24/7 Emergency Service-call (833) 800-0474 For A Free Quote

Mold Services

Home » Mold Services


Your Trusted Mold Company

Mold damage in your home or commercial property can not only endanger your treasured belongings, it can also present serious health risks to those exposed to it. Often thriving in dark, damp, secluded places, mold can sneak up on an unsuspecting property owner pretty quickly, and should be dealt with as quickly as it is discovered. Green Restoration are experts in the field of environmentally-friendly, innovative mold remediation, meaning we can get your space back to a healthy, safe state quickly.


Whatever mold problem you encounter, we are confident we can assess, remove, and remediate the issue so you can get back to doing what matters to you. Browse our full range of mold services to determine what is the best fit for you:

  • Mold Inspection. Need help assessing the presence of mold or the extent of damage in your home? Our professionals will provide you with an accurate picture of what you’re dealing with.
  • Mold Removal. Get mold out of your residential or commercial building, quickly and thoroughly.
  • Mold Remediation. We use sustainable and innovative technologies that are tough on mold but safe for kids, pets and the environment.
  • Air Quality Testing. The air we breathe has a significant impact on our health and well-being. Get your air quality tested and address any issues to protect the health of your family, friends, or employees.
  • Attic Mold. Attics present an attractive place for mold to grow- get rid of attic mold quickly and safely with our tools.
  • Basement Mold. Another ideal environment for mold to grow, basements should be regularly inspected for mold growth to protect your property from damage.
  • Mold in Toilet. You might think mold in your bathroom is normal, but it should not be ignored!
  • Pink Mold. did you know pink mold is not really mold at all, but usually some kind of bacteria or fungi? Don’t ignore these health hazards!
  • Black Mold. Commonly caused by water damage, black mold can be toxic and should not be merely cleaned, but completely remediated by professionals.
  • Dehumidification. Maintaining the proper level of humidity in your home is an important step in preventing mold growth.
  • Asbestos Removal. Asbestos was commonly used in buildings up until the early 1970s, and presents serious health hazards if not properly remediated from your property.
  • Commercial Mold Remediation. No matter what type of mold you find in your commercial building, we can help return you to a safe and productive work environment.


When it comes to mold, a simple spray bottle just won’t solve the problem. In order to protect your loved ones, you should have mold remediation experts mitigate the issue safely, quickly and effectively. Green Restoration is proud to employ experts in the industry and to use technologies that are tough on all kinds of mold, and safe for the ones you care about. If you want mold problems to be a thing of the past, contact us today and be on your way to a healthier, mold-free home or business.

Find a Location
For more information or to schedule service, call us at (833) 800-0474 or contact us online by clicking the button below.
Get A Free Quote

For more information or to schedule service, call us at (833) 800-0474 or contact us online by clicking the button below.

About Us
For more information or to schedule service,
call us at (833) 800-0474 or visit our contact page
For more information or to schedule service contact us


Mold in your home is dangerous and can cause considerable health problems. This is especially true for those who already suffer from an allergy, have a weakened immune system, or deal with respiratory problems. Common health problems caused or worsened by mold include:

  • breathing problems
  • allergies
  • aspergillosis
  • inflammation
  • infection
  • bronchitis
  • chronic rhinosinusitis
  • other health issues

Simply put, bleach can be used to remove some mold traces you find on nonporous surfaces. However, bleach will NOT clean mold. When you notice a mold infestation on a porous surface, the mold has already spread deep inside it. After the infestation happens, mold keeps spreading under the visible surface of porous materials. If you just clean the surface with bleach or a similar solution, mold will return in a short time.

Both mildew and mold are fungi we often find inside our homes. They spread easily, thrive when the environment is moist, and can live on different surfaces. It is difficult to remove them, and when you do not do it properly, these harmful microorganisms quickly affect a much larger part of your home. We can describe mildew as a type of mold and mold as a fungus that grows in green or black patches and features multiple identical nuclei. Those patches can easily penetrate affected materials.

Sometimes, mold remediation is covered by homeowner’s insurance. It can also be included in water damage repairs. However, not all policies cover mold removal related procedures. Get in touch with your provider to see if you are covered or not.

Usually, mold remediation does not force you to move out of the home. We enclose the work area with the use of plastic sheeting and completely isolate it. However, there are exceptions to this. For instance, when a critical room is affected, like the only bathroom or the kitchen, you might want to consider leaving home and arrange temporary quarters. A full mold remediation project can take 5 to 10 days and the area we work on is not accessible during the time.

Green Restoration offers full-service mold removal and remediation using innovative and eco-friendly solutions to keep you, your family, and the enviornment safe. Visit our Mold Restoration Services page to learn more about our offerings.

It is important to note that a property’s size will determine the extent of mold remediation services you may require. If there have been reports or evidence showing signs of an infestation, then one could consider calling an experienced mold remediation company who can assess and take necessary measures on-site immediately, as well as provide education about how best practices keep your home healthy so this doesn’t happen again.

Additionally, if someone is displaying sudden onset respiratory problems that seem out of the blue, its possible they may have been infected by mycotoxins produced through their exposure to molds.

Mold remediation is critical in preventing more issues from occurring. Opting to not seek professional help can be detrimental to you and your family’s health, as well as a risk of re-infestation.

Some of the most effective and common mold remediation techniques include isolation, vacuuming, deep cleaning, moisture assessment, and re-assessments.

