954 725 2895 Call us for 24-hours emergency service5394 NE 13th Way Pompano Beach, FL 33064
IICRC Certified Firm
Mold Remediator State of Florida MRSR111

Mold Damage Restoration


Mold Damage Restoration

If you suspect your residential or commercial property has a mold problem or when managing exposure to hazardous substances and conditions at your property, Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc. provides fast and effective mold damage restoration and hazardous waste disposal solutions to residents of Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties.

When you choose Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc, for mold or biohazard removal services, our team is highly trained, we will quickly inspect and assess your property for remediation. We also manage the risk of bio-hazards from viruses to human waste. You can count on our team to decontaminate the affected services, reduce downtime in business operations, and reduce the risk of infection to your employees and customers. Call us 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


The Success Process

Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc, understands that your home is more than a structure; your family’s furniture, clothing, keepsakes, and other belongings help transform a house into a home. Water and mold damage affects not only the structure of your house but also your belongings.

1. Emergency & Insurance

  • Call 954-725-2895 Typically, arrive at your property within 2 hours.
  • Accreditation with ASCR & IICRC.
  • Licensed mold remediator. State of Florida.

2. Inspection & Mold Damage Assessment

  • Visible and hiding signs of mold.
  • Hiding water sources.

3. Mold Containment

  • Mold identification, safety barriers and measures.
  • Negative air chambers and pressure.
  • Cross contamination prevention.

4. Air Filtration

  • Capture microscopic mold spores out of the air.

5. Removing Mold & Mold-Infested Materials

  • Antifungal & antimicrobial treatments.
  • Disposing of mold-infested porous materials.

6. Mold Damage Restoration Process

  • Replacing drywall, painting, installing new flooring.
  • Rebuilding.

7. Insurance Setting

  • In fact, we will work directly with your Insurance Carrier to help alleviate stress to you during this difficult time providing all necessary documentation and prepare our estimates and send them to the carrier for direct approval. As a result, Insurance Repair will follow up with the carrier to make sure that they pay your claim in a timely manner and get you back to pre-loss condition.

SUCCESS: Safe of any illness caused by mold in your home or business


Why Choose us for mold damage restoration

  • We have more than 18+ years of experience.
  • All of our technicians are highly trained and certified by the IICRC.
  • We’ll have the job done right.
  • Our focus is to restore your property back to its original condition as quickly as possible.
  • We can store your valuables for short- or long-term.
  • We will work directly with your insurance company.
  • Our tried and tested methods prevent future mold growths.

Call For Immediate Assistance

  • 24/7 Water Damage Mitigation
  • Mold Removal & Remediation

Don’t attempt the following

  • First, don’t attempt to clean by yourself as microbial growth can be harmful to your health.
  • Second, don’t keep the porous materials with extensive mold growth as they can continue to release mold spores into the air.
  • Third, don’t keep wet moldy items.
  • Fourth, don’t paint or caulk over moldy surfaces.


Protect Your Family or Business

Understanding Mold: What Is It?

Mold consists of microscopic organisms found both indoors and outdoors. The purpose of mold is to aid in decomposition and help break down organic materials.

By aiding in decomposition, mold has the potential to break down walls or wood flooring. Growing on moist surfaces, mold can appear brown, black, gray-green, gray, or sometimes white. They commonly produce a moldy, musty, or ammonia-like scent.

Mold is present in almost every home, and is typically found in small concentrations in kitchens or bathrooms. As mold grows, they release thousands of tiny spores that travel on air currents. Mold can begin to grow within just a day or two after a water pipe break or roof leak.

The most common indoor molds are Cladosporium, Penicillium, and Aspergillus.

Causes of Mold & Biohazard damage

Mold needs three things to grow:

  1. First of all, mold requires a source of food. It likes to feast on porous materials like carpeting, sheetrock, ceiling tile and cloth. In essence every home in America offers a veritable smorgasbord for mold, as the very building materials are a prime feeding ground. 
  2. Secondly mold needs an environment with a stable, comfortable temperature. Different molds grow at different temperatures, but unfortunately the temperature range that molds prefer is also the comfortable temperature range for human habitation. This means that our homes are perfectly suited to contamination if mold can get 
  3. The final thing it needs- water. Mold doesn’t require a great deal of water to grow- it can thrive in only 40% to 60% relative humidity. A bathtub overflow, a leaky window or a damaged washing machine hose can be more than enough to spur a full-scale mold contamination. If not treated promptly, water damage in the home can create an ideal environment for mold to live in and live well. 

Remember the common sources of moisture are:

  • Roof leaks
  • Indoor plumbing leaks
  • Outdoor drainage problems
  • Damp basements and crawl spaces
  • Steam from the bathroom or kitchen
  • Condensation on cool surfaces
  • Humidifiers
  • Wet clothes drying inside the home
  • A clothes dryer venting indoors
  • Poor or improper ventilation of heating and cooking appliances

Consequences of Mold damage

In the case the mold is left unchecked, it could further result in reduced indoor air quality and an unsafe environment, including  a variety of health effects, or none at all. 

Remember mold spores are everywhere in our environment, both indoors and outdoors and, like seeds, wait patiently for the proper conditions to grow. These microscopic spores float along in the air and can enter a home or business through windows and HVAC systems. What enables the mold spores to grow into colonies which can threaten the health of the household is moisture.

Some people are sensitive to molds. For these people, exposure to molds can lead to symptoms such as stuffy nose, wheezing, and red or itchy eyes, or skin. Some people, such as those with allergies to molds or with asthma, may have more intense reactions.

In the event of signs of mold growth in your house or residence

  • Inspect buildings for evidence of water damage and visible mold. Different types of mold can appear in your home environment. Even if you haven’t experienced significant water damage, a problem as simple as a leaking window could lead to mold damage. Consider the common type of mold that may appear:
    • Stachybotrys: it is toxic to humans and animals, you can detect it as black mold.
    • Penicillium: it is a type of fungus that can cause severe allergy or aggravate existing allergic conditions.
    • Cladosporium: Most commonly seen as a green or black color on walls and ceilings.
    • Alternaria: it is dangerous to humans.
    • Aspergillus: it contains several hundred species of mold.
  • Find out if you can correct the conditions that cause mold growth (for example, water leaks, condensation, seepage, or flooding).
  • Control humidity levels;
  • Quickly fix leaky roofs, windows and pipes;
  • Thorough cleaning and drying after a flood;
  • Ventilation of shower, laundry and kitchen areas.
  • Consider not using rugs in rooms or areas like bathrooms or basements that can get high humidity.

If you are not sure if you have mold in your home, we recommend using a licensed mold hygenist to test your areas of concern. It is important to select a knowledgeable and trained contractor to make the entire mold removal process fairly easy. Our technicians are equipped for mold remediation in government, commercial, and residential properties alike. Calling a professional like Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc. to deal with the mold infestation as quickly as possible is crucial not only because mold can produce allergens and irritants, but because, the mold is also indicative of water damage. Remember to contact us through this web site, or emailing, or calling right away: (954)-725-2895.



Guaranteed Quality


Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor by examination (American Indoor Air Quality Council)


Certified Mold Remediation (CMR)


Applied Structural Drying (ASD) IICRC 


Mold License # MRSR111



Water Damage Restoration, Fire and Smoke Restoration, and Applied Structural Drying, IICRC-50869



Commercial Drying Specialist (CDS)  IICRC