Mold Removal

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Mold Removal Services in San Antonio & the Texas Hill Country

Mold is a serious problem that affects your health and the value of your property. Restoration 1 provides mold inspection and mold remediation services to home and business owners in San Antonio & the Texas Hill Country.

Free Mold Inspection

We can come out within 48 hours to inspect your property and determine if mold remediation services will be needed to fix the problem.

Trained & Certified Pros

Restoration 1 technicians are fully trained, certified and have up-to-date knowledge so they can ensure that mold is removed quickly and safely from your home. 

Personalized Service

We treat all of our customers as individuals, no matter how big or small the job, you will always get personalized service every time you contact us.

Importance of Mold Remediation

If you suspect there may be mold in your home or business, or if you see visible signs of mold, contact Restoration 1 right away. We will work with a licensed mold assessor to inspect for mold and create a work plan for mold remediation. 

Mold spores, if left unchecked, can cause serious health problems, especially in children and the elderly. We are a licensed mold remediator in Texas, and follow all local and federal guidelines so you can have peace of mind knowing the situation has been handled correctly. 

Rely On Professional Help for Mold Removal

If you find mold in your home or business, DO NOT CLEAN IT WITH BLEACH. Mold spores on the surface are usually an indication of spores hiding deeper below the surface. Cleaning with bleach can kill the mold on the surface, but the residual mold inside the material will be forced deeper, where it can proliferate. 

Fighting deep, hidden mold is much more difficult, and many times when mold has been forced deeper into materials like drywall or wood floors, the only safe option is to completely remove the materials and replace them. This is an expensive and time consuming solution that we try to avoid. So if you find evidence of mold in your home, don’t make the problem worse. Get help from a professional like the mold remediation experts at Restoration 1 of San Antonio North & Texas Hill Country.

We Only Use Safe, Effective Methods for Mold Remediation

At Restoration 1 we use organic techniques to repair damages from water, fire, smoke and mold. We only use the sanitizer hydrogen peroxide as a mildew stain remover to remove unsightly visible signs of mold. After this process we apply a strong fungicide which will inhibit any regrowth from occurring at the same location as before. 

We also have specialized equipment used if removal rather than just preventative maintenance becomes necessary – air scrubbers, a HEPA-filter filtered vacuum and a negative air machine to remove contaminated air for up to 12 hours at a time.

The Restoration 1 Promise

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Call Now

We can schedule a free mold inspection within 48 hours of your call.


Get Expert Help

We know how to minimize the damage and clean up and restore your property.


Peace of Mind

Relax knowing your property is in the hands of professionals who will return it back to normal. 

Put a Stop to Mold Growth

Never try to clean up mold yourself. Mold can be toxic, and the spores spread easily if you are not trained or equipped properly. Give us a call for mold remediation – we’ll handle mold safely for you.

In most cases we can fix the mold issue from one area of your home so that the rest of the house is not affected by spores or odor. Don’t put off getting rid of mold as it could be affecting your health. Call Restoration 1 now to get rid of mold in your San Antonio & Texas Hill Country home!

What Causes Mold In the First Place?

Mold is an organism that thrives on dampness and moisture – finding its favorite environment in homes with poor ventilation, leaks and high humidity levels. Damage from water damage, a fire, smoke or other event can create conditions favorable for mold growth if left untreated. Mold penetrates porous materials such as drywall, insulation, wallpaper and wood. It can even grow on hard surfaces such as tiles or countertops that have had standing water or are not routinely cleaned.