Mold Aid, a mold removal company, launches a new site to help educate customers on the dangers of mold. Mold Aid serves the areas surrounding Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC.
GAINESVILLE, VA — Mold Aid, one of the Washington D.C. area’s most trusted names in mold testing and mold remediation, recently launched MoldAidPro.com and a Facebook page to better serve customers.
The new site highlights a number of issues that Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia residents will find helpful. The site includes information on how to choose a qualified mold remediation company, the health risks that come from prolonged mold exposure, reviews from customers satisfied with their experience with mold aid and even information about how local regulations can affect buildings in Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.
“As we meet customers, we realize that many people are uneducated about mold and what it can do to people who are exposed to mold long term. Mold can cause serious health problems, including chronic sinusitis and other respiratory problems, headaches, dizzy spells, allergic reactions, hives and more. Exposure to what’s known as toxic mold can be more serious, leading to neurological problems and even death in severe cases. We’re thrilled when a customer comes back and tells us how much our mold remediation plan changed their lives and we hope they’ll visit our Facebook page to let us know how they’re doing,” said John Taylor, owner of Mold Aid National, Inc. (http://www.moldaidpro.com/).
Mold Aid is one of the most experienced companies in the Mid Atlantic states and its technicians are some of the most certified in the area. Most states don’t require mold remediation companies to meet any sort of licensing requirements before offering mold testing or removal services to customers.
Mold Aid has taken the initiative and holds the industry’s most important certifications. Some of these certifications include: Certified Indoor Environmentalist, Certified Mold Professional, Virginia General Contractor’s License, Water Restoration Technician, Applied Microbial Remediation Technician and Mold Inspector. The company is also members of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, the Environmental Solutions Association, the National Association of Certified Home Inspector, the Indoor Air Quality University, and the Indoor Aid Quality Association, Inc.
“We know how important mold remediation is and that’s why we’ve gone the extra step to ensure we know exactly how to tackle mold problems. Before you choose which mold remediation company you should trust to take care of your family, check around. You’ll find that Mold Aid is the most experienced, certified and trusted mold removal company in the area,” said Taylor.
About Mold Aid:
Mold Aid’ and Acquired Home Services Inc. is a mold testing, mold remediation and home inspection company serving Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. The company has been in existence for over 10 years and offers mold remediation, general contracting, air duct cleaning, air purifying, structural drying and other services.
John K. Taylor
PO Box 868
Gainesvile, VA 20156
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