Your Guide to Mold Damage and How to Get it Taken Care Of
While living in Florida has many perks, people fail to mention the number of thunderstorms and hurricanes we Floridians have to go through each year. While these are not always the worst situations to be in, we know what can come from the storms. Sometimes the rain passes and it’s no big deal, but other times water damage occurs and goes unnoticed. When this happens you are going to have some property damage to address, but what you might not realize is that you might also have some mold damage to address. When you fall victim to water damage you are also putting yourself at risk of mold damage. Mold loves warm, humid, and wet environments, making any water damaged location the perfect place for it to set up shop. The worst part too is, if you don’t know there is water damage then you won’t know there is mold damage until the harmful effects have kicked in. With mold, it usually takes people constantly coughing without sickness to realize something is up. By this point, the mold has grown enormously and has done quite the property damage. While this may be out of your control, you are still going to need to file a claim for it. But that’s the easy part, with All Claims Solutions on your side we will handle the entire claim for you.
Know the Facts
You may not know when mold damage has occurred but you can pick up hints of it when you know the facts. It’s important to recognize the signs of mold damage early on to prevent the mold removal bill from being as high and people getting sick. Some of the common signs there is mold are a musky odor in the house, coughing when you are not sick, and itchy eyes. Noticing all of this can tip you off and give you time to call someone to investigate your home for you. This way if there is mold you will know and be able to address it before it grows even more.
Call Your Claims Adjuster
Now that you know there is mold in the home you can take a look around the area that was affected, it’s time to take note of the damages. Mold usually grows on walls or the ceiling, making the note-taking process a little bit easier than if a bunch of items was to be damaged. However, it’s still important to have a claims adjuster take care of the claim as many insurance companies do not like to be too generous for mold damage. A claims adjuster will work hard to make sure your damage is fixed and compensated for, whereas, doing everything alone will give you less than satisfactory results. This is especially important if the water damage was what led to mold damage. The more damages that play a role in the mold, the more complicated the entire process is going to be. In this situation, you are going to want you All Claims Solutions representative on the case. Dealing with insurance companies is time consuming, confusing, and frustrating. All things you do not want to deal with when you are trying to figure out your next steps. This is especially true if your mold damage is making your loved ones sick, meaning you are probably looking for a place to stay until it has been fixed.
Don’t let the insurance companies tell you that mold damage is no big deal. Mold damage has the power to damage your home and your health, making it important to get resolved professionally and properly. While you can try and do this yourself, we recommend having one of our team members help you out. This way you can worry about the important things like your loved one’s health while we worry about filing the claim. Mold can be very stressful, especially if water damage has been occurring too. To keep the stress off your shoulders we will handle everything from start to finish, ensuring you see your damage fixed and handled. To learn more about our services and how to deal with mold damage, give us a call today at (855) 305-CLAIMS.