Mold Remediation and Removal

When you discover mold in your home, or if you suspect that you have a mold problem, Certified Disaster Services will be there to test for and detect all moisture and mold, remove the mold damaged areas and restore everything, making your home as good as it was before. Our prompt and professional service will be tailored to you and your home, providing you with a thorough, well-communicated, personalized plan for mold damage removal.

Our Process

Mold Removal and Restoration

Certified Disaster Services is one of the top mold damage cleanup companies in Utah. We respond to your emergency 24/7. We will arrive ready to quickly extract water, if any, and remove any mold contaminated items. We strategically clean and decontaminate the affected area(s). Once everything is thoroughly cleaned we perform tests to ensure the eradication of the mold. We guarantee our work and strive to make sure every customer is pleased with the restoration.
Find and stop the source of the moisture.

Air Quality Test

Contain the damaged areas with negative air pressure.
Physical removal of mold contaminated materials.
Thorough cleaning of all surfaces in contaminated area.
Air Quality Test

Verify successful removal.
Restoration and Repair

Mold Damage Can Be a Health Hazard

A spot of mold might not seem like a serious problem. Ignoring the problem, however, might make you, your family, or your customers sick. Molds produce irritants and allergens; individuals exposed to these may experience symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, skin allergies, and coughing, among others.

Don’t risk the health of the people around you, as well as the integrity of your property’s structure.

Mold grows in moist places. The most common causes of mold are:

  • Leaking pipes
  • Leaks in your roof
  • Condensation on cold surfaces in your home
  • Poor ventilation
  • Flooding


Conditions Mold Needs to Grow

In addition to moisture, the following conditions enable mold to grow in a home:

  • Food source (this can be wood, drywall, cotton, etc.)
  • Dark areas
  • Warmth (just like many of us, mold hates the cold)
  • Oxygen
  • Time (can happen in 24-28 hours – in the right conditions)

If you notice mold in your home or business, call the mold remediation professionals at Certified Disaster Services to clean up the mess and restore your home.

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Never Ignore Mold

If you or the people in your home or business experience allergies, runny nose, shortness of breath, and other symptoms, your body is reacting to the presence of mold. Even non-active mold spores can trigger allergic reactions and asthma attacks.
These microscopic pollutants grow on any material as long as there is high humidity and excessive moisture.

Mold will not go away on its own.

Mold Loves Living:

  • In basements or crawl spaces that have been flooded.
  • Underneath flooded kitchen or bathroom sinks.
  • Under wet or damp carpeting.
  • In wet walls that house plumbing.

Call Certified Disaster Services today: 801-676-3500 for a mold removal quote!

How to Keep Mold Out of Your House

Mold can be controlled by correcting moisture problems and cleaning effectively:

Keep humidity levels low (less than 50%). Remove unneeded areas of moisture – leaky roofs, windows and pipes. Clean and dry properly after flooding (within 24-48 hours). Ventilate showers, bathrooms, laundry, cooking and other areas properly. Use mold killing products in bath, laundry and kitchen.

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If you suspect you may have a mold problem, don’t wait until it’s too late!

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Other Services We Offer at Certified Disaster Services

Beyond our renowned mold remediation efforts, Certified Disaster Services provides a comprehensive suite of services to safeguard and repair your property from various damages:

  • Water Damage: From addressing minor drips to managing full-scale floods, our emergency response ensures your property is returned to its original state. Explore our water damage solutions here.
  • Fire and Smoke Damage: Fire can devastate properties not only with flames but also with pervasive smoke. Our expertise lies in rehabilitating properties from these dual hazards. Learn more about our fire and smoke restoration here.
  • Storm Damage: The sudden and harsh impacts of storms can inflict substantial damage. Our services include everything from repairing roofs to removing debris, ensuring a comprehensive recovery. Check out our storm damage solutions here.

Each service is crafted to confront specific challenges that could impact your property’s comfort, safety, and overall value. From natural disasters to unexpected incidents, our team is equipped to restore and upgrade your property efficiently. Contact us to learn more about our full range of services and how we can help you maintain a secure and appealing property.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do you prevent mold after water damage?

    The most important way to prevent mold is to make sure that all areas and materials are completely dry. After a water event, it’s best to dry things out as quickly as possible- water damage should be managed within 24-48 hours. The use of fans and dehumidifiers can dry out affected areas and get the environment to the proper humidity and temperature to stop mold from growing. After drying and cleaning, antimicrobial and anti-fungal treatments can be used to further inhibit future mold growth. We have the experience with mold damage and mold damage repair to take care of any problems you may have.

  • Can black mold cause permanent damage?

    Black mold can cause staining to the materials affected. After treatment, the stain can be removed with proper chemicals and cleaners available to professionals. Call us and we will take care of all mold abatement and restore and beautify the affected areas.

  • Does insurance cover mold from water damage?

    Home insurance policies will often cover mold damage. Especially if the mold damage is connected to a flood or leak. It’s important to have a current copy of your home insurance policy and to review the declarations page, which will tell you the coverages that you have. It is always worth a call to your insurance company if you discover water and/or mold in your home. They can help connect you with professionals like us, who can manage the disaster quickly and efficiently, and work with your insurance company.

  • Can water damage cause mold?

    Yes, water damage can cause mold if the water isn’t removed and the area isn’t dried out properly. It’s very important to get the right people into your home quickly to avoid any mold contamination. Call us anytime, day or night to help with your water and mold damage restoration.

  • How dangerous is mold from water damage?

    Mold in your home, that is allowed to grow, can become airborne and affect the health of everyone in the home. If allowed to spread through the materials of your home, it can also cause structural damage and make your home unsafe. Call us and we’ll use our special equipment to detect water, moisture and mold, do air tests to determine spread, quickly find any mold damage, and repair and restore your home.

  • How fast can mold grow from water damage?

    Mold only grows when conditions are right- it won’t grow when submerged in water and it won’t grow in dry conditions. When your home is affected by water- whether from a slow leak, or a large flood- the moisture introduced can start mold growth quite quickly. Most experts say that water and moisture should be managed within 24-48 hours in order to stop mold growth before it causes damage.

  • What kind of mold comes from water damage?

    There are hundreds of species of mold that can be found in a home, and they can be classified into about 12 different types. All mold needs the same four things to grow- water, food, air and the correct temperature. Mold is all around us and can wait for years for the right conditions to begin growing. This opportunity usually comes when water and moisture are introduced. Most people think of black mold first when water damage occurs. Stachybotrys is the name for this type of mold and black mold water damage is serious. However, any type of mold should be quickly contained and the area affected should be dried and cleaned, taking away the conditions that would allow it to grow. Steps can be taken to prevent future mold growth of any kind.

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Certified Disaster Services is here to help with any of your mold damage cleanup needs in Utah. We respond to your emergency 24/7. We will arrive ready to quickly extract water, if any, and remove any mold contaminated items. Don’t let mold hurt your loved ones, seek the mold removal and remediation services of Certified Disaster Services today!

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