If there is visible mold, we can develop a mold remediation plan based on containment, equipment needed, and determining the dimensions of the building materials to be removed. Once we evaluate the extent of the remediation, we will present you with an estimate and price for the work. If you have insurance, we can offer direct billing to your insurance carrier provided the damage is the result of a covered loss. Sometimes, its necessary to have air quality test and protocol done to confirm the extent of the issue.
If mold is present but fully not visible, we would recommend a licensed mold assessor (who is not a remediator) perform air quality testing and write a protocol of the work to be done to eliminate the mold problem. If the air quality testing reveals a high mold spore count in the air you are breathing, then this tells us the air handler and ducts need to be cleaned as well, which is an additional expense to the mold removal.