The length of time it takes to complete the entire mold remediation process varies depending on a few factors. These include how much mold is present and where in your home’s structure you’re dealing with, as well the type of material that has been contaminated by fungal growths (e..g., wood). Generally; the Mold Remediation process could range anywhere from one to five days.

Generally, home insurance covers mold damage if it was caused by what insurance companies call “covered peril”. Check and see if your home insurance provider covers this, otherwise, they will likely not cover mold damage.

There are a number of health risks associated with mold exposure, including respiratory problems, allergies, and asthma. Mold can also cause serious health problems for people with compromised immune systems. It is important to avoid exposure to mold if possible, and to seek medical attention if you think you have been exposed.

If you see any of the following signs, you should call a professional:

  • Strong, musty odor
  • Allergic reactions such as sneezing, coughing, and itchy eyes
  • Water damage or excessive moisture in your home
  • Aging infrastructure (e.g. cracked tiles, peeling paint, etc.)
  • The presence of mold

It is generally not recommended to clean up mold yourself, as it can be dangerous if you do not have the proper training and equipment. It is best to call a professional if you believe you have a mold problem. Though you might find a lot of DIY tips online, and some can be helpful, we do not recommend them due to the health risks.

The best way to see if mold cleanup was successful is to monitor the area for any further growth. If new mold appears after a few weeks, it may mean that the cleanup was not successful and you will need to take additional steps. It is also important to keep in mind that some molds are not visible and may only be detectable through testing.

Another way to ensure that the mold cleanup was successful is by opting for air quality testing by a 3rd party industrial hygienist. For example, in New York state if you have mold damage larger than 30 or 60 ft, you are require to hire an industrial hygienist. If the mold damage is significantly large, an industrial hygeniest should be included on the project to do mold testing and clearance testing after the remediation company has finished the work.

If you find mold in your home or business, it is important to take action right away. You can clean up the mold yourself, or call a professional to help. It is also important to investigate the source of the water that caused the mold and take steps to fix it. It could be different sources causing mold to grow. For example, relative humidity level not maintained properly, flood damage, condensation from AC, burst pipes, appliances leaking, plumbing leaks, roof leaks, etc.

At Green Restoration, we utilize environmentally friendly and safe products as well as equipment such as dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, dry ice blasting, and thermo heat.

The professionals at Green Restoration will likely do an inspection of your home to look for any water damage, moisture issues, or signs of mold. They may also test the air quality in your home to see if it’s safe to breathe.

The process of mold remediation will vary depending on the severity of the mold issue, but it typically involves identifying and removing the source of moisture, cleaning up any visible mold, and treating any affected areas.

A flooded basement can cause mold if the area is not dried out quickly. Mold requires four things to grow: moisture, warmth, darkness, and food. So, if you have a wet basement that is warm and dark, it’s a perfect environment for mold to grow. To prevent mold growth, you’ll need to dry out the area as quickly as possible. This can be done by opening windows and doors, running fans, and using a dehumidifier.

It’s usually best to clean mold in the attic during the spring or fall, when temperatures are moderate and there’s less chance of rain or snow getting into the attic and causing more mold growth.

The best time to clean mold in the basement is during the summer, when temperatures are warm and dry. This will help prevent mold from growing back after you’ve cleaned it.

If you’re cleaning mold in the bathroom on your own, you’ll need to be sure to ventilate the space well and wear protective gear, such as a respirator and gloves. You can clean mold with a variety of household cleaners, such as vinegar, baking soda, or bleach. Just be sure to follow the directions on the cleaner’s label.

Cleaning mold in the shower is similar to general bathroom mold instructions. Be sure to ventilate the space well, wear a respirator and gloves, and use a household cleaner that is effective against mold. You may need to use a brush to scrub tough areas of mold.

Why Choose Green Restoration?

There are many companies you can call for your restoration needs, but only Green Restoration can offer:
24/7 Emergency Services
Independently Owned & Operated
Direct Billing Insurance Available
Sustainable & Innovative Solutions

See What Our Satisfied Customers Have To Say

“We had water damage due to a toilet overflow which flooded our basement. Workers were very professional and clean. We are very pleased with their work."
Karlis Ulmanis
These guys were great. The first time they came they cleaned up our toilet overflow, this time it was just storm water in our basement. They were responsive and thorough as always.”
Laura Branford
“Great Company. Knowledgeable and professional guys. They had answers to all my questions and most important completed the project quickly and clean.”
Vira M.
Green Restoration was fantastic and totally resolved some of the challenges I had in my basement and crawlspaces. They did a professional job and delivered on everything. The X factor was Gene who was truly fantastic. He is professional, knowledgeable and extremely ethical and someone I would recommend.
Jessica Phillips
I shared my feedback earlier but we had to use them again. Our basement got flooded after the heavy rain we had over the weekend. The crew arrived within an hour and did all the clean up. Customer service was great as usual. Highly recommended! Thank you!
Hunter Kleber
Green Restoration exceeded our expectations. The team took care of us and our remediation problem quickly and efficiently. The team members were beyond helpful and amazing at their job. We are so grateful to have found this company.
Leah Pariso

News & Updates

Contact Us Today

For more information or to schedule service, call us at (833) 800-0474 or contact us online by clicking the button below.

Insurance Partners