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Hurricane Who? Howard County mold services are here to help!

Peake Restoration is having a great summer, and we hope you are too! Summer 2018 may be winding down, but it’s not over yet—while everyone is still flipping burgers on the grill, laying out in the sun, or enjoying a cold drink at the beach, some might forget that Hurrica­­ne Season is still in full swing. This means there is still plenty of time for Hurricane Whoever to crash the party and leave a wet, moldy, and nasty impression on your home—potentially putting your family’s health at risk.

When you come to Peake Restoration, you get true industry professionals who provide all Howard County mold services. We use a 27-year-old technique that eliminates the nastiest mold from your home. From mold testing, to mold mediation, to restoration, to moisture testing, we surpass all mold industry standards while using the best nontoxic, environmentally safe, EPA and USDA-approved products.

Every home needs quality air to breath, especially during the hot and humid months of summer. Sometimes, Howard County mold services might be hard to come by when you’re looking for the best—that’s why our team of mold professionals is ready to head out to your Howard County home. Whether you’re in Columbia, Ellicott City, Clarksville, or any other surrounding area, Peake Restoration will come to you within 24 hours of testing. We make sure mold damage is completely eliminated, leaving you assured that the health of your family is in good hands—including your pets.

If you’re in need of Howard County mold services to remind Hurricane Whoever they’re not invited to the family B-B-Q this summer, give us a call. Peake Restoration has a full team of certified mold professionals—licensed, experienced, and insured contractors. Make sure you ask about our Senior Citizen & Veteran discounts, and let’s schedule a mold test today!

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