Mold Removal in KS, including Topeka, Manhattan & Salina.

Professional Mold Removal in Topeka, Manhattan, Salina, Emporia

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Mold removal requires certified, experienced professionals, in order to remove it safely and completely.

Proper training ensures that all existing mold is identified, and that this mold will not return in a few months.

Restore of the Heartland is your local professional source for disaster restoration and home repairs, including mold removal and water damage of all types.

Mold damage in a home can be especially difficult to remove permanently.

Without a trained and fully certified technician performing the work, the mold may not be completely removed, or it may simply grow back in a few months.

Mold has been found to damage personal property, and also to seriously affect the health of many residents within a household -- especially those with asthma or allergies.

According to the Journal Of Property Management, a single square inch of drywall can contain between one and 10 million mold spores. It only takes three to five of those spores to cause a reaction in a sensitive individual.

Fast, Professional Service

We offer 24-hour emergency service, as well as Free Estimates on repairs and restorations.

We offer certified, professional services for homeowners throughout our Kansas service area, including Topeka, Manhattan, Salina, Emporia, nearby Mcpherson, Fort Riley, Abilene, Junction City, and the surrounding areas.

Mold Removal Facts

  1. Mold Grows Quickly: Mold needs only moisture, temperatures above 40 °F (4 °C), and organic material to survive. Mold can grow in 24-48 hours, preferring areas with no sunlight, limited airflow, and little disruption.
  2. Mold Destroys Your Home: Professional Builder Magazine warns that mold will dramatically lower the value of your home. A home worth $250,000 can easily have $100,000 in mold problems and will be difficult to sell at any price. Additionally, mold can lead to serious structural damage to your home.
  3. Cleaning Visible Mold is Not Enough: Mold can grow in fiberglass insulation, on top of ceiling tiles, inside ducts, behind drywall panels, in wall cavities, and behind wallpaper. Even when it's visible, it's often impossible (even for an expert) to tell the difference between mold, soot, and dirt without testing. The mold you can see is just the beginning, and some of it is extremely hard to find!
  4. Bleach & Detergent Will Not Eliminate Mold: Bleach and detergent are useful for removing mold on nonporous surfaces. However, materials such as ceiling tiles, carpeting, and wallboard will have deep mold penetration and may need to be replaced. Removed mold will regrow if all sources of moisture and humidity are not eliminated.
  5. Mold Cleaning is Hazardous: It only takes 3-5 mold spores to cause an allergic reaction, and some molds contain mycotoxins that are carcinogenic or deadly. Vibrations and movement will cause mold to release their spores; it's easy to accidentally knock hundreds of thousands of spores loose from a single patch of mold! And that's just a drop in the bucket: Recent research has shown that up to one billion mold spores can be found in just one square foot of drywall!
  6. Mold Removal Requires Professional Equipment and Training: Mold removal experts have a variety of state-of-the-art equipment that they use to identify sources of moisture, to dry out wall cavities, and to safely remove mold that is growing in your home. Samples of mold may be analyzed in a laboratory to identify potentially toxic strains, and special cleaning agents may be used to restore property. While some contractors are jumping on the "mold is gold" bandwagon, it's important to find the established, trained, and equipped contractors that are committed to the industry for the long haul.

To Sum It Up: As Steven R. Silicato, writer for Buildings Magazine states, "Choosing the right remediation contractor could be the single most important decision an owner or manager makes -- one that could mean the difference between a successful cleanup or a negative outcome."

Mold Removal Contractors in Manhattan, Salina, Emporia, Topeka

Mold & Mildew Alert!

Mold Spores & Health Issues

People at high risk from mold spore exposure:

  • Individuals with Asthma or Allergies
  • Individuals Taking Medication
  • Pregnant Women
  • Children 6-12 Years Old
  • Infants

At Restore of the Heartland, we offer certified, professional mold removal and remediation services in the Kansas area, including Salina, Emporia, Topeka, Manhattan and surrounding areas such as Junction City, Mcpherson, Fort Riley, Abilene.

