Mold Remediation in Norwood, MA
Norwood MA is a town of about 29,000 residents in Norfolk County, MA. It is bordered by Walpole, Westwood, Canton, and Sharon and is about 15 miles southwest of Boston. Norwood is known for its concentration of auto dealerships called “The Automile,” as well as other industrial operations and software companies. Route 1 runs through Norwood. Moldguys is proud to serve Norwood residents for all of their mold remediation, air quality, and water damage cleanup needs. We will evaluate your home or business and decide on an appropriate course of action. Moldguys offers convenient scheduling and 24/7 emergency services. Whether you need an air duct cleaning or complete mold remediation, we are here to help.
Our Services in Norwood, MA include:
- Residential and Commercial Mold Remediation: If you’ve spotted mold or have had flooding or leakage in your home or business, let us help. It’s imperative to remove indoor mold to avoid health risks for your family or employees. Our experienced team will inspect and evaluate the extent of the mold, contain the growth, and then clean and sanitize the area. Don’t let mold become a problem; let us take care of it!
- Water Damage Repair: If water has been an issue in your home or business, we offer various water damage services for your unique needs. We have techniques to repair water damage to carpet, wood flooring, furniture, drywall, and more. We also offer 24/7 emergency services for urgent water damage situations. If you are dealing with water damage, contact mold guys immediately.
- Air Duct Cleaning: It’s essential to make sure your air ducts and dry vents are clean to ensure the air in your home or business is healthy. Dust and other debris in your heating or cooling vents can also cause it to run less efficiently, increasing your energy bills. Our team will thoroughly clean your air ducts and ensure your HVAC system is in good working order.
- Dry Vent Cleaning: A clean dryer vent can help your dryer work more efficiently. However, a clogged vent can be dangerous and could potentially start a house fire. It’s best to have your dry vents inspected by a professional every two years to ensure the quality of your dryer is up to par.