HOW MUCH DOES MOLD INSPECTION COST?
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$375 Mold Testing and Inspection - Includes 3 Samples (Air or Swab)
$75 every additional sample (Air or Swab)
$25 Next day Results (per sample)
WHAT DOES MOLD REMEDIATION COST?
Mold remediation is the process of killing and removing the mold. Depending on the company, it may also be used to describe any reconstruction that is performed to return the property to a pre-loss condition.
The remediation phase is typically much more expensive than inspection, largely due to the labor and precautions that need to be taken during the process. So when asking the question, How much does mold inspection cost, don’t forget to address how much mold remediation costs.
In fact, mold remediation costs can range anywhere from $500 to $6,000, again, depending on a variety of factors. These factors include duration of the project, area of the project being treated, containment, technology used, reconstruction and any post-remediation activities that need to be carried out, like air duct cleaning. Mold remediation in an attic, for instance, is a fairly straightforward job. Since the area is already contained and the attic air doesn’t circulate back through the house, there’s little to no risk when it comes to spreading spores to other areas of the home.
Attic jobs usually range in price from $1,000 to $2,000 and are normally completed by using either mold remediation chemicals or media blasting. A larger mold remediation job might include an unseen infestation where mold has grown in between the walls as a result of a leaking water pipe. For this type of project, mold remediation professionals would likely have to contain the room, remove drywall and possibly replace boards and studs of the home’s structure. These projects would likely be on the expensive side of the remediation scale.
OVERVIEW of Mold Remediation Costs?
How wide-spread is the area?
Is the area highly circulated?
How long has it gone untreated?
How far deep is the damage (in the walls, floors, etc.)
Mold growth is certainly never something that you’d welcome into your home – but it happens. And when it happens, it’s important to address as soon as you notice it, as subsequent growth is likely to become more damaging and more expensive to treat.