The answer to this question is different for each project and each unique situation. Labor, material, and other costs vary from job to job.
According to a Homeadvisor report, the average homeowner in Dallas Fort Worth spent $2,309 on their mold remediation project, and this is consistent with what we’ve seen over the years. Your average project is a smaller-end mold remediation project that requires one day of remediation, a day or two of air scrubbing, and one more mobilization to tear down the containment. An additional cost, separate from the remediation, is the air testing that is done by a licensed mold assessment consultant.
To Find Out What Mold Removal Will Cost
Call us to schedule a free in-home consultation with one of our mold removal professionals to get a written estimate of the cost of mold remediation in your home along with exactly what the job will entail. If you haven’t yet had a mold inspection and mold remediation protocol written up, call us, and we’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.
More Cost Factors
A few more factors that can influence the cost of mold remediation include:
- The materials affected by mold.
- The quantities of affected materials.
- Whether or not mold is growing in your HVAC system.
- Whether or not mold was caused by flooding with water that may have been contaminated with sewage or other hazardous substances.
If You’re Concerned about Cost
Don’t put off your mold remediation due to cost. It’s worth it to ensure further damage is not done to your home. Mold can grow and spread rapidly, and every day delayed allows the problem to potentially get worse. The longer you put off dealing with it, the more likely it is to cost you in the end.
Remember to read your homeowners insurance policy. It’s possible your home owner’s insurance might even cover some of the cost.