Location Lakeside, CA 92040

Get Rid of Black Mold Today - Permanently!

For Residences and Businesses

It is a fact that microscopic mold spores not only ruin the beauty of your home and business but can also harm your health. Our IICRC certified and trained experts will help you find out the root cause of mold infestation and take action to prevent its re-occurrence.

We equip high-end HEPA tools, PPE, proper safety gears, and infrared thermal imaging cameras to find out the source of moisture. We isolate the infected area and provide you with our comprehensive mold remediation service.Contact Us to receive a FREE estimate and a mold-free property.

Troubled with black mold at home?

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The mold problem

Mold often referred to as 'black mold,' is a global household problem. About 70% of homes currently have mold. Mold thrives in humid and hidden corners of our homes and offices that we cannot see. It is common to find black mold on ceiling tiles, windows, pipes, cupboards, and carpets. Once black mold settles on a damp surface, it can grow pretty quickly (sometimes in just a day or two). In most cases, by the time we notice mold growth, it would have already spread to other areas.

Having black mold in your home or office can be a huge nightmare. Apart from the fact that mold-covered surfaces can be irritating to look at, they also pose a health risk to you and everyone else in your environment.

Do not rely on DIY methods

When faced with a mold problem, your first instinct might be to go online to search for DIY solutions. However, attempting to get rid of black mold yourself is risky. You could expose yourself to toxic microscopic mold spores or miss mold spores hidden in crevices around your home or office. You could even damage your surroundings with heavy-duty chemicals.

Getting rid of mold must be done quickly and decisively. Delayed or unprofessional handling can make a little mold infestation become a more complex problem. That is why you need to enlist the help of a professional mold remediation service.

What is mold, and where does it come from?

Mold is a type of fungus that can thrive anywhere, including basement, bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas in your home or office where there is dampness and moisture. Mold spores are microscopic and can be found even in the neatest of environments. Everyone is exposed to mold in the air they breathe, albeit in tiny amounts. Mold can appear black, white, orange, green, or purple in color.

Some of the mold types are Acremonium, Aspergillus, Chaetomium, Mucor, and Black mold. Black mold is the general term for all mold types with a dark greenish, gray, or black appearance. It is commonly known as Stachybotrys Chartarum.

Types of Mold

Should you be worried about finding black mold?

Yes, you should be, depending on how severe the infestation is. Some people are sensitive to mold. They usually develop symptoms such as a runny nose, itchy eyes, rashes, cough, and wheezing. At the same time, people who are allergic to mold or have asthma experience intense reactions. People with compromised immune systems are also susceptible to mold infection.

According to the CDC, severe reactions such as fever and shortness of breath could occur in individuals exposed to large amounts of mold. Mold problems have become an issue for tenants, homeowners, and property managers. Failure to address these issues has resulted in countless litigations, health problems, and lost revenue.

Mold behind drywalls

Our areas of specialization

Our highly experienced and trained staff make use of state-of-the-art equipment to provide affordable mold abatement solutions for your home, office, or any other indoor space.

Basement Mold Removal


Basement mold arises from leaky foundations, pipes, or moisture that gathers on poorly coated walls. Most times, basement mold usually goes unnoticed in many households until it is too late. Find out how our mold mitigation services help you eliminate mold from your basement.

Bathroom Mold Removal


Bathrooms are usually damp and humid, making them the perfect environment for black mold to grow. Molds grow on bathroom ceilings, tiles, showers, and drywalls. Get rid of the mold from your bathroom before it is too late. Find out how you can keep your bathroom clean and mold-free.

Kitchen Mold Removal


Regular cooking, washing dishes, and appliances make the kitchen a comfortable place for mold to grow. You find mold under the sink, cabinets, drawers, kitchen walls, and floors in most kitchens. We specialize in the removal and remediation of kitchen mold.

Why Choose Us?

Mold growth is a serious concern requiring specialized training and skills to deal with it. We provide you with the best service to ensure:

Free Inspection

Free Inspection of Mold Site

We conduct a free inspection to let you know the type of mold, infested area, and the techniques we use to remediate mold, providing free estimates.

