Mold Remediation

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Where To Begin

Whether you’ve discovered the first spores or uncovered a wall of existing growth, mold damage is scary for any homeowner. Often the first sign of mold is a musty smell you can’t seem to clear. If your home is particularly humid, that may also create a moist environment leading to mold growth. If you see mold or suspect that it is present, you should call a professional immediately. Mold spreads through spores, which become airborne when growth is disturbed. We’ve been in the business of mold remediation for over 12 years and we are fully licensed, certified, and bonded. At Bright Restoration, no mold is too severe for us to take on. We’ve seen it all before, and we’ll be able to help you restore your home quickly and safely.

Your Safety Is Our #1 Priority!

Your safety is our top priority at every stage in the mold remediation process. Before you do anything else, the first step is to determine if it’s safe for you to remain in your home. Mold can weaken your floors, walls, ceiling, which means that structural issues could be a cause for concern. Mold can cause health problems long before you see the visible signs of its presence. If you’ve been experiencing allergy like symptoms, sore throats, headaches or fatigue, they could be signs of long term mold exposure. Due to the speed of mold growth, it can appear in as little as 48 hours if you have untreated water damage. For now, the best thing you can do is avoid disturbing the mold growth until you can reach mold remediation professionals. Stay away from the affected rooms in your home and make note of areas where you’re noticing a strong, musty scent.

If it is safe to remain in your home, you may want to review some of the common risks and hazards of mold exposure. It’s important to take care of the health of your family and react quickly to potential problems.

Mold Damage Tips

Before doing anything else, read this! Many homeowners exacerbate their mold problems due to improper handling at the first sign of mold. It’s important to be educated on mold practices. Here are some tips you can follow right now!

Common Types of Mold

If you’re dealing with mold in your home, you probably know that mold comes in many different varieties. In fact, there are thousands of different mold species! We’ve created a guide to explore some common types of mold you may encounter.

Mold Remediation Process

From first contact, to site inspection and review, to containment, removal and air purification, we’ve customized the Bright Restoration mold remediation process help you fully repair your home quickly and responsibly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Don’t be confused by people who use the terms mold removal and mold remediation interchangeably. There is a difference between mold removal and mold remediation.  Imagine if you had an infection. While a pain reliever might temporarily alleviate your pain, you won’t really begin to combat the infection until your doctor prescribes you with antibiotics. Similarly, scrubbing a surface area of mold may remove the mold from your wall temporarily, but it may also cause much more damage to you and also to your home. In true mold remediation, highly trained specialists will return the mold levels in your home to safety, as well as solve the moisture problem that was causing the mold growth in the first place. Make sure the restoration company you hire is accredited by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (or the IICRC), an internationally recognized organization responsible for providing certification to all mold specialists.

While we never advise that you handle cases of mold remediation yourself, there are certain situations where it may be safe. If the mold seems to be located on tile or grout (for example, on shower tiles), it is generally safe to handle it yourself using the correct safety precautions. On the other hand, if you can see mold on your walls, we advise you to call a professional restoration company. Mold on porous surfaces such as walls, hardwood floors, ceilings, indicate a good chance of mold growth behind the walls.  Mold gives us a signal that the area is retaining moisture. In order to perform proper mold remediation to your walls or ceilings, you must first treat the source of the moisture so that the problem does not reoccur. It’s important that you know the difference between DIY and professional mold remediation circumstances. Also, if you’ve previously tried to clean mold in your home but have experienced a resurgence of growth, it’s definitely time to call a professional restoration company.

Mold remediation costs will vary from project to project. Each case is unique and requires a customized plan for successful mold remediation. Having said that, the general range is between $2,000 to $7,000, and is determined by the scope of the infestation, the extent of labor and the cost of materials used in restoration.

What Our Clients Say

“Michael dealt with our insurance company for us and got them to pay us for the entire project including the repairs! which saved us a huge headache! We were truly blown away by his level of professionalism. Water damage restoration in Los Angeles is a stressful process, but this team made sure that we were happy with the process every step of the way. So pleased with the work!”


“With the storm that hit LA recently, part of our ceiling in the living room caved in and unleashed all kinds of havoc. We were recommended Bright Restoration by a friends and we weren’t disappointed. From the moment these guys came to our home, we could tell they were experienced and professional. We felt safe in their hands every step of the process and you will too. Thanks, guys!”


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