License Number CGC1517100
IICRC Certified Firm
Mold Remediator State of Florida MRSR111

If you suspect your residential or commercial property has a mold problem.


Mold Remediation, Removal & Cleanup

If you suspect your residential or commercial property has a mold problem. Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc. provides fast and effective mold remediation solutions to residents of Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties.

When you choose Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc, for mold removal services, our highly trained. Technicians will quickly inspect and assess your property. You can count on our team to quickly inspect and remediate areas to reduce downtime in your home or business reduce the risk of further microbial growth.

In addition, we are not a franchise or national company. We are a local company, in business for over 18 years. Located in Pompano Beach, FL. Call us at (954) 725-2895 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


Mold Remediation

Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc, understands that your home or business is more than a structure. Furniture, clothing,  and other belongings may also be affected. More importantly, your families’ or employees’ health and safety may be affected by water and mold damage.


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Insurance Repair Specialists is here to help you. You can also contact us with the online form.
If you suspect mold in your property, our professional team will assist you to determine the proper procedure to address the situation.


Inspection & Mold Damage Assessment

Usually, the first step is locating and addressing the source of the water, whether it is a pipe burst, roof leak, flood, etc. Our technicians carefully photo document all damage, which will aid in a possible insurance claim. The next step is normally to have a third-party mold testing company test and developed a mold removal protocol. This ensures all affected areas are properly cleaned and/or removed.


Mold Containment

To prevent spread the of mold, spores to unaffected areas, our technicians may install containment barriers until all removal and cleaning is complete.

Mold containment project

Air Filtration

Our specialists usually install air scrubbers with HEPA filters to help clean the air as well as prevent the spread of mold spores to unaffected areas.


Mold Removal

Mold remediation begins by treating the areas with an antifungal and antimicrobial, to disinfect the area. It’s necessary to dispose of all the materials affected such as drywall, flooring, carpet, or cabinets.


Cleaning Contents & Belongings

There are many different methods to clean and sanitize your property and belongings. The removal of affected drywall, wood, etc along with a proper cleaning is essential for the post-mold test clearance. When the cleaning process is complete, the third-party mold hygenist will retest the home or business. This testing ensures all affected areas and air quality, is back to normal.

Black toxic mold

Mold Damage Restoration

Depends on the kind and the level of the mold. Therefore, we can repair minors parts or replace a drywall, floor or other affected parts.

Drywall mold removal

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Mold Remediation specialists

If you are not sure if you have mold in your home, we recommend using a licensed mold hygienist to test your areas of concern. So if mold is detected,  it is important to select a knowledgeable and trained mold remediation company, to address the situation.

Our technicians are licensed for mold remediators for government, commercial, and residential properties. Above all, the hiring of a professional, like Insurance Repair Specialists, Inc. is the most important step.

Contact us through this online form on our website or call us at (954) 725-2895.


Protect Your Family And Business from mold

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. When 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 by air movement. Anytime, mold can begin to grow within just a day or two after a water or roof leak.

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

Causes of Mold

Mold needs three things to grow:

  1. First, mold requires a source of food, which is water. Mold can grow on porous materials like wood, drywall, concrete, or fabric. In essence, every home or business can be a breeding ground for mold. As most building materials are the perfect mediums for mold growth.
  2. Mold needs a moist environment with a stable, comfortable temperature. Different species of mold grow at different temperatures. Unfortunately, the temperature range that molds prefer, is also the comfortable temperature range for human habitation. Most homes and businesses are perfectly suited for mold growth.
  3. Mold doesn’t require a great deal of water to grow. It can thrive in only 40% to 60% relative humidity. So a simple bathtub or shower leak, a leaky window, or a damaged washing machine hose can be more than enough to spur full-scale mold contamination. If not treated promptly, water damage in the home can create an ideal environment for mold to thrive.

Common sources of moisture are:

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

Consequences of Mold damage

If mold is left unchecked, this could further result in reduced indoor air quality and an unsafe environment, including a variety of health problems.

Mold spores are everywhere in our environment, both indoors and outdoors. To illustrate, mold spores are like seeds, waiting 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 is moisture.

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

In the event of signs of mold growth in your residence

  • Inspect your home or building for evidence of water damage and/or 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 issues. Consider the common types of mold that may appear:
    • Stachybotrys: it is toxic to humans and animals. It is more commonly known as black toxic mold.
    • Penicillium: it is a type of fungus that can cause severe allergies 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 and pets.
    • Aspergillus: it contains several hundred species of mold, very common in Florida.
  • If possible, stop the source of water. Water can lead to mold growth (for example, water leaks, condensation, seepage, or flooding).
  • If possible, control humidity levels, by lowering the A/C. To 75-76 degrees.
  • Quickly fix roof leaks, windows, or A/C leaks, as soon as possible.
  • Thorough cleaning and drying after a water leak.
  • Proper ventilation of shower, laundry, and kitchen areas.

If you are not sure if you have mold in your home. We recommend using a licensed mold hygienist to test your areas of concern. Next select a knowledgeable and trained mold remediator such as Insurance Repair Specialists, to make the entire mold removal process as effective and quick as possible.

Call us at (954) 725-2895 or use the online form that is on our website.



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    Mold Remediation & Removal

    • Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor by examination (American Indoor Air Quality Council) CMRS
    • Water Damage Restoration, Fire and Smoke Restoration, and Applied Structural Drying, IICRC-50869
    • Commercial Drying Specialist (CDS)  IICRC
    • Certified Mold Remediation (CMR)
    • Applied Structural Drying (ASD) IICRC
    • Mold License # MRSR111
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    • …The end result was a completely transformed house contaminated with mold and water damage to a lovely home with new ceilings, walls, paint, and carpet. This was all accomplished with a professionalism that was executed like a symphony. For this, I am forever in his debt, as it was very difficult…

      Joanne Shaw
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