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Microscopic mold spores exist naturally almost everywhere, both indoors and out, and can be dangerous when it colonizes in large numbers. With our hot, humid Florida weather, the growth of mold is basically inevitable.
Mold growth starts with moisture. In commercial environments, that moisture can come from a few places:

  • Outside water– roof, wall penetrations, block or stucco or EIFS damage, window or door leaks (which may be caused by a storm)
  • Inside water– improper ventilation, plumbing system leaks, or fire suppression system leaks

There are several types of mold that exist all around us. These types have varying levels of toxicity and cause issues including:

  • reduced indoor air quality
  • building structural damage
  • adverse health reactions

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Indoor air quality has always been a major concern in commercial buildings where lots of people work, and it has been highlighted even more with the Covid-19 pandemic. Poor indoor air quality can have negative health effects such as itchy eyes, headaches, fatigue, shortness of breath, and dizziness. Although there are other contributors to reduced indoor air quality, mold can certainly have all of these impacts on the occupants of the space.

Structural Damage

Mold may seem like just a surface issue, but if it allowed to grow, it can and will get into your building materials and eventually eat them away therefore causing structural damage to your building. Mold feeds on organic material, which is found in insulation, sheetrock paper backing, carpeting, and wood framing in the walls, roof trusses and floor joists. In short, all areas of your building are subject to surface damage from mold, as well as long-term structural damage if the mold is not remediated in a timely manner.

Health Reactions

People react differently to mold outbreaks. Some people are much more sensitive and therefore have more severe reactions like sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, skin rashes and difficulty breathing.

As a landlord in a commercial building in Florida, you are required to take all necessary precautions to keep your properties safe, and to take all remediation steps when mold is found. The result of neglect or inaction on your part could be an expensive lawsuit.

We are a State of Florida Licensed Mold Remediation Company with many years of experience, fully trained and certified technicians, and top-notch equipment.

Remediation Process

If you know you have water damage or suspect that you have mold, call us right away. In perfect lab conditions, it takes mold 48 hours to grow, so if we can dry the areas before the mold colonizes, we may be able to save you from the remediation work.

For a potential mold remediation, we start with a thorough evaluation of your space to determine the source of the moisture and the length of time the area has been wet.

Once we have determined that a remediation is required, we work to the IICRC S520 Standard of Care for mold remediation, and take these steps:

  • Build a containment around the affected area and place it under negative pressure
  • Remove affected building materials
  • Bring in our specialized equipment to dry all areas and maintain proper humidity throughout the space
  • Clean and deodorize all surfaces and areas

Then we allow the build-back team the opportunity to come in and finish up the job, so that your space is clean and new.

Throughout the process, we work diligently to communicate with you and keep you updated on our progress and answer any questions you may have.

Areas Of Focus

At Remediation Specialists we are a State of Florida Licensed Mold Remediation Company with many years of experience, fully trained and certified technicians, and top-notch equipment.

We work directly with Facility Managers, Facility Engineers, Property Managers and Building Owners to provide commercial mold remediation for a variety of businesses and building types including:

  • Hospitals
  • Medical Office Buildings
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Assisted Living Communities

As we often work in sensitive areas, our team is well-trained for these environments. We drive un-marked vans; we keep a low profile while in your building; and we all understand the chain of command and communicate only with the designated people on the job. In other words, we do all we can NOT to ‘announce’ that there is a potential mold issue in the building.

If you suspect a mold problem in your building, please give us a call and we will evaluate your building, give you our assessment and help you get the issue solved.


We are on emergency call 24/7 but if you have questions about our products or services, you can use the form to the left to contact our offices. A friendly staff member will return your message as quickly as possible.

(407) 740-6653


3071 North Orange Blossom Trail Suite C, Orlando, FL. 32804


General Contractor CGC# 1516978
Florida Mold Remediation License #MRSR 3112

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