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Indiana Mold Remediation

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We Provide a Wide Array of Services to Address Your Mold Issues

At Indiana Mold Remediation, we specialize exclusively in confronting and resolving your mold challenges. Unlike other companies that might spread their expertise too thin over areas like fire, water, or pesticide treatments, we focus solely on mold. This singular focus has allowed us to hone our skills and methodologies to become the premier mold remediation experts in Indiana. With over 20 years of dedicated service, and over 75 years of combined experience on staff, our reputation as Indiana’s leading authority on mold removal is well-earned.

Whether you’re just beginning to notice signs of mold or you’re in the midst of dealing with its impact, our team is equipped to provide the support and expertise you need. From initial consultations to answer your pressing questions to conducting thorough inspections and precise mold sampling, we’re here every step of the way.

When you’re ready to take action, we’re here to tackle the problem head-on. Our services encompass the full spectrum of mold remediation, including expert cleanup, effective treatment, and comprehensive encapsulation techniques. We understand that each situation is unique, and we’re prepared to devise and implement a tailored solution that addresses your specific needs.

We invite you to explore our diverse range of services, which include mold testing, mold inspections, comprehensive mold remediation, and specialized cleaning for challenging spaces like attics and crawl spaces. Our goal is to restore the safety and comfort of your environment, allowing you to breathe easily and live healthily once again.

Mold Inspection Services

A professional mold inspection is often the first step to take when you suspect mold in your home or business.

Mold Testing Services

Air sampling, surface sampling, or more complex testing like ERMI are sometimes desired or necessary.

Mold Remediation

Whether you have mold in your basement, kitchen, bathroom, or under your windows; we're here to help.

Attic Mold Services

Mold in an attic can often go unnoticed until it is time to sell. We have treatment solutions to put your mind at ease and get the deal done.

Crawl Space Mold

Mold in your crawl space can be pulled into your home as air moves up and out through the attic. We know how to keep your crawl space clean and healthy.

Crawl Space Encapsulation

Encapsulation, wrapping the crawl space in a thick poly barrier, is often the best way to keep out water and mold.
Based on 52 reviews
LaMar Croom
LaMar Croom
April 23, 2024
Polite, professional, and informative are the words I’d use to describe the representative that inspected my home. Thank you
Adrienne Riddle
Adrienne Riddle
March 5, 2024
Aaron is incredibly knowledgeable!
Charlotte Edmonston
Charlotte Edmonston
February 16, 2024
Do you have any pictures to show of completed work
M Maurer
M Maurer
February 7, 2024
Extremely thorough. Brian explained everything very well and definitely had the customer's best interest in mind.
Kristin Matherly
Kristin Matherly
January 20, 2024
Very helpful in the consultation about what we needed to do. Quick to schedule service and excellent communication with scheduling, arrival and job completion.
Ian L
Ian L
January 13, 2024
If you need someone that knows what they are doing and talking about at expert level this is who you want. I went through 2 other companies and wish I had called them first.
Chris Barber
Chris Barber
December 31, 2023
Great service and very friendly guys. Kept me informed throughout the job!
Diana Grogg
Diana Grogg
November 7, 2023
I spoke with Brian and he was very knowledgeable so that I knew what my necessary steps were. I appreciated his honesty.
Jan Lunn
Jan Lunn
October 3, 2023
Very pleased. The gentlemen were very efficient and thoughtful.
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Addressing Your Home’s Mold Challenges

Your Trusted Partner: Indiana Mold Remediation

A Clear and Effective Approach


Identify your specific needs

We assess the extent and location of the mold, address your specific concerns, and identify the source of moisture causing the mold. This process may include visual mold inspections and mold testing to ensure a comprehensive understanding of your situation.

Create a personalized plan

Based on our findings, we will offer our expert recommendations and collaborate with you to develop a personalized plan that is tailored to your unique circumstances.

Restore your environment

Utilizing state-of-the-art technology and time-tested techniques, we aim to completely resolve your mold issue and take measures to prevent its recurrence. We maintain open communication with you throughout the entire process, ensuring your complete satisfaction with the outcome.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about mold. Please contact us for more information or if you have additional questions.

What is Mold?

Molds are in every environment throughout the world, including here in Indiana. Like mushrooms and wood rot, mold is part of the Fungi Kingdom. They provide a valuable service, breaking down dead plant materials and taking part in the circle of life.

Molds reproduce through the release of spores into their environments. The spores form at the top of the mold structure and are often what gives mold its unique color. Air, water, or insects can cause the mold spores to disperse into the air. If conditions are right, these spores can amplify into large colonies. While the spores tend to not be visible with the naked eye, these colonies become visible as they mature.

