Do you have a mold problem?
Not sure where it came from or what to do? We can help! Text us a photo of the damaged area. We'll get back to you quickly with helpful advice from a mold remediation expert.
What To Do About Mold
#1 - Identify the type of mold
#2 - Isolate and contain the mold
#3 - Clean the air
Bonus #4 - Call in a professional
Watch this brief video to learn more about handling your mold emergency from Roy, a remediation expert at 2 The Rescue.
Keep Your Family Safe From Mold
2 The Rescue Restoration Services is a locally-owned water damage and mold remediation company. We've been serving customers in the Grand Rapids area for over 14 years. We'll make sure your home is cleaned and restored the right way.
Step 1: Assess Damage
Mold remediation starts with an inspection to determine the extent of the problem.
Step 2: Determine Cause
Before treatment, we need to figure out what caused the mold growth.
Step 3: Remove Mold
We’ll create a step-by-step plan to eradicate and remediate your mold problem.
Step 4: Post Remediation Testing
Finally, we test the affected areas in your home to ensure air quality is safe and livable.
We Have You Covered
We're based in Grand Rapids and serve most of the West Michigan area. Give us a call at (616) 205-9857 for a free consultation or 24/7 emergency assistance.
Common Questions about Mold Remediation
How much will it cost to hire you?
Every situation is different. Depending on the extent of the damage and the cause of the mold, the costs could range anywhere from $500 to $10,000 or more. Shoot us a text message with some photos and we will be happy to give you a better estimate based on your situation.
Is mold dangerous?
It is not safe to live in an environment where mold is present. People who are sensitive to mold may have allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, itchy eyes, coughing, and skin irritation. It can also lead to asthma-like symptoms, including shortness of breath and wheezing.
Can I clean the mold myself?
If you have a small patch of mold that has not spread and you have already remedied the situation that caused the mold, then you may be able to clean it yourself. Be sure to use the proper cleaning equipment and personal protective equipment for your safety. For larger areas, in cases where you need assistance preventing the source of the mold, or if you're unsure how much the mold has spread, you should contact a professional.
Will my insurance cover the damage?
Insurance policies do not typically cover mold damage, except when the mold results from a covered claim, such as water damage. Some insurance companies also have a mold rider, but this is not common. You should always speak to your agent first to determine whether you are covered.