Insurance Issues related to Coverage

How The Mold Man LLC Can Help?

Many home insurance policies do not cover costs associated with mold removal. It’s recommended to check and see if you are covered in the event of mold, especially if you live in a flood zone. If you are not covered, our team of experienced mold removal specialists can assist you in the process to make sure the cost of remediation is manageable and all of the requirements are fulfilled. 

Our professional mold removal specialists follow the latest industry safety standards throughout the process while effectively removing mold and its spores from your home or building. We’ll work hard to resolve the mold issue correctly the first time, saving you thousands of dollars in potential future problems when DIY methods fail. 

Signs of Mold in your home.  

Smelly crawlspace 

One of the most obvious signs of problems related to your home’s crawl space are various types of odors. There are different problems which produce unpleasant odors in a crawlspace, but the exact source of the bad smell can only be identified after learning the conditions inside the crawl space.  

If there is a bad smell in your home’s basement or crawlspace, please contact the crawlspace professionals at The Mold Man LLC. 

Moisture and humidity 

If your crawl space is vented, high humidity or water from the external environment can easily find its way into your home. High humidity in the crawlspace can cause excess moisture to collect via condensation. Mold can grow in areas that are affected by the moisture and as a result, an unpleasant odor is produced.  


Mold is a type of fungus which thrives in dark, damp places. When the air inside the crawl space is humid, mold can grow in the crawlspace. Boxes, wooden joists, walls and other surfaces can host a mold colony. Mold is widely-known as a health hazard. The mycotoxins released by mold can be harmful to your respiratory system. Whenever mold is detected in the crawlspace, the homeowner should contact The Mold Man LLC. Our crawlspace professionals can quickly remove mold from your crawlspace.  

Decaying wood 

When a crawlspace is affected by mold growth, the wooden structures inside are likely to be affected. Mold is capable of subjecting wooden structures, including the wood beams and joists of the foundation, to decay. When wooden structures and other organic materials start to decay, an unpleasant odor is produced. Besides the unpleasant odor, decaying wood clearly is an issue with regard to the structural stability of your home. Contact TMM today if you believe odors in your basement or crawlspace indicate more serious problems for your foundation.