Often hidden, it can spread unseen inside of wall cavities, in attics, basements, and crawlspaces if the conditions are right.
Mold growth can occur as a result of a flood, roof leak, condensation, sewage back-up, appliance failure, and other numerous water related events. It is potentially toxic and can spread throughout your home, creating poor or even hazardous indoor air quality.
No matter how the mold got its start, it is important that it be handled in an appropriate and professional manner, by a qualified mold remediation contractor. Our IICRC certified technicians have the training and specialized equipment to contain and remove the mold thoroughly and safely.
Whether you are a home owner, property manager, or real-estate agent, we are happy to discuss your mold situation and will come out to do a free visual inspection of your home or property to come up with the best remediation plan for your project.
They responded to our water leak within 45 minutes of calling them and had kitchen gutted within 2 hours. Dehumidifiers were placed in all areas affected...There are always issues with obtaining materials and coordination when you are building. Henry's did a good job of keeping us updated and responding to immediate concerns. Workman were reliable and showed pride in workmanship. We are pleased with the results.- William Marcucci