5-STAR RATED MOLD REMOVAL, MOLD REMEDIATION, AND MOLD CLEANUP COMPANY IN ACWORTH , GA
MoldStar Remediation has an emergency team to help you out when you are in need. Beyond our typical services, we handle many emergency water damage clean ups. Whether we are called by an insurance carrier or a new client, we’re here to help.
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Why Choose MoldStar Remediation For Your Project?
MoldStar Remediation offers mold remediation, mold cleanup, and mold removal services in residential and commercial environments. Our team of experts uses the latest cleaning and sanitation techniques to remove mold odors and infestations. Mold remediation can have serious health implications and should be trusted to professionals
Why MoldStar is One of Acworth's Most-Trusted Mold Removal Companies
- Communication – From the second you contact MoldStar, you’ve engaged the very best in the business. Our team will communicate with you throughout the entire process so that you know exactly what to expect.
- Industry Experts – Our team has serviced Acworth and all of Metro-Atlanta for more than ten years. Georgia does not require advanced training or certification to become a mold remediator; however, with certifications in Applied Microbial Remediation and as a Certified Microbial Consultant, Jeremy Shelton is one of the most qualified mold experts in the state.
- Technology – from infrared cameras to state-of-the-art air scrubbers and filters Mold Star uses the latest technology to assist in identifying and addressing the source of your mold problem.
- Clean-Up – We’re passionate about mold and indoor air quality. Our team will go above and beyond to ensure that we clean and scrub existing mold spores and identify and address the source of the infestation.
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Mold, if left untreated, poses a significant health risk to you and your family. If you think your home or office may be infested with mold or you’re experiencing chronic symptoms that are commonly associated with toxic mold exposure, contact us today to speak with Atlanta’s most trusted mold remediation team. Our team of experts will work with you to ensure that you have the knowledge necessary to return your life to normal.
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Mold Removal and Mold Clean-Up Services
MoldStar Remediation’s team of certified mold removal specialists are trained to handle remediation projects of all sizes.f Toxic mold thrives in humid and damp spaces with high temperatures and little to no ventilation. Toxic mold infestations and the associated health effects are often associated with water damage. Plumbing issues, roof leaks, leaking HVAC systems, water damage, or heavy flooding are some of the most common causes of mold.
Proper Mold Remediation Is Important
Mold is never to be treated lightly. The spores it emits circulate in the air reducing indoor air quality. When inhaled over a constant period of time, you are at risk for minor to serious complications ranging from nasal stuffiness to skin irritation to serious lung illnesses.
MoldStar offers extensive mold remediation services for residential and commercial buildings in Atlanta, Georgia. Our mold remediation services are backed by years of experience and a quality team of highly trained and qualified professionals.
Our process begins with a thorough inspection of the property and a health and safety assessment. Following this, we provide detailed technical reports. In carrying out the remediation procedure, we remove and store valuables then conduct a thorough cleaning exercise of the infected areas. Remediation also means addressing the source of the growth so we will identify and work to remove whatever is contributing to the problem.
We are a trusted name in Atlanta for Mold remediation and restoration services. Contact us today if your suspect that your property is mold infested and we will take care of it for you.
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Five Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring A Mold Remediation Company
If you need or are considering hiring a Mold Remediation Contractor, there are a few questions you should ask in addition to questions related to their insurance, background, reviews, etc. Below are five questions we recommend asking every contractor before agreeing to work with them.
Are your employees certified and trained?
This one seems like a “no-brainer,” but believe it or not, there are no official mold remediation or indoor air quality certification requirements in the state of Georgia. Unfortunately, this means that there are many companies underqualified to handle your mold problem as it relates to your health.
Our founder, Jeremy Shelton, holds a certification in Water Damage Restoration and a certification for Applied Microbial Remediation through the IICRC. In addition, he also has a certification as a Certified Microbial Consultant through ACAC.
Shelton began his career in indoor air quality after suffering from his own serious health-related issues attributed to toxic mold exposure. Mr. Shelton has serviced Atlanta for the last decade. He is recognized as one of the leading indoor air quality experts, working on projects for institutions like Georgia Southern University, whose dorms were infested with mold.
What chemicals do you use to kill mold?
The products used to clean and rid surfaces of mold should not be dangerous to your health. Instead, proper remediation aims to mitigate an already toxic environment and not expose you and your family to more toxic chemicals. If you have followed our blog or seen any of our YouTube videos, you have probably noticed that we are big fans of RMR-86 and Fiberlock products.
Do you test before and after performing mold remediation?
The answer should always be Yes. To properly diagnose and remedy a mold problem, the mold remediation contractor must know mold levels before and after remediation. In most instances, the person or company performing the mold test should not be the person or company responsible for conducting any mold testing. Successful remediation is determined by the outcome of the post-remediation clearance testing, and the contractor should not determine the success of the remediation.
Do you wear protective equipment and clothing?
Again, this one should be a “no-brainer.” Still, you would be surprised at the number of non-certified mold remediation and water mitigation companies we encounter who completely ignore “PPE.” This question alone should tell the customer that the contractor does not consider toxic mold to be a health risk and be reason enough not to hire them.
What are your containment practices?
A professional mold cleanup company should be able to walk potential customers through their containment practices. Processes such as; how they seal the infected area and quarantine the moldy area from the rest of the home, what types of negative air flow, fans, HEPA filtration and HEPA vacuums they use, and how they clean and clean sanitize their equipment from job to job to avoid contamination.
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About Acworth, GA
Acworth is a city in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The 2019 estimate for Acworth’s population is 22,818. As of the 2010 census, this city had a population of 20,425, up from 13,422 in 2000. Acworth is located in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains along the southeastern banks of Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona on the Etowah River. Unincorporated areas known as Acworth extend into Bartow, Cherokee and Paulding counties. Acworth’s is often referred to as “the Lake City” because of its proximity to Lake Allatoona and Lake Acworth. == History == Like the rest of Cobb County, the area now containing Acworth was carved out of the former Cherokee Nation in 1831 after the natives were expelled.The Western and Atlantic Railroad was completed through town in 1840. A watering station for the locomotives was established there.The town received its current name in 1843 from Western & Atlantic Railroad engineer Joseph L. Gregg, who named it for his hometown of Acworth, New Hampshire, which was named for the former Royal Navy Surveyor Sir Jacob Acworth.Telegraph lines reached the town in 1851. A private school was opened for white students in 1852.
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