Mold Remediation

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Residential Mold Remediation Services

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

As soon as a home is flooded, it doesn’t take long for mold to spread. A mold infestation can spread through your whole home within 48-72 hours. 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 eventually 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. Whether it’s a burst pipe, broken fish tank, flooded washing machine, toilet, dishwasher, storm or hurricane, we can get your properties back to normal quickly and efficiently. The less time it takes to remove standing water from your home, the less water damage you will have to deal with.

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: In some cases, such as a natural disaster, you may be required to seek professional water restoration services for your insurance coverage. Other instances are a bit harder to tell. Look for signs of leaks around your home, as this may lead to your pipes bursting and an even larger issue. Cracked, peeled or discolored paint may indicate a leak, as may swollen walls or visible mold.
A: You should call as soon as a flood happens or as soon as it is safe to, in the event you’ve had to temporarily relocate. It is recommended that you call right away, as mold can start to grow within the first 24 hours.
A: You can call (888) 982-3553 at any time and any day of the week. Our flood restoration services are available 24/7.
A: If possible, stop your water at its source and turn off your electricity if it’s safe to do so. Remove any small appliances, furnishings and draperies to a dry space if possible so that there are fewer items at risk of damage. Do NOT use a vacuum or shop-vac to remove water, as this can cause electrical shock and ruin the appliances. Avoid mopping, as this can just push potentially contaminated water around, into the walls and otherwise dry areas of your home.
A: Extraction equipment is brought in to remove any and all of the freestanding water, including water from carpets and upholstery. Then, professional-grade drying equipment and dehumidifiers are used to lessen the humidity level and prevent the growth of mold. We utilize special instruments to then scope out any hidden pockets of water that might still be lingering in the affected areas.