Mold Removal & Remediation

Mold Removal
Mold comes from excessive moisture or water accumulation indoors. While it is impossible to eliminate all molds and mold spores, controlling moisture can control indoor mold growth. All molds share the characteristic of being able to grow without sunlight. Mold only needs a viable seed (spore), a nutrient source, moisture, and the right temperature to proliferate. This explains why mold infestation is often found in damp, dark, hidden spaces. If left unchecked, molds gradually damage building materials and furnishings. Eventually, mold can cause structural damage to a wood-framed building, weakening floors and walls as it feeds on moist wooden structural members.

The purpose of mold remediation is to correct the moisture problem and to remove moldy and contaminated materials to prevent human exposure that can impact health and further damage to building materials and furnishings.


At Midwest Enviro Solutions we strive to provide our customers with a mold remediation plan that restores your indoor air quality back to a healthy, clean environment. We know that solving a mold problem in your home or commercial property is a high priority. We ensure that the mold remediation is completed as quickly as possible. We follow industry guidelines and standards to make sure everyone is completely safe during the mold remediation process. From commercial to residential mold removal projects, no job is too big or too small for our professional remediation team.

The first step in mold abatement is to conduct a mold test with one of our certified mold inspectors to determine whether mold is actually present in your home. Our team is staffed with mold remediation experts, who are able to handle any size of job. If you find mold, call 734-915-0066 and we will take care of any situation to give you the indoor air quality you need to avoid the allergies and health issues associated with mold.

7 steps to getting rid of mold
The process we follow when our mold inspection has determined that mold remediation is necessary:
1. Assess the origin and determine the extent of the damage
2. Determine the source of the problem and remedy the source.
3. Remediation Plan
4. Containment, decontamination chambers, and negative air
5. Removal of the mold
6. Cleaning, HEPA vacuuming and air scrubbing
7. Post remediation verification
If you are facing a mold concern call Midwest Enviro Solutions!