Does it look like MOLD?

Mold Remediation


Bleach only makes a dent in your mold problem. Mold remediation is key!

Finding mold in your home brings a wide range of emotions.  Fear, disappointment and anger swells in homeowners the minute they realize what that “stuff” is.  St. Louis is fortunate to have a competent mold remediation firm in the area, ready to permanently solve your mold problems!

What is Mold?

Our Approach to Mold Remediation

Mold exists because of moisture. Remove the moisture and mold will be unable to grow. It sounds like a simple process, but for the average DIY homeowner finding the source of the moisture can be challenging. Water seepage through concrete foundations, improperly installed drip edges or even condensation are common when tracking down the root cause of a mold problem.

Troubleshooting Process

Over the years, our professionals have perfected their own water infiltration troubleshooting process. Our water infiltration experts have over 20 years of experience in mold remediation and have this process down to a science! Their process can quickly identify the source of the excess moisture and help to reduce the cost and downtime associated with a permanent repair.

Apex Restoration prides itself on the use of technology to assist our experts in identifying and eliminating mold growth in your home. While many restoration companies will need to open walls to determine the source of moisture, our experts try and use technology first. Bore scopes, thermal imaging scanners and other advanced tools are used to minimize the damage to your home yet still allow the specialist to inspect the obstructed area.

Leak Repair

When the source of the water has been identified, our specialists will start the restoration phase of your repair.  Water can soak into and destroy a much larger area than the source.  This usually leads to walls and exterior sections of the home being replaced.  Even a pinhole-sized hole in the right place can allow thousands of gallons of water to infiltrate and rot out large sections of your home!


The drying process is crucial for a permanent repair.  This step often involves opening up the affected area and using air, drying agents and pressure to extract as much moisture from the home as possible.  Without removing moisture from the home, mold will continue to cause problems and undermine your restoration efforts.

Internal Restoration

Once your home is repaired and dry, our experts will start the process of restoring your home to as-new condition.   Paint, drywall and other “seen” aspects of your home will be restored.  Soft- goods (such as furniture, carpeting, books and bedding) will be cleaned and made ready for use.  Air ducts will be scrubbed and cleaned of any and all mold spores.  Deodorization and odor elimination will also be performed during this step, ensuring a clean environment.

Air Testing

Since excessive mold can cause health problems for your family, air quality is an extremely important part of the process.  Air quality specialists will take samples of the air in your home and report on the findings.  Once the reports come back within specifications, your home will be handed back to you!

How to get rid of mold?

While it may look like a simple DIY project, mold remediation is challenging for homeowners and experts alike. Troubleshooting, repairing and restoring your home to like-new condition is what drives Apex Restoration to be the best local mold remediation company in St. Louis!



Our customers say it best!

  • "They had us boarded up within an hour after I called. Apex did a wonderful job bringing my family back to normal!"
    Tammy S. Fenton, Missouri
  • "When a tornado took the roof off our house, we were devistated! My wife and kids couldn't believe it! Apex was in the area and took care of us. We were the first house on our block done!"
    Chuck Sowell, O'Fallon, Mo
  • "We are so thankful to have found you and your company! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!"
    Marlyn F. Pond, Missouri
  • "I was expecting a huge headache, but Apex worked directly with my insurance company to restore our dream home better than before!"
    Thomas L. Sweet Arcadia, Missouri

Stop the water

Mold needs moisture to grow. With a low moisture content, mold will have a hard time getting established!

Remove the moisture

Mold can grow on anything that was alive: wood, paper, carpet, etc. Mold also needs moisture to survive. Once your home is dry, mold cannot grow!


Mold remediation often means tearing apart walls to get to the source of the problem. Since your home is now dry, we can rebuild and beautify!


Now that your home is back to normal, we want you to feel good about bringing your family back home. Air quality reports will be furnished upon request. Enjoy!

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