Mold Damage Claims
Mold and mildew are the number one contributor to breathing difficulties and respiratory problems in American households. According to statistics, around 30 percent of Americans have a respiratory ailment associated or aggravated by mold, including allergies, and asthma.
Thanks to today’s innovative technologies, specialists can easily identify and classify the different types of mold existing when evaluating your property, proposing the best treatment to eradicate mold and its dangerous spores.
Prolonged exposure to mold and its spores can lead to serious infections, including flu-like symptoms, asthma, bronchitis, skin irritations, cognitive problems just to name a few. The good news is that most insurance companies take care of the situation, to help with a mold-free environment for you and your family.
It is important to know that mold damage is often the result of water damage and leaks. Although it is visible quickly, mold can also be hidden behind cabinets, walls, roofs, ceilings, and other places where it finds the right conditions to thrive.
Here we understand that insurance companies will use what they can to avoid taking responsibility for issues. Mold can be tricky for people without experience. Insurance companies love to suggest that problems are due to homeowners not taking necessary precautions, which is why it’s best to allow the experts at Carolina Claims Solutions to lead the way.