EHI Mold Remediation, Baltimore Maryland Water Damage Restoration

EHI Mold Remediation Inc. has been providing mold inspections and mold remediation services since 1997 throughout Baltimore County Maryland & Baltimore City including Owings Mills, Catonsville, Cockeysville, Parkton, Perry Hall, Pikesville, Arbutus, Butler, Dundalk, Essex, Garrison, Glyndon, Hereford, Hunt Valley, Lutherville, Middle River, Millford Mill, Mt. Washington, Canton, Federal Hill, Fells Point, Randallstown, Reisterstown, Rosedale, Sparks, Sparrows Point, Edgemere, Timonium, Towson, White Marsh, Windsor Mill, Woodlawn and other parts of Maryland.

Baltimore County MD mold remediation clients include real estate agents, home inspectors assisting with real estate transactions, homeowners, banks with foreclosed & vacant properties, commercial businesses and more. Mold in a house is caused by moisture that comes from a wide variety of problems including floods, water seeping into walls or basement, leaking roof, broken pipes in ceiling or wall, overflowing toilets, leaking toilets, showers or tubs. If you suspect mold call or email for an inspection before it continues to spread through the house.

Signs of Mold Include:

  • Mold Spots On Ceiling
  • Mold Spots Around Windows
  • Mold Spots On Walls
  • Hardwood Floor Buckling
  • Damp or Musty Odors

EHI Services Include:

  • Mold Inspections
  • Mold Remediation
  • Flood & Water Damage Restoration
  • Fire Restoration
  • Smoke Restoration
  • Water Extraction
  • Wet, Moldy Carpet Removal
  • Moldy Drywall, Ceiling Tile Removal
  • Insurance Work
  • Emergency Service Available
  • Environmentally Friendly Products
EHI Mold Remediation Baltimore County MD Trucks

Description of work: Basement mold remediation and basement water sealing.
“ Ivelin came to the house within a day or two of contacting him, he did a very thorough job assessing water sources, drainage, seepage through the unsealed cinderblocks, humidity, and mold in the 2200sqft basement. He also spent more time than any other company and allocated time to just talk. He was very informative and very courteous and friendly. The estimate was within the same price ranges of our other estimates, so we went with him because he took the time to inform as well as describe in complete detail his plan in a very informative and friendly manner. He even gave us a lot of great advice about problem water sources for which we acted upon. We felt like he took full ownership of the basement and the mold issue. Ivelin and his team arrived on time all days. The first day they sealed off the basement, brought in four to five air scrubbers, and began clearing out the basement. They started cleaning, scrubbing, vacuuming, and treating every single inch of the floor, walls, support structures, joists, and wood. This process went on for 3 days before going into the sealing phase. They worked with me on a good color for the basement walls, then they tinted the Drylock sealer and began to paint. Their paint job was very well done, no spills, drips, or blotches anywhere, and it was thorough and clean. After the paint job it took 48 hours for them to collect the sample to submit to the lab for analysis. The report came back with extremely good results, and then we inspected and saw the results of their work. It looked extremely clean, and the air was really clean–minus the residual smell of the Drylock. There were some areas where the paint did not stick that well on the porous cinderblocks so that wall seemed patchy and appeared as though it had a light application. It had rained the night before and I also found a small area which looked humid. I called Ivelin and asked him if he had any left-over paint I could use to over these areas. Instead, he showed up the next day with a full painting crew and added another coating to the walls–to the entire basement and not just the problem areas. He then left residual paint for any touch ups. Drylock requires two coats at 5 gallons per 500sqft for the 15 year warranty. Drylock is about $183 per 5 gallon, so it’s not cheap. Our walls required ~11 gallons for each coat, and 22 total. He used over 30 gallons since we already had one room coated prior to him starting his work. His crew worked very well, and were very clean. They came to the job site, did their work, then left without any issues. My only concern, for which I spoke to them about, was on the usage of PPE. When working with the Drylock they used the air scubbers to vent the gases but it really didn’t do much for the smells. I think that the masks they were using weren’t really good for painting, but I’m not the expert, and were only HEPA and for mold remediation. Anyway, overall extremely happy. I asked Ivelin if his company did any other type of work for which i could hire him for–unfortunately, he focused only on mold remediation. Finally, I really enjoyed working with Ivelin.”

Angies List Review – 4/28/2018