Mold can be destructive to your property and your health that is an

insidious and often hidden problem for your home and business, and

it can do more than just spread and be unsightly. If you’ve discovered

the presence of mold inside your Central Indiana property, the last

thing you’ll want to do is ignore it. Stopping water intrusions and moisture is crucial. Mold and mildew build up over time in damp areas. They are naturally occurring microorganisms that exist everywhere in our environment.  If mold is not visible and obvious, a musty smell or the peeling, bubbling or discoloration of drywall and wallpaper can serve as warning signs. Left untreated, mold can impact the health of those exposed to it, especially those with allergies or asthma. Moreover, the longer mold sits on your property, the more damage it has the potential to cause. Mold spores can cause allergic reactions, asthma attacks, chronic sinus problems, poisoning by mycotoxins and fungal infections. The problems can extend to fatigue and depression.

One of the most common mold removal misconceptions is that “you can just clean it yourself”. But the truth is that it takes a professional to properly analyze the situation and find the source and type of mold. If you plan to clean up the mold yourself, you will want to research mold and methods of mold remediation. You will also want to research mold remediation companies if you plan to hire somebody. Mold tends to grow in damp areas but can grow anywhere.

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If mold has invaded your property, contact Blue River Restoration, LLC at once. Our mold remediation team has the tools and experience to assess your mold problem and recommend an effective solution for eliminating it.

When you call on us, we will:

  1. Identify sources of mold on your property

  2. Treat mold-infested areas

  3. Employ measures to prevent your mold problem from recurring


Don’t let a mold problem fester when Elite Remediation can help. For more information about our mold remediation services or to schedule an appointment, call us today: (317) 997-4305

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Common Areas For Mold Growth

  • Walls and ceilings

  • Porous materials such as carpets and upholstery

  • Water sources

  • Appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators, and laundry machines

  • AC units, vents, and windows

  • Around the toilet and the bathtub

  • On the walls near the boiler or the water heater

  • Between the tiles

  • On the bathroom mat

  • In the toothbrush holders

  • On overused towels that are frequently put away wet

Mold can appear in pretty much any room inside of our homes. While most people believe that it’s contained inside bathrooms, kitchens, and basements — places that often abound in stagnant water — that’s not always the case. Still, those rooms are definitely the first places you should check: so let’s begin with the bathroom.