Surface mold generally poses no risk to the structural integrity of materials on its own. The presence of mold can indicate moisture, which promotes other organisms that do affect these items.

More research is needed to get a clear picture of the health problems associated with mold exposure. it is still prudent to avoid exposure to mold within indoor environments.

There are generally four different areas of discussion when it comes to the potential health effects of mold; spore, mold toxins or mycotoxins, microbial volatile organic compounds (MVOCs), and glucans or fungal cell wall fragments.

What Causes Mold?

Mold is literally everywhere. Mold spores are found in every environment on earth, both inside and outside. All of the components are already present within your home to grow except moisture. Elevated humidity, water damage, or condensation are the primary ways that moisture becomes sufficiently present on surfaces for mold to grow.

Is Mold Making Me Sick?

Health effects that can be reasonably associated with mold and damp environments include the following,

  • Increased asthma development and exacerbation
  • Difficulty and/or labored breathing (dyspnea)
  • Wheezing
  • Coughing
  • Respiratory infections
  • Bronchitis
  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Eczema
  • And upper respiratory tract symptoms.

Those who have known allergies are generally more susceptible to mold and its byproducts, but nonallergic individuals may also be affected. Those with compromised immune systems are at the highest risk for health problems associated with mold. Generally speaking, most people have a high tolerance for exposure to mold and most symptoms subside once the sources are removed.

The effects of toxins or other byproducts of mold growth are not well understood in the medical community. Ongoing investigation and research is being conducted. There is toxicological evidence obtained in vivo (from people or animals) and in vitro (in test tubes) that show the occurrence of diverse inflammatory and toxic responses after exposure to microorganisms (including mold) isolated from damp buildings. This includes mold spores, metabolites and components. While the effects of these components at real world levels is still under investigation, there are those within the medical community that believe even low dose exposure may pose potential problems for people who are genetically susceptible.

I Have Mold in My House. Do I Need to Move Out?

It is rare that someone would need to move out of their home because of mold, but there are times when relocation might be a good idea.

Choosing whether to move out of your home for any reason can be challenging. Financial and emotional stresses and a perceived health risk can add fear and confusion to that decision. Immediate evacuation from the home may be warranted if you suffer from a severe health issue, a compromised immune system, or a doctor has made the suggestion.

If you do not suffer from an extreme health condition, moldy areas in a home can usually be isolated from the rest of the house as an alternative to moving out. Visible mold should be removed, when found, and the home can usually be restored without significant risk to occupants.

How do I Know If I Have a Mold Problem?

More often than not, if you have a mold problem you will be able to see it or smell it.

Sometimes, though, areas of mold growth may be hiding. You or your doctor may suspect mold in your home even though you haven’t seen it. Mold is always present, but because it is so small, it can go unnoticed until it grows into a problem. This is especially true in hidden areas like a crawl space or attic.

Mold requires moisture to survive, so it is often found in areas with water damage or high humidity. Areas with a previous water issue can still have mold growth. Knowing the history of the home can help to determine if there is a possible problem that you can’t see. You may need A thorough mold investigation, possibly with testing, if you think you may have mold in your home but can’t find it.

There is a Smell in My House. Is it Mold?

According to the EPA, “You may suspect hidden mold if a building smells moldy, but you cannot see the source…”

As molds grow they produce compounds released into the air known as microbial volatile organic compounds (mVOC’s). The “musty” smell that people often associate with mold growth can be attributed to these compounds. They generally are good indicators that mold is growing somewhere in the home.

Smells can be very hard to describe without referring to other odors, so we often hear that my house smells “musty” or “earthy” or “gross” or some other word that people use to try and tell us what’s going on. From experience, we have found that many times these unpleasant odors are associated with other sources such as mice nesting or sewer gas. Unfortunately, until you have experienced various odors first hand many times, it can be hard to tell the difference.

The more history that is known about a house, the easier it is to narrow down the source of an unpleasant odor. The occurrence of water damage in the past, the presence of mice, or recent plumbing problems can all help to determine where the odor is coming from and what the solution is to resolve it.

How Fast Does Mold Grow?

Mold requires several conditions to grow. It needs food, moisture, and the right temperature. Once these are met, spores may germinate after 12 hours and can start to grow within 24 to 48 hours.

What often appears as a rapid outbreak of mold has taken weeks, months or years to reach the level at which it is visibly seen. It’s important to control humidity indoors and always dry out water damaged materials as quickly as possible. Maintaining a clean home with periodic dusting and deep cleaning dramatically reduces the chances of developing significant mold problems.

Still Undecided?

Don't let mold compromise the health of your home and family any longer. Begin your journey towards a healthier, mold-free environment today. Reach out to Indiana Mold Remediation for a no-obligation 15 minute consultation at no cost.

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