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WeGetTheMoldOut.com solves even the most complex mold problems in all residential and commercial settings.

This site is designed to help educate you and give you reasons why you should use WeGetTheMoldOut.com to get mold out of your home or building.

  • We are equipped to handle jobs of all scopes
  • Helping Ohioans for almost 20 years
  • Nationally accredited and properly insured
  • We remove the mold, not just spray and pray

WeGetTheMoldOut.com is experienced in properly cleaning HVAC systems

What sets us apart is that we do not stop with a cleaning at the vents, we continue on to sanitize the system including the air handler. Most firms only clean the vents and 1 main run.

Tips for Hiring a Mold Remediation Professional

Updated: May 12th, 2020

Once mold is found in your home or building, it is time to act.  Mold is a symptom of a moisture problem.  This can be leaks or seepage, as well as ventilation issues.  These will build up moisture and humidity, and this allows moisture to grow.

Ohio does not license mold remediation professionals.  However, this does not mean all mold contractors are equal.  A professional firm should be nationally certified.  There are nationally accredited certifications that go beyond a short training class.  Make sure your professional is properly certified and has the experience to go with it.  A professional in the industry will help identify and correct the underlying moisture issues causing mold.  Beware of a contractor who says they will come out and spray without proper investigation of the problem.

Proper equipment and materials should be used.  National standards say that containment and HEPA filtered equipment should be used.  Personal Protective Equipment should also be used.  Failure to take these steps can put you, your home, and their staff at potential risk.  Cleaning product and coatings if necessary should also be designed for mold remediation.  Kilz and bleach are poor choices to clean up mold!

Look for a professional firm to carry the right insurances for your protection.  Business liability, professional errors and omissions insurance, pollution insurance, and Bureau of Workers Comp are all important policies that help identify a true professional firm in the mold industry.


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