Commercial Mold Remediation

Commercial Mold Remediation Services

Steemer Water Services:24/7. We handle all mold remediation, water removal or emergency water scenarios.

As soon as a property is flooded, it doesn’t take long for mold to spread. A mold infestation can spread through your whole business or commercial property quickly if left uncontained. This can pose a serious health risk for both customers and employees.

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), mold can make your nose stuffy and irritate your eyes, skin and lungs. People who are allergic to mold or have a sensitivity to mold can experience shortness of breath, fevers and wheezing. It can even lead to chronic lung disease if left untreated.

Certified Professionals and Quick Responses

Our certified professionals at Stanley Steemer know how to remediate and abate mold after a flood, so you can get back to running your business as quickly as possible. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour worth of lost revenue or productivity for your business and an hour longer for mold to spread.

Reliable Teams and Expert Care

Stanley Steemer mold remediation specialists are fully certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration. This is a widely recognized certification program for professionals in the restoration industry. We also invest in ongoing education and special training programs so that we can provide our customers with excellent care and knowledgeable crews.

Steemer of South Florida covers nearly all of the Dade and Broward Counties, including the following towns and Zip Codes:

Broward County

    City: Zip Code(s)

  • Coconut Creek: 33066, 33073
  • Cooper City: 33330
  • Coral Springs: 33067, 33076, 33065
  • Dania Beach: 33004
  • Davie: 33314, 33328, 33325
  • Deerfield Beach: 33442, 33441
  • Fort Lauderdale: 33308, 33304, 33306, 33316, 33305, 33315, 33301, 33312, 33311
  • Hallendale Beach: 33009, 33020
  • Hillsboro Beach: 33062, 33064
  • Hollywood: 33019, 33024, 33021
  • Lauderdale Lakes: 33309, 33311, 33313, 33319
  • Laderdale-By-The-Sea: 33062, 33308
  • Lauderhill: 33311, 33313, 33319, 33351
  • Lazy Lake: 33305
  • Lighthouse Point: 33064
  • Margate: 33063
  • Miramar: 33025, 33027, 33023
  • North Lauderdale: 33068
  • Oakland Park: 33334, 33309
  • Parkland: 33067, 33076
  • Pembroke Pines: 33026, 33029
  • Plantation: 33317, 33324
  • Pompano Beach: 33060, 33069, 33064
  • Sea Ranch Lakes: 33308
  • Southwest Ranches: 33330, 33331, 33332
  • Sunrise: 33323, 33351, 33322
  • Tamarac: 33321
  • West Park: 33023
  • Weston: 33326, 33327, 33331, 33332
  • Wilton Manors: 33305, 33306, 33311, 33334

Miami-Dade County

  • Aventura: 33180
  • Bal Harbour: 33154
  • Bay Harbor Islands: 33154
  • Biscayne Park: 33161
  • Coral Gables: 33124, 33134, 33144, 33156, 33206, 33133, 33143, 33146, 33158
  • Cutler Bay: 33157, 33189, 33190
  • Doral: 33122, 33126, 33166, 33172, 33178, 33191, 33192
  • El Portal: 33138, 33150
  • Florida City: 33034, 33035
  • Golden Beach: 33160
  • Hialeah: 33002, 33011, 33013, 33016, 33142, 33010, 33012, 3301433018, 33147
  • Hialeah Gardens: 33016, 33018
  • Homestead: 33030, 33033, 33035, 33090
  • Indian Creek: 33154
  • Key Biscane: 33149
  • Medley: 33166, 33178, 33198
  • Miami: 33142, 33125, 33126, 33145, 33133, 33135, 33137, 33130, 33144, 33150, 33185, 33138, 33127
  • Miami Beach: 33109, 33140, 33141, 33139
  • Miami Gardens: 33169, 33056, 33055
  • Miami Lakes: 33166
  • Miami Shores: 33138, 33150, 33153, 33161, 33168, 33261
  • North Miami: 33181, 33168, 33161
  • North Miami Beach: 33162
  • Opa-Locka: 33054
  • Palmetto Bay: 33158, 33157
  • Pinecrest: 33156
  • South Miami: 33177
  • Sunny Isles Beach: 33160
  • Surfside: 33154
  • Sweet Water: 33174
  • Virginia Gardens: 33166
  • West Miami: 33144, 33155

FAQ

A: You should call (888) 982-3553 as soon as possible to reduce the harmful and costly effects of water damage. Our water damage and flood restoration services are available 24/7. Be sure to contact your insurance company first to make sure you properly file any claims related to the flood and water damage.
A: To minimize damage to your business and property, here are some tips on what to do before help arrives: if possible, stop water at the source, turn off circuit breakers and electricity to avoid electrical shock, relocate small furnishings to a dry location, hang draperies above flooded areas and open any nearby windows. Some things to avoid include: walking on wet carpets and using fans and air conditioning, as this can cause the spread of potential contaminants within your office.
A: They will pump out freestanding water with powerful, professional equipment and extract the water from carpets and upholstery. If needed, they will remove the carpet and padding to ensure all the water is removed and the carpet is clean, then they will reinstall the carpet and padding. To minimize the potential of mold and microbial growth, they will then use specialized drying equipment and instruments to look for hidden pockets of moisture and ensure your office and its contents are completely dry.