Mold Remediation

Mold is a big problem along the Gulf Coast. It's literally everywhere.

Trusting your problem to anyone else could mean prolonging the effects and putting your family/business at risk.

Trust the pros at DRI Gulf Coast to remove the mold and to make things as good as new again.

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Mold Remediation

Water damage that has been left untreated typically creates a ripe habitat for mold growth. Call us today to stop the spread of mold in your home.

If you are unsure if you have mold, we will come in and perform mold inspection for you. This will help determine the presence of mold and the severity.

We are currently certified for Mold Remediation in Alabama and Louisiana!

From Disaster To Recovery

Your moldy property doesn't have to remain that way. We can put a shine on your disaster in no time!

As soon as you call, we get to work. We follow the same process each time to ensure your property is restored as quickly as possible.

  • Damage Assessment & Inspection: we thoroughly check your property and give you a thorough evaluation of the entire scope of the situation.
  • Mold Containment: we want to make sure the mold doesn't spread to other parts of your property so we work quickly to contain it.
  • Water Extraction & Removal: once we've identified the source of the problem, we quickly work to stop the problem and begin extracting any accumulated water.
  • Air Filtration: once we've removed the water, we make sure all base substrate is dry, closely monitoring the retained moisture in the walls and floors. We also run air scrubbers and high-speed air movers to accelerate the process of drying.
  • Removing Materials with Mold: we remove any materials that have been exposed to mold.
  • Scrubbing & Repair: we professionally clean the contents of your property.
  • Restoration: we have the team and expertise to restore your property to its pre-damaged condition.

Common Mold Culprits

Mold is present almost everywhere. It's indoors; it's outdoors. Mold thrives in moist environments and can grow quickly with the right conditions. Generally, excessive mold is caused by water damage that has been left untreated. Here are some of the most common causes of mold damage:

  • Leaking AC ducts or air handlers
  • Leaks around bathroom shower pans or tubs
  • Leaking windows and roofs

Where We Work

We currently are only certified for Mold Remediation in Alabama and Louisiana.

In an emergency, we can get a temporary licenses for other states.

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