Mold Remediation Services
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Mold can become a severe problem when left untreated, causing major health problems. If you experience water damage, mold can grow within 24 to 48 hours. It is important to treat it as soon as possible, to avoid further damage. Our technicians are licensed to perform mold remediation and removal in Manhattan and throughout New York, License #MR01129. We use advanced equipment to get to the root of the issue, identify the type of mold and remove it in a timely manner..
The Manhattan iFlooded Restoration team is available 24/7 to offer you a free estimate and begin the mold remediation process. We use professional tools to make sure that your family is safe from the dangers of mold.
Should the loss be covered by your insurance, we bill the insurance company directly. This way you do not have to pay anything out of your pocket and we can start the restoration process.
Mold Removal Process
2. Mold remediation
Begin remediation of mold according to the mold protocol.
3. Test the air quality
Once we remove the mold from your home we then test the air quality to ensure the spore count is safe and your home or business is mold free.
Signs of Mold in house
Mold often grows out of sight in wall cavities due to water-related issues such as pipe leaks or flooding. If ignored it can create a hazardous environment in your home, compromising the air quality.
Find out what are the signs of mold so you can take immediate action.
Cities we serve in Manhattan:
- Upper Manhattan
- Marble Hill
- Fort George
- Washington Heights
- Hudson Heights (Part of Washington Heights)
- West Harlem
- Hamilton Heights (West Harlem)
- Manhattanville (West Harlem)
- Morningside Heights, SoHa (or “South of Harlem”)
- Central Harlem
- Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Historical District
- Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal)
- East Harlem (Spanish Harlem)
- Upper East Side, Lenox Hill, Silk Stocking District
- Carnegie Hill
- Upper West Side
- Manhattan Valley, Bloomingdale District
- Lincoln Square (once San Juan Hill)
- Downtown Manhattan
- Little Germany (historic)
- Alphabet City, Loisaida
- East Village
- Greenwich Village, the Village
- West Village
- Lower East Side
- Nolita (NoLIta)
- Little Italy
- Financial District
- Five Points (historic)
- Cooperative Village
- Two Bridges
- Civic Center
- Radio Row (historic)
- South Street Seaport Historical District
- Battery Park City