We provide the highest quality mold remediation services in Atlanta and the surrounding areas. If you have allergies, symptoms of mold exposure, or believe you have a mold problem in your home or business, contact us today.

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"I'd highly recommend MoldStar and would definitely use them again in the future."

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Our team uses state-of-the-art equipment and stays up to date with the latest methodologies and industry standards.

Our founder, Jeremy Shelton, holds a certification in Water Damage Restoration as well as a certification for Applied Microbial Remediation through the IICRC.

We have completed a variety of mold remediation jobs, all fully backed by our guarantee. Your safety and satisfaction is always our goal.

We offer FREE Estimates and a 5-year warranty.
*limited Warranty, relative humidity and leaks must be addressed*

Mold Remediation In Atlanta GA

MoldStar Remediation offers mold removal and mold remediation services in the greater Metro Atlanta area. We are mold remediation experts. We will provide an estimate for mold remediation after a mold assessment has been made. A cleaning plan called a protocol is simply an outline of how the remediation needs to be performed. If you need assistance in obtaining a protocol, please reach out and we’d be happy to assist.

The Basement Mold Remediation Process


After an inspector has identified that there is in fact mold contamination. The first step is mold containment. Using various containment procedures and equipment such as negative air chambers, we will isolate the contaminated area. 


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We specialize in mold remediation services for crawlspaces and basements.

Crawlspaces and basements are remediated for mold contaminants using IICRC S520 Standards, which is the best standard for mold remediation in the mold remediation industry. Mold contaminants need to be physically removed. The mold contaminants are physically removed from surfaces by using a variety of cleaning methods that include HEPA vacuuming surfaces, as well as wiping and scrubbing surfaces. We use the best quality chemicals that help in the process of physically removing the mold contaminants from surfaces during the mold remediation process.

After the mold contaminants have been physically removed, we apply an antimicrobial encapsulate on lumber to discourage mold from returning on the lumber in the future. We use Fiberlock as the antimicrobial encapsulate to apply to lumber. We believe Fiberlock is the best encapsulate to discourage mold from returning to lumber. It has a similar texture of a paint when it dries and discourages mold from returning to surfaces it is applied to. You can choose a clear Fiberlock encapsulate that is transparent or a white. We prefer the white encapsulate to cover any mold stains that may be present on lumber after the mold contaminants have been successfully remediated. It also gives the lumber a clean look and any mold that may possibly return in the future is easier to identify through a visual inspection.

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Mold most often has a musty odor, much like the smell in a damp basement or that musty smell that is produced when you leave clothes in the washing machine for a couple of days.

On average, professional mold remediation costs $500 to $6,000 — but the price can soar into the tens of thousands if the problem is severe.

However, the question bears: Can the mold come back? … After receiving professional mold remediation services from a credited remediation contractor, as well as receiving any necessary repairs to further prevent risks of returning mold, it is still possible for mold to find its way back into your home.

Some restoration businesses advertise “mold removal” and even guarantee to remove all mold. … Mold remediation focuses on getting mold levels back to normal, natural levels. Every mold damage scenario is different and requires a unique solution, but the general mold remediation process stays the same.
“Every house, every environment has mold spores.” It becomes an issue when the concentration of mold spores in a home is greater than what is found outside. Mold needs three conditions to thrive: an ideal temperature, a source of food and moisture. … The temperature in most houses is almost always ideal for mold growth.
Use undiluted white vinegar on hard surfaces in kitchens and baths. A bleach solution also works to kill mold. Mix one cup of bleach in a gallon of water, apply to the surface and don’t rinse. You can also add a little dish soap to the bleach mixture to help the bleach penetrate porous surfaces, such as grout.
Mold professionals seal off the work area, often using plastic sheeting, so that mold spores do not become dispersed throughout the home. Mold professionals use expensive, professional equipment such as HEPA air scrubbers, HEPA vacuums, commercial-strength dehumidifiers, etc. Regular handymen won’t have that stuff. Check our video post here

Mold remediation usually includes disposal of moldy porous building materials (drywall, insulation, etc.) and cleaning and disinfecting carpet and personal items if they can be saved. Have a post-remediation inspection done to ensure that the remediation was performed properly. See our Video Here

However, the reality of mold is this: even though some can be removed from the home by cleaning thoroughly and taking out rotten materials, it can never be removed completely, which is why getting rid of it is often referred to as “mold remediation.” The important thing is to handle an issue promptly to help mitigate
Depending on the severity of the problem and your comfort level with the mold issue, you can ask the seller to remedy the situation themselves (using the service provider of your choice, not theirs!), or you can simply negotiate the sale price of the home back down to offset the cost of the repairs you’ll have to.

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What Does Mold Smell Like?

Hi, I’m Jeremy with MoldStar Remediation, and I am a Certified Microbial Consultant. You can find me on the web at In addition, you can call me at 404-989-9981. Many people ask me; What does mold smell like? Mold most often has a musty odor, much like the smell in

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Moisture and Mold Growth

The two most common types of mold are Aspergillus and Penicillium. Aspergillus spores can grow almost anywhere, including on spacecraft and inside homes across the USA. It can infect surfaces like wood, paper, drywall, and painted masonry. In addition to wooden surfaces, Aspergillus can also grow on various materials like

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Types of Mold in Homes

There are several types of mold in homes. The two most common types are blue-green mold and black-green mold. The former is easier to identify because of its velvety texture, while the latter is characterized by its slimy, black texture. In addition to their aesthetic appearance, both varieties are allergenic,

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