Your Safety

Ensuring Safety of your Family

Right from containment to mold abatement, we ensure your family's safety by taking all necessary precautions and using the right tools & protective gear.

100% Remediation

Complete Mold Mitigation

Our services extend beyond just cleaning out the mold. We remediate mold by identifying and eliminating the root cause, thus preventing re-occurrence.


Affordable Mold Removal

Our mold remediation services are affordable. We suggest a cost-effective revamp, only if required to your existing structure, thus saving you a lot of money.

How much does mold remediation cost?

Generally, our mold remediation services cost between $500 to $5000, depending on various factors.

These factors include mold-infested location, the volume or size of the mold growth in the infested area, and the type of remediation method needed to get rid of mold.

Click here to know how we estimate the cost of a project.

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Our Features:

  • Clean, honest, trustworthy
  • Latest technology, equipments
  • Highly qualified staff
  • Over 20 years of experience
  • 24 - Hours emergency services
  • Post service support
  • Licensed and Insured
  • Free Estimates

Mold Removal Vs. Mold Remediation

Mold removal methods focus on eliminating any visible traces of mold in your home or office environment. However, in most cases, that is not enough.

Mold remediation not only eliminates the mold but also focuses on preventing subsequent mold growth in your environment by keeping atmospheric mold concentrations at normal levels.

We do not just stop at mold removal. We always go one step further to remediate mold and guarantee you lasting safety.

Read on to find the difference between mold removal and mold remediation.

Mold Removal Vs. Remediation

"We CARE! We care about our customers and keen on doing a great job. It is important to have a great line of communication with our customers to keep them informed throughout the process." - Kenny Olson (Owner)

Kenny Olson

Recent Projects

We are always at your service. Currently, we are sweating it out to make a good number of mold affected property a better place. Have a look at our on-going projects.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I recognize mold?

Mold grows in moist areas like basements, attics, AC ducts, windows, under carpets, and even behind walls. One of the easiest ways to detect is to look for discoloration. It may be white, black, brown, green, tan, purple, etc. Click to read more on how to detect mold.

Is mold toxic?

Molds are often considered toxic, but the truth is that mold cannot make you sick by touching them. It needs to enter your body through ingestion or inhalation for mold toxicity symptoms to show up. As mold multiplies, it releases spores and other chemical substances into the air. Molds also release mycotoxins. These can cause allergies and other adverse effects in several individuals who are sensitive to mold.

What are the symptoms of mold exposure?

Symptoms of mold exposure are similar to respiratory allergies. It is common to observe flu-like symptoms like itchy eyes, runny nose, cough, congestion, and headaches. Click here to read more on mold exposure symptoms.

Should I leave my home because of a widespread mold infestation?

It depends on how sensitive you are to mold. If you notice any of the symptoms associated with mold infection, contact a doctor immediately to determine the next step to take.

Is mold the same as mildew?

Because they both grow in damp areas, it is easy to get them mixed up. However, they are not the same. One way to differentiate between them is that while mold feels slimy, mildew has a powdery feel.

Does homeowner's insurance cover mold damage?

The quick answer to this question is - yes. However, mold may only be covered by insurance if and when certain conditions are met. Not all policies cover mold damage. Click here to read more on mold damage and insurance.

Where can you find mold?

Mold spores are present in normal outdoor and indoor air. However, mold thrives in damp areas. It often grows in attics, ducts, basements, bathrooms, kitchens, crawlspaces, and ceilings. They thrive where there is moisture. Click here to find out how to identify mold in your home.

Can I use bleach to remove mold myself?

To kill mold on surfaces in small areas and non-porous surfaces, you can use a solution of one cup of bleach in a gallon of water. However, this is not effective for widespread mold. You must not combine bleach with ammonia-based products. Doing so will produce toxic fumes that can cause adverse health effects. Always make sure the area is well ventilated when cleaning. Also, make sure you keep bleach away from your eyes and mouth when cleaning.

Is black mold more toxic than all other molds?

At present, there is no concrete scientific evidence to indicate that black mold is more dangerous than any other kind of mold out there.

How does mold smell?

Mold usually releases microbial volatile organic compounds (MVOC's). These compounds give off that musty smell that characterizes mold-infested areas.

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