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Fastest response times

We’ll survey within 2 hours and begin remediating within the day!

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Advanced equipment speeds up the mold removal process by days.

Total insurance coverage

We’ll make sure your insurance company covers the whole thing!

  • IRI Certified
  • Done-for-you insurance

Mold is the worst.

Paying for its removal? Um, ok — that’s the worst.

But you don’t have to worry about that with Blanc Restoration. Besides for expertly removing mold from your space, we’ll completely handle the insurance paperwork — free!

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Survey with speed

Key to stopping the spread of mold? Moving fast! Within around 2 hours of your call, we’ll inspect your site with specialized mold detectors.


Antimicrobial spray

We’ll apply an antimicrobial agent that kills existing spores and prevents growth — especially if your space is already damp from water damage.


Remove damage

When the damage is extensive, we’ll remove affected materials like framing, drywall, insulation, and carpet to contain the growth.


Clear the air

Using high-tech filtration equipment, we’ll filter tiny mold spores out of your air so you can breathe again! Your space is good as new — and ready to rebuild.

What can you do when you first spot mold?

Keep people & pets away

Mold can be harmful to the health of people of all ages and pets, so try to stay away from the moldy areas.

Turn off your A/C system

Its job is to spread the air around your home — and you don’t want to spread the mold to every room!

Preserve the evidence

If you know the source of the mold, don’t remove it! Evidence can be helpful for insurance reimbursements.

Don’t try to DIY it

Cleaning, drying, or touching the area in any way without professional help can further its spread.

Don’t try to disguise it

We do not recommend painting paint mold or trying to cover it in any way on your own. This can further its spread.

Prevent future mold

If you are able to identify the source of mold, like plumbing leaks, set a plan in motion to fix and prevent in the future.


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  • Mold remediation
  • Mold removal
  • Antimicrobial application
  • Air filtration
  • Mold containment
  • Water extraction
  • Structural drying and dehumidifying
  • Residential mold removal
  • Commercial mold removal
  • Debris disposal & cleanup

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What is mold remediation and mold removal?

Let’s talk about these 2 distinct (but sometimes mixed-up) processes!

Mold Remediation: The comprehensive process of identifying, containing, and addressing mold growth within a building. It involves removing the source of moisture that is promoting mold growth and restoring your space to sanitary, clean, healthy conditions.

Mold Removal: The physical act of removing visible mold growth from surfaces. It’s a part of the broader mold remediation process, but not the whole process itself. Mold removal experts will use appropriate cleaning agents, tools, and protective gear to safely remove mold from affected surfaces.

What causes mold to appear?

Some common causes of mold growth include:

  • Water Leaks from plumbing, roofs, windows, or foundations
  • High Humidity such as bathrooms, basements, and kitchens
  • Untreated Floods or Water Damage
  • Poor Ventilation
  • Condensation on windows, pipes, or walls
  • Damp Materials like wet wood, drywall, and insulation
  • Poor Drainage like improperly functioning gutters or poor grading around a building
  • Wet Carpet or Flooring

How fast does mold spread?

Mold can start to grow within 24 to 48 hours after a moisture source becomes available; a warm, moist place can help it grow even faster. Mold can spread and cover large areas within a matter of days or weeks.

To stop the spread, hire a professional to safely remove the mold spores entirely from the surface and air.

Do I need to hire a mold removal expert or can I do it myself?

For small and localized mold problems of under a foot, you may be able to handle the removal yourself using appropriate safety precautions and cleaning techniques.

However, if the mold growth covers a larger area, is spreading rapidly, or is present in hard-to-reach places, it is best to hire a professional mold removal expert. Larger mold infestations can be challenging to handle without proper equipment, and attempting to remove extensive mold growth on your own could lead to inadequate removal and potential health risks.

Professional mold removal experts (like Blanc Restoration ;) have the necessary training, experience, and specialized equipment to safely and effectively handle mold removal. We’ll also take care of your reimbursement — making working with professionals a no-brainer!

What does mold remediation cost?

The cost of mold remediation can vary widely depending on several factors, including the size of the mold-affected area, the extent of the mold growth, the type of mold, the location of the mold (e.g., easy or difficult to access), and the necessary remediation methods. Other factors that can influence the cost include the level of damage to building materials and the need for specialized equipment.

The good news is, Blanc Restoration will work with your insurance provider to get a full reimbursement. That means we’ll collaborate with them directly and file the paperwork — it’s off your shoulders and onto ours!

What should I know about commercial mold remediation?

Especially in a commercial space, professional assessment and remediation is important to resolve issues that may pose a health risk to your employees or patrons.

Blanc Restoration will handle your remediation from A-Z, assessing the damage, safely removing mold, and filing for insurance, freeing you up to focus on your work!

What are some signs that there’s mold in my home?

Here are some signs of mold in your home or commercial space:

  • Visible Mold (duh!): Mold can appear as black, green, brown, or white patches.
  • Musty Odor
  • Water Leaks or Water Damage: Mold can thrive in damp environments.
  • Discoloration or Stains: Discolored or stained walls, ceilings, or floors.
  • Allergic Reactions: Sneezing, coughing, or skin rashes that worsen in a specific space.
  • Increased Humidity: This can create conditions suitable for mold growth.
  • Peeling Paint or Wallpaper: Mold can cause paint or wallpaper to bubble, peel, or warp.
  • Health Issues: Prolonged exposure to mold can lead to health issue.

How long does mold removal take?

Most mold remediation project handled by Blanc Restoration take within 1-3 days. Some large-scale mold problems in commercial buildings can take around a week.

Can mold cause health problems?

Yes, mold can cause health problems, especially when exposure is prolonged or in high concentrations.

Mold releases tiny spores into the air, and when these spores are inhaled or come into contact with the skin, they can lead to various health issues for some individuals.

People with allergies, asthma, respiratory conditions, or weakened immune systems are more susceptible to mold-related health problems.

Some health problems to look out for:

  • Allergic Reactions: Sneezing, coughing, nasal congestion, itchy or watery eyes
  • Respiratory Issues: Worsening asthma, difficulty breathing, chest tightness, wheezing
  • Irritation: Irritated skin (i.e. skin rashes), eyes, throat, and lungs.
  • Fungal Infections: This can happen in people with compromised immune systems.

If you suspect mold in your home or workplace and experience unexplained health issues, Blanc Restoration can help identify a mold problem — and work on restoring your space!

What is black mold?

*Pulls out laser pointer* Time for a science lesson:

"Black mold" is a term commonly used to refer to a specific type of mold called Stachybotrys chartarum or Stachybotrys atra. This type of mold is often associated with a dark greenish-black color, which is why it’s called "black mold." However, it’s important to know that not all molds that look black are Stachybotrys chartarum.

Black mold can grow in areas with prolonged exposure to high humidity, moisture, and organic materials, like damp, water-damaged buildings and areas with poor ventilation or leaks.

Here’s what you need to know: Stachybotrys chartarum is known for producing mycotoxins, which are toxic substances.

If you suspect the presence of black mold, reach out to Blanc Restoration to assess and address your mold problem safely.