Indoor-Restore offers mold removal and mold remediation services to Garden Grove, and the greater Los Angeles, California area. We specialize in all aspects of mold identification, mold removal, decontamination, and restoration, for private residences as well as large corporate and factory settings.

With the second highest population concentration of any city in the nation, Garden Grove, California is a cluttered housing market. Nearly 43 percent of the city’s housing is made up of rentals. Home to the popular Strawberry Festival, one of the largest festivals in the US, Garden Grove was listed by CNN Money as one of the top 100 places to live in the US, and is home to one of the largest Vietnamese populations in the nation. The catch, however, is that houses are virtually built on top of one another, and many of them are long term rentals. Garden Grove’s high population concentration, combined with its crowded rental market, make the city prime for mold problems, which find ideal growing conditions in the hot climates of Southern California.

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Indoor-Restore Environmental Services offers both mold inspection and damage remediation services.

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Our trained field specialists follow a rigorous protocol to identify water and mold issues, clean the mold, remove contaminated materials, and if needed, return the property to as good as new. Before any estimate is made, it’s best to have a professional mold inspection done to verify the problem. Indoor-Restore features both mold inspection and testing, as well as mold removal and remediation. First, our mold inspection specialists take a sample of the suspected fungi to verify that mold has contaminated the property. We also conduct indoor air quality (IAQ) sampling in order to spot mold growths invisible to the naked eye. All mold inspection and testing is done through a third party lab. If mold is confirmed, mold removal and remediation is critical. Spores left to brood can aggravate allergies, cause or worsen asthma, and cause serous breathing issues.


As part of the removal and remediation process, we seal off the contaminated area within a plastic containment system. This prevents spores from cross-contaminating other areas of the property during the cleaning process. The area is then vented with a HEPA filter to create a vacuum that traps air borne spores within the filter. Air sent through the filter is completely free of mold.

Any material infected with the mold is then removed. This could include drywall, ceiling tile, carpeting, and insulation- anything that shows the presence of mold. The entire area is then HEPA vacuumed, including the insides of walls where mold may have spread. A treatment of biocide is then applied to completely kill off any remaining fungi.


Following the biocide aspect of the mold removal and remediation process, an encapsulant seals the surfaces to prevent moisture and ensure the mold does not return. Once the area has been encapsulated, all surfaces are HEPA vacuumed and again treated with a biocide solution to ensure all mold has been eradicated.

During the decontamination process, air borne spores are vacuumed through the HEPA filter, and vented to the outside. The final step in the mold removal and remediation procedure is taking samples within the decontaminated area to ensure all mold has been removed. All clearance samples are sent to a 3rd party laboratory for processing to ensure the integrity of each test. Only when results confirm the area is completely free of mold is a Certificate of Clearance issued.

Because of this controlled and rigorous mold removal process, Indoor-Restore can confidently stand behind our mold removal warranty. We guarantee mold will not return to the property for the next decade.

Every step of the mold removal process is explained in detail by our certified mold remediation technicians, who undergo continual on the job training.  Indoor-Restore stands apart from other mold inspection and mold removal companies because of the rigorous training our technicians regularly undergo. They are re-evaluated on a quarterly basis, and undergo certification twice annually.

We feature one of the most extensive field training programs in the industry for all our staff members. Every one of our staff is knowledgeable and can answer your questions about any step of the process. All aspects of our services is regularly verified for integrity.

The hot conditions of Southern California, and Garden Grove in particular, are perfect breeding grounds for mold. Spores tend to take root during the wet months of January and February when humidity is high. As the summer months approach, with temperatures well into the 90s, those spores can explode into serious mold infestations that must be dealt with immediately. The longer they grow, the more damage they cause and the more dangerous they become. Call Indoor-Restore today to take care of your mold problem immediately. We serve Garden Grove, and greater Los Angeles region of Southern California.

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