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Westfield Mold Remediation Services

Rely on decades of experience and expert training for your mold remediation in Westfield, IN. With top-tier education and advice, we help you remove moldy materials. remediate mold damage. clean moldy spaces. restore your home. breathe more easily. protect your family. care for your pets.

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Mold in Westfield

Westfield is a beautiful city that is growing rapidly. With Grand Park, Grand Junction, highly rated schools, and gorgeous parks & trails; it is easy to see why people want to be here. It’s a vibrant city that offers a little bit of everything: good neighbors, lots of shopping, places to relax, and one of the hottest real estate markets in the country.

Unfortunately, life has it’s little problems, even in Westfield. Whether you are trying to buy a home in this community, selling to benefit from appreciated property values, or just trying to live life; mold may be trying to disrupt your plans. Not to worry, though! Mold is a problem that can be solved. We can help you protect your investment, your home, and your health.

Indiana Mold Remediation was founded in Westfield in 2001, and has worked in hundreds of Hamilton County homes and businesses, including working directly for the City of Westfield. We know how to protect your health and home values.

Westfield Mold Removal

The main goal of mold remediation is to remove visible sources of mold and leave the affected space visibly clean and free of the odors associated with mold growth. Once an area is effectively remediated, and the moisture source is controlled, mold growth should not reoccur. Depending on the area in which mold is found, remediation can have many different faces. At Indiana Mold Remediation our primary remediation goals are always the same: to provide a building structure which is safe and habitable, to protect the resale value of the property, and to prevent the occurrence of visible mold growth in the future.

Interior Mold Damage

Mold growth within the living area of the home, such as a basement or kitchen, must be conducted in a very careful manner. Generally, according to the EPA, areas of less than 10 square feet can be handled by the average homeowner or property manager. Areas that are larger than this may require the attention of a professional. Containment of the work area, removal of affected materials, cleaning and decontaminating of contained areas and preventative measures are all required for the remediation of mold within living areas.

Crawl Space and Attic Mold

Often during real estate transactions or during brief trips to non-living areas of the home, mold may be found to be hiding in the attic or crawl space. Mold growth in these areas does not usually pose the same level of health risks to building occupants and may be handled in a way that is not as invasive or expensive. Often times, the primary concern of remediation in these areas is to protect the resale value of the home and prevent future structural problems due to subsequent wood rot. Indiana Mold Remediation has devised a simple solution to mold growth in these areas that provides effective treatment of the problem without the use of more costly procedures.

Exterior Mold Growth

Mold growth on the exteriors of homes and businesses are not considered a health risk by most health care professionals. The potential deteriorating effects to building materials still exists, and some level of personal protection is still warranted when cleaning up these areas. Mold on fences, siding or roofing can be unsightly and difficult to correct. Through the use of various cleaning methods, these problems can be resolved and prevented from occurring again in the future.

A Simple Remediation Process


Get A Quote

Contact Indiana Mold Remediation to schedule your inspection / estimate. We will work with you to determine your needs and the best approach for you. You will then receive a quote for the work to be done. We may also send you some supplemental information regarding mold, the remediation process, and what to expect.

Schedule the Work

Schedule a time for us to complete the quoted work. We will show up on time and work in a professional manner to restore your home or business. We will communicate with you throughout the process to ensure you know what is going on, and you are in control.

Breathe Easy Again

Enjoy the fruits of our labor. We make the remediation process easy for you, so you can spend your time and energy elsewhere. Mold is a messy business, and we want to get it out of your life as quickly as possible. If there is a problem, for any reason, we stand behind our work and strive to ensure every single customer is satisfied.
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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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Mold Remediation FAQ

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

How Do I Get Rid of Mold?

The best way to deal with mold growth can vary greatly depending on the surface on which the mold is growing, the size and scope of the mold growth, and whether the building is residential or commercial. In many cases, especially a small amount of growth in a residential setting, you should be able to clean up the mold yourself. However; it may be necessary to hire or at least consult a remediation professional for larger areas of growth, or growth in a commercial building.

For guidelines on cleaning up mold, you may wish to consult the EPA’s guide: Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings. Although it is geared toward large commercial projects, the advice it gives can be applied to mold removal anywhere.

Does Mold Spread During Cleanup?

It is true that mold releases spores into the surrounding environment when agitated. Physical disturbance or even air currents can cause this release. Spraying the surface with a cleaner will produce the same result, albeit not to the same extent as physical agitation.

When removing mold from the affected area(s) of a building, it may be important to prevent spores from spreading to unaffected areas. For large areas of concern, or more sensitive occupants, isolating the affected area from the rest of the home may be the best option. We can minimize the spread of spores from one area to another using airflow, positive and negative pressures, or containment barriers (like plastic sheeting).

Should I Have My Ducts Cleaned?

We often get this question from customers who have mold growth on or near their vents in warm weather. Usually, this mold doesn’t come from inside the vents. Instead it comes from condensation when the air conditioner causes surfaces to be cold.

In such a case, lowering the humidity in the home should reduce the amount of condensation and mold growth. You should clean the register covers and the surrounding area with a biocide. Any labeled “disinfectant” or “sanitizer” should work fine.

Duct cleaning has not been shown to be particularly effective at reducing or eliminating health problems. If you are concerned about the air quality in your home for other reasons, the best way to keep your duct system from spreading particles throughout your home is to increase filtration at the furnace.

However; if you have visible mold growth inside the ducts, there are rodents in the ducts, or the ducts are clogged with dust and debris; duct cleaning probably is necessary to remove those contaminants. Some studies have shown an increase in efficiency of heating and cooling systems following duct cleaning.

The EPA has a lot of information about this subject; click here for more information about duct cleaning.

Should I Replace Moldy Carpet?

If there is visible mold growth on your carpet or carpet pad, we do advise that you get it replaced. These are very porous materials that are difficult to get completely clean, even with hot water extraction, once mold begins to grow.

If there is no visible mold on the carpet or pad, but you are worried about settled spores from mold growing on another surface, the carpet can probably be cleaned and salvaged. We recommend a detailed cleaning with a HEPA vacuum and a low moisture cleaning system. Hot water extraction could also be used, but care must be taken to ensure that the carpet and pad are dried quickly.

Still Need Help with Mold Remediation in Westfield?

Don't let uncertainty hold you back any longer. Begin your journey to a healthier, mold-free environment today. Reach out to Indiana Mold Remediation about your mold issues for a no-obligation 15 minute consultation at no cost.

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