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We offer the best in water restoration services that help bring your home back to its former state.
We offer proper fire damage remediation services that identify, repair , and replace the damaged areas of your home.
We originally spent over a decade ONLY working on mold specific projects.
We provide the best in storm damage restoration that also includes water and fire.
About Our Company
We Work with Most Insurers
About Our Company
The Certified Green Restoration Experts
All of our staff are not only industry-certified experts, they are also Green-certified restoration experts. RESTOREASE was built on the foundation that we understand no one is ever expecting a home emergency damage event, and we strive to provide our clients with the most “at ease” experience possible.
Restore Your Home Naturally
We use all naturally biodegrading products for all of our restoration work. We provide the most natural options for restoration.
Expert Restoration Team
Our expert staff will ensure your home is restored the right way.
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Our Solid Working Process
We start with a thorough inspection and estimate to determine the scope of the damage.
We focus on stopping any further damage from affecting your home or property.
We work with you and your insurance company to restore your home with ease.
Expert Fire & Water Damage Restoration Services
With RESTOREASE we restore your home to be like new again. We make it easy with transparency and honesty. Call our experts!
Why You Should Choose Us
We Make the Insurance Claim Easy with Transparency
We record and measure all damages to your home for the insurance company
We itemize everything needed for restoration down to the cost of a screw.
We work with your insurance company to complete the claims process
Insurance Claims Get Settled Quicker and Easier
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Mold Remediation?
Mold remediation is the treatment and removal of mold growth. It is stopping the environmental damage and growth of mold bringing the property back to a normal fungal ecology. It requires proper moisture removal and prevention to stop the growth and spreading of active mold colonies in the property including proper cleaning and treatment to eliminate mold spore contamination.
What are the typical symptoms of a mold allergy?
Mold is a type of fungus that produces spores that float in the air like pollen. Mold is an allergen that causes symptoms in most people. When you breathe in spores your body thinks they will harm you and then your body attacks it leading to many classic allergy symptoms. This reaction could be very bad for your body and could include symptoms such as sneezing, itchy skin, rashes, hives, itchy nose and throat, coughing, trouble sleeping, and trouble breathing. Always speak with a medical professional if you have or suspect someone is having these symptoms in your home.
These symptoms can be particularly dangerous in small children, elderly adults, and people with asthma. There is no way to prevent a mold allergy, but being able to lower the amount of mold in your home and workplace is the best way to handle this health problem.
If I have water damage in my home, do I need a mold treatment?
Cleanup and Mold Prevention Guidelines for Response to Clean Water Damage within 24-48hours to Prevent Mold Growth is outlined in the RESTOREASE, LLC Mold Remediation Standard of Practice. It can never hurt to bring in a mold specialist to provide a professional opinion on your personal circumstances. Feel free to schedule one of our specialists to come out for a free evaluation and second opinion of a water mitigation service to be sure you are not at risk of any mold issues. The rule of thumb is, if it was wet for longer than 24-48 hours then mold growth has begun!
How do I prevent mold and why does it grow?
If you mix moisture with organic materials, especially building materials, for too long you will inevitably end up with some type of mold growth. Mold prevention involves the control of temperature and moisture levels in water and vapor form. Wet materials that are not properly dried within 24-48 hours, especially porous and spongy materials, such as carpets, padding, cushions, wall or ceiling insulation that are not quickly dried properly can pose a big risk for potential mold growth. Keep a close eye on high incident locations like ceilings, floorings, under sinks, bathrooms, air conditioning condensate lines, and near plumbing for signs of moisture. You should also regularly monitor the relative humidity of the air in the property to be sure the moisture level is not exceeding 60% relative humidity which could put you at risk of mold contamination. Always feel free to subscribe and follow us on our educational RESTOREASE YouTube channel to see videos on what to look for and how to prevent mold in your home.
Can RESTOREASE provide a black mold test?
Yes, our professional mold inspection can supply a thorough mold assessment testing to be sent out for 3rd party analysis by one of the best labs in the country for all types of mold. The easy to read lab provided analysis report will give you great detail on the condition of the indoor environment of your home concerning mold. Finding what are known as toxic mold types, commonly referred to as “black mold”, in the home could be a serious issue and receiving prompt containment, removal, and decontamination is ideal.
Where is mold found?
Mold can be found just about anywhere where moisture can be found. Locations like showers, wallpaper, ductwork, carpets, furniture, attics, and bookshelves are very common. Anywhere that has high humidity levels has a high risk for mold growth.
I found mold in my home, what can I do now?
Call or chat with us now and we will schedule your home inspection ASAP. Seeing mold growth in your home can be extremely alarming and we are here to help you each step of the way.