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Your Guide to Filing an Insurance Claim for Mold Damage

A mold problem in your home can cause major damage to your property and create serious health issues for you and your loved ones. Before you schedule a professional mold treatment, however, you will want to make sure that you get in touch with your insurance company. With assistance from a contractor that offers mold cleanup in Baltimore, you can file a mold damage claim before your treatment. To help you get ready for mold removal on your property, here is a look at what you need to know about filing an insurance claim for mold damage. water - damage - coverage

Assess the Damage

Prior to filing your mold damage insurance claim, it is a good idea to take the time to properly assess the amount of damage that has occurred in your home. Your mold remediation specialists will be able to provide you with a detailed report of the extent of the mold throughout your property. With this report in hand, you will be ready to communicate clearly with your insurance company

Review Your Insurance Policy

After you have taken the time to assess the mold damage to your property, you will want to review the terms and conditions of your insurance policy. While some types of homeowners insurance provide coverage for mold damage, others do not. It may be necessary to document the source of the mold problem in order to file your claim. Your insurance policy’s declaration page will outline all of the information that you need to understand your coverage.

Contact an Insurance Agent

The final step of filing an insurance claim for your home is to get in touch with an agent at your insurance company. Your agent will collect information from you about the scale of your mold damage, as well as your intended course of repairs. Once your claim has been filed, you will be ready to start the cleanup process. Typically, your insurance company can provide you with coverage towards all or most of the costs associated with your mold repairs.
The Mold Dr. - Mold Remediation and Construction Services, Inc.
Mold Remediation in Baltimore
Located at P.O. Box 34338, Balitmore, MD 21221.
Phone: (410) 935-0874.
Website: http://www.themolddr.com.

Free 10-Point Mold Diagnosis! Only Takes a Minute!
Call Us to Start Protecting Your Home Today!


(410) 935-0874

Certified Mold Remediator - CMR # 14450
Certified Residential Mold Inspector - CRMI # 14494
Certified Commercial Mold Inspector - CCMI # 17938
Licensed Home Improvement Contractor - MHIC # 129958

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