PuroClean offers mold removal services to stem the tide of mold, as well as cleaning and sanitization, including mold odor removal to restore your home or business to its original condition. Removal of mold can be a serious endeavor, and PuroClean has the expertise and technology for the job.
PuroClean’s mold remediation professionals begin by restoring the affected area to normal conditions and then shift their attention to mold odor removal. Our professional deodorization techniques will leave your home or business fully restored and help avoid recurrences. We understand your requirements. It’s our job. We can provide a complete estimate, including photos, to the agent or adjuster within 24-48 hours. Our commitment to excellence includes you, which means that you can expect effective, ongoing communication and reporting from us.
Each independently owned and operated PuroClean office works with indoor environmental professionals (IEPs) and laboratories in an effort to protect you and your family from potentially dangerous mold situations. PuroClean professionals are trained and ready to mitigate mold losses and meet every challenge with professionalism, reliability, compassion, and respect.
After our water tank leaked and flooded the finished basement, we called PuroClean. Within twenty-four hours their crew had placed all of your furniture into a Pod in the driveway and the carpet, [...]
ANDY, CUSTOMER, NARRAGANSETT
Best in class Disaster Recovery specialist. We manage an 8-Family building in Pawtucket that had a main sewer line burst. Not only did Puroclean respond quickly and remove the raw sewage out, they [...]
JIM, PROPERTY MANAGER, PAWTUCKET
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