Columbus, Ohio Residential and Commercial Mold Services

Finding mold in your home can be scary, that’s where we come in.

360 Home Services will walk you through the process of how we identify, contain, and remove this potential threat from your home or work environment.

We take pride in our process because we understand the importance of feeling safe in your home or workspace.

Mold is a serious issue in homes because it can cause major health issues for you and your family.

The moment you notice mold formations in your house, you should get in touch with us. We follow the US Environmental Protection Agency guidelines and take the job of mold remediation seriously.

Mold spores (mycotoxins) grow in damp warm spaces. The spores are then released to float in the air looking for another perfect spot to multiply.


Mold Remediation Process:

  1. We will identify and remove all mold affected areas and create a detailed decontamination plan. We will then contain all the areas with mold and then follow industry recognized procedures to safely remove all mold.
  2. We create a humidity control plan. Mold grows in dark areas where too much moisture is present. We use dehumidifiers and air movers during the drying process.
  3. We will use a HEPA vacuum on all surfaces that will remove even the tiniest particulates to ensure complete removal of residual mold.
  4. We restore your home or business to pre-loss conditions. We piece together back any flooring, complete painting and reinstall your furniture. Your home will be good as new once we’re finished.

Actively growing mold damages the material it lives on. Mold affects humans in many ways. Call 360 Home Services today at 614.777.4700

Adverse Health Conditions from Mold

  • Chronic coughing or sneezing
  • Eye irritation
  • Sore nose or throat
  • Skin rashes
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Asthma
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Long term memory loss
  • Depression

Visit the CDC’s website to learn more on the adverse effects of mold in the home.

Small amounts of mold can be cleaned up by homeowners. Larger mold growths need to be performed by qualified, certified professionals.