Residential & Commercial Property Insurance Claims

Mold Damage

Mold simply requires moisture to grow. Florida’s humid climate is the perfect environment for mold not only to grow, but thrive. This can really be a problem for homeowners and property owners in general, especially during hurricane season. Dark and damp corners as well as surrounding areas are areas vulnerable to mold growth, as well as any water damaged or flood damaged areas. If your property has been damaged by water or flood damage avoid encouraging mold growth and mold damages by mitigating the damages. Call us now at (305) 542-5999 to schedule a free inspection and receive assistance in mitigating damages, filing a mold damage claim, getting in contact with mold damage experts and other experts who offer services relevant to your claim. If you have a mold related emergency, call us now at (305) 542-5999 Mold Damage Tips

Early action is the number one defense against mold damages as mold can pose a health threat to infants and those sensitive to infection. Symptoms can include irritated nasal passage, throat, eyes, skin, and gums. In favorable conditions Mold will begin to grow within 24 hours and spreads through spores which get circulated with air conditioning units. Call us as soon as you have detected mold on your property, or if you have experienced recent water or flood damage.

Mold Damage insurance claim needed to be filed when the following appear :

  • Ceiling damage
  • Water heater bursts
  • Broken drain lines
  • Mold damage
  • Broken angle stops
  • A/C Unit leaking

Looking to re-open old claims or file supplemental claims? We can help!
Call Florida Public Adjusting at (305) 542-5999 to schedule a free damage inspection for best results. For more information, check out The Claims Process page.

If there is a mold damage in your property and you are about to file an insurance claim please call to Florida Public Adjusting today (305) 542-5999

Bring all your paperwork. Once you’ve knocked out step 1, you’ll need to gather all the documentation to support your case. It’s important that you understand this is a VERY important step in the process and that the more documentation you can pull together, the better. This includes your original insurance policy and local laws pertaining to insurance claims, as well as any other supplemental stipulations and guidelines. Rest assured that you don’t need to be an expert in interpreting these technical documents, however. That’s what businesses like FLAPA are here for. That’s why we have a great public adjuster Florida team We’ll sort through all your paperwork, make sense of the laws, examine the fine print and come up with the best course of action for your claim moving forward.