Mold Removal Professionals

Mold Damage

A large percentage of homeowners who discover mold growth for the first time in their home tend to put making a call to the professionals on the back burner. We strongly encourage you to go ahead and make the call to us even if you think it is not significant. It is always worth having one of our professionals come to survey the problem and advise you from there. According to the CDC, “Mold can cause many health effects. For some people, mold can cause a stuffy nose, a sore throat, coughing or wheezing, burning eyes, or skin rash. People with asthma or who are allergic to mold may have severe reactions. Immune-compromised people and people with chronic lung disease may get infections in their lungs from mold.” If you discover any type of mold growth in your home, no matter what type you might think it is, it’s always best to call the professionals at Virotect Restoration rather than try to resolve the issue yourself.

Why Fix the Damage?

Depending on the type and amount of mold discovered, sometimes minimal treatment is required. With some molds and in more severe cases, building materials such as sheetrock might have to be removed and replaced with new materials. The major mold issue is that when it is discovered on a wall, you don’t know what might be growing on the backside of that wall. Therefore, it is crucial to go ahead and make the call to Virotect Restoration. Mold growth that is left untreated can cause wood to rot and other damages to your home, but it can also affect the health of a loved one who might be allergic to or very sensitive to it.
Why should you fix mold damage?
Where is the mold damage?

Where Is the Damage?

The Virotect Restoration team of professionals will walk you through your home to identify all damage as well as discuss what needs to be done to repair the damage. Depending on the area and the potential extent of damage, our team will access your attic and crawlspace to ensure that no damage gets overlooked. The team of professionals at Virotect Restoration will use tools and equipment such as moisture meters, thermal imaging, and air quality test kits to identify damage that might not be visible to the naked eye.

Committed to excellence

Trained & Certified

Our company is proud to be IICRC certified, which means that we adhere to the highest standards of quality and professionalism in the restoration industry. The IICRC is a respected organization that sets the bar for technical proficiency and ethical practices in restoration services. By choosing an IICRC certified company like us, you can have confidence that our team has the necessary training and expertise to handle any emergency restoration situation with efficiency and care. We prioritize customer satisfaction and safety, and our IICRC certification is a testament to our commitment to providing the best possible service to our clients.

Alabama Home Builders License

License #: 28803

IICRC Certified