The general rule in mold removal and remediation is that the price depends on how extensive the problem is. It is also important to know you might receive very different estimates of the cost of mold removal in Tallahassee, depending on the provider. We pride ourselves on offering the proper remediation services at the fairest prices in the industry.

Mold Remediation in Tallahassee: What is it?

Mold remediation is the process of getting mold back to normal levels. Mold spores are present everywhere, but they can grow to damaging numbers in certain conditions, such as the presence of constant moisture in indoor spaces. Mold remediation consists of inspection and assessment of the mold growth and damage, containment, removal of mold-infested surfaces, clean-up of contents, and restoration.


How Much Does Mold Remediation Cost?

Mold remediation costs can vary according to the extent of the infestation, the size of the space, whether or not ventilation and duct systems are involved, and the like. Small mold problems can be handled inexpensively. It may not even reach the level of your insurance deductible. However, mold problems that are extensive are likely to have spread to areas in the house that cannot be reached without professional equipment. For cases like these, our professional mold remediation technicians will need the assess the situation. The good news is that we will provide a detailed estimate of the work before we begin.

The minimum amount for the most basic mold remediation service is several hundred dollars. This is the average price we charge for remediation for a 100 sq. ft. Expect to spend more if multiple rooms, the attic, or ventilation ducts are involved. In cases like these, you can pay from $2,000 to $6,000.

Whole House Remediation

Remediation for entire homes, with mold infestations in every room in the house, can set homeowners back from $10,000 to $30,000, depending on the size of the house. The increase in cost can be because more complicated procedures, from clean-up and removal, may be required. The cleaning crew may need to remove damaged carpet, sheetrock or wood from your house. However, these are repairs that you cannot afford to put off, or else you risk exposing your family to the dangers of a widespread mold infestation in your home.

Does Insurance Cover Mold Removal?

Insurance can significantly help reduce the overall cost of mold remediation. There is a good chance that your home insurance policy has mold removal, cleanup and remediation covered. Contact your insurance company and then contact us for a detailed estimate of the costs of your mold removal.