If your home is at risk of mold due to flood damage or fire damage, we offer 24-hour emergency services, available every day of the year.

We can be there, on site, within just a few hours to help you dry out your home and prevent a potential mold growth issue right away.

We pride ourselves on our dedication to customer education, service, and our adherences to available national standards and best practices.

Our experts are standing by to help you! For a free mold removal or remediation quote, call us, or send us an e-mail today!

Looking for a price? Get a no cost, no obligation free estimate.

Serving Kansas
Our Kansas Service Area
Cities in Atchison County, KS
Effingham
Lancaster
Muscotah

Cities in Brown County, KS
Everest
Fairview
Hiawatha
Horton
Morrill
Powhattan
Robinson

Cities in Butler County, KS
Cassoday

Cities in Chase County, KS
Cedar Point
Cottonwood Falls
Elmdale
Matfield Green
Strong City

Cities in Clay County, KS
Clay Center
Green
Longford
Morganville
Wakefield

Cities in Cloud County, KS
Aurora
Clyde
Concordia
Glasco
Jamestown
Miltonvale

Cities in Coffey County, KS
Burlington
Gridley
Le Roy
Lebo
Waverly

Cities in Dickinson County, KS
Abilene
Chapman
Enterprise
Herington
Hope
Solomon
Talmage
Woodbine

Cities in Doniphan County, KS
Highland
White Cloud

Cities in Geary County, KS
Fort Riley
Junction City
Milford

Cities in Greenwood County, KS
Madison

Cities in Harvey County, KS
Hesston
Newton
North Newton
Walton

Cities in Jackson County, KS
Circleville
Delia
Denison
Holton
Hoyt
Mayetta
Netawaka
Soldier
Whiting

Cities in Jefferson County, KS
Grantville
Meriden
Nortonville
Valley Falls

Cities in Lyon County, KS
Admire
Allen
Americus
Emporia
Hartford
Neosho Rapids
Olpe
Reading

Cities in Marion County, KS
Burns
Durham
Florence
Goessel
Hillsboro
Lehigh
Lincolnville
Lost Springs
Marion
Peabody
Ramona
Tampa

Cities in Marshall County, KS
Axtell
Beattie
Blue Rapids
Bremen
Frankfort
Home
Marysville
Oketo
Summerfield
Vermillion
Waterville

Cities in Mcpherson County, KS
Canton
Galva
Inman
Lindsborg
Marquette
Mcpherson
Moundridge
Roxbury

Cities in Morris County, KS
Burdick
Council Grove
Dwight
White City
Wilsey

Cities in Nemaha County, KS
Baileyville
Bern
Centralia
Corning
Goff
Oneida
Sabetha
Seneca
Wetmore

Cities in Osage County, KS
Burlingame
Carbondale
Lyndon
Melvern
Osage City
Overbrook
Quenemo
Scranton
Vassar

Cities in Ottawa County, KS
Bennington
Delphos
Minneapolis
Tescott

Cities in Pottawatomie County, KS
Belvue
Emmett
Havensville
Olsburg
Onaga
Saint George
Saint Marys
Wamego
Westmoreland

Cities in Republic County, KS
Agenda
Belleville
Courtland
Cuba
Munden
Narka
Norway
Republic
Scandia

Cities in Riley County, KS
Leonardville
Manhattan
Ogden
Randolph
Riley

Cities in Saline County, KS
Assaria
Brookville
Falun
Gypsum
New Cambria
Salina

Cities in Shawnee County, KS
Auburn
Berryton
Rossville
Silver Lake
Tecumseh
Topeka
Wakarusa

Cities in Wabaunsee County, KS
Alma
Alta Vista
Eskridge
Harveyville
Maple Hill
Paxico

Cities in Washington County, KS
Barnes
Clifton
Greenleaf
Haddam
Hanover
Hollenberg
Linn
Mahaska
Morrowville
Palmer
Washington

Our Locations:

Restore of the Heartland
4701 Stagg Hill Road
Manhattan, KS 66502
1-785-200-8898
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