are covered for, and the only way to know for sure is to give your insurance provider a call and have them walk you through your policy.

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Mold Removal & Remediation In Ashland, Oregon

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Ashland is a beautiful location located in the southwest portion of Oregon. The area is filled with numerous activities and site seeing opportunities. You can go golfing, ice skating, visit the nature center, hike, mountain bike, camp out, and so much more. Ashland is a beautiful little city that anyone should visit if they find themselves in Oregon.