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Valor Mold Removal Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 13 customer reviews

Map of Vienna, VA

Luca




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Excellent service.


Map of Oakton, VA

A gem in a sketchy industry




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David is exactly what we needed. A smart, thoughtful, experienced, and unbiased opinion to help us deal with an issue we are having. Thank you,David.


Map of Fairfax, VA

Personal and Professional




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Representative is courteous, on time, and willing to share information about mold problems to an uninformed customer. It has been a very pleasant experience, well worth the price paid.


Map of Bethesda, MD

Excellent consultation




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Teddy was very helpful in the initial consultation and shared the good news that we don’t need their services. He provided practical steps to fix the problem on our own and offered to be of service in the future. Highly recommend!


Map of Reston, VA

Excellent service




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Teddy was professional, thorough, and very helpful. We trusted his assessment. Highly recommend him


Map of Alexandria, VA

Great service! Ultimate professionals




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Second time using Valor. Consistently maintain the highest professional standards. Appreciate their focus on transparency and communicating with the client. Highly recommend.


Map of Reston, VA

Professionals who follow the science!




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Working with David Myrick and his professional staff was a pleasure. From estimates to scheduling to execution and follow-up, they were knowledgeable, courteous, cooperative, flexible, thorough, and a delight to work with. Their work was high quality, inclusive, precise, and complete. They showed up when promised, did the work and cleaned up completely, and then tested the results. I was thoroughly satisfied with their work and would without hesitation recommend them to anyone. Did they cost a little more? Yes, but when interviewing several highly-rated companies, I found a great range of competence and care. Valor Mold Removal was top of the line, noticeably better and more competent and thorough than the others. It paid off in the final result of a superb job well done.


Map of Chantilly, VA

Teddy was great. Thank you!




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Map of Fairfax, VA

Extremely knowledgeable




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Explained process thououghly..


Map of Bethesda, MD

Honest , thorough service !




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David, the owner of Valor, visited our home in May. He explained everything he was doing thoroughly and seemed very honest, had some great tips , and did not push us to do unnecessary remediation which others might have.


Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible: - on the ceiling of the finished attic playroom (but none in the attic bedroom or HVAC closet) - some of the contents in the knee wall storage closets - the ceiling of one of the storage closets (the closet directly behind the stairs, mold is on the ceiling behind the fluorescent light). The source is dew point/condensation from air leakage/inadequate insulation.

Near Western Ave NW, Washington, DC 20015
Washington, DC - Mold is visible:
- on the ceiling of the finished attic playroom (but none in the attic bedroom or HVAC closet)
- some of the contents in the knee wall storage closets
- the ceiling of one of the storage closets (the closet directly behind the stairs, mold is on the ceiling behind the fluorescent light).
The source is dew point/condensation from air leakage/inadequate insulation.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible: - on the ceiling of the main level hall bathroom. The source of this mold is unknown but I believe it is tied to the bathroom above. The walls are believed to be plaster and not drywall. - on the ceiling of the 2nd level bedroom. There is no visible mold growth but there is severe water damage from a roof leak (it has been fixed).

Near Saul Rd, Kensington, MD 20895
Kensington, MD - Mold is visible:
- on the ceiling of the main level hall bathroom. The source of this mold is
unknown but I believe it is tied to the bathroom above. The walls are believed to be plaster and not drywall.
- on the ceiling of the 2nd level bedroom. There is no visible mold growth but there is severe water damage from a roof leak (it has been fixed).
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible: - main level pool room ceiling and walls. The source is high humidity overall and dew point where the HVAC ducts run across the ceiling. The permanent fix is to have a building performance company assess the situation and fix all air leaks, inadequate insulation and keep humidity under 55%. - main level office ceiling. The source is a leak from the 2nd level bathroom above (leak repaired) - basement gym ceiling. The source is the clothes dryer was exhausting into the gym ceiling cavity. Someone knocked a hole into the paneling on an exterior wall and it looks like mold on the backside of the paneling.

Near N River St, McLean, VA 22101
McLean, VA - Mold is visible:
- main level pool room ceiling and walls. The source is high humidity overall and dew point where the HVAC ducts run across the ceiling. The permanent fix is to have a building performance company assess the situation and fix all air leaks, inadequate insulation and keep humidity under 55%.
- main level office ceiling. The source is a leak from the 2nd level bathroom above (leak repaired)
- basement gym ceiling. The source is the clothes dryer was exhausting into the gym ceiling cavity. Someone knocked a hole into the paneling on an exterior wall and it looks like mold on the backside of the paneling.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

The skylight in bedroom has a leak and caused the ceiling in the hallway to be discolored and the master bedroom closet ceiling and wall. A handyman tore out the plaster in the bedroom hallway ceiling and revealed mold on the wood framing and lathe.

Near Monroe St NW, Washington, DC 20010
Washington, DC - The skylight in bedroom has a leak and caused the ceiling in the hallway to be discolored and the master bedroom closet ceiling and wall.
A handyman tore out the plaster in the bedroom hallway ceiling and revealed mold on the wood framing and lathe.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible on the trusses and sheathing where the main roof meets the sun room's roof.

Near Allan Terrace, Bethesda, MD 20816
Bethesda, MD - Mold is visible on the trusses and sheathing where the main roof meets the sun room's roof.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

-There was previously mold growth and water damage in the 2nd level office. This was remediated by a different company. The water had continued to leak in and there is currently high moisture readings in the drywall that is there now. There is also mold growth visible on the furring strips that the client says previous mold remediation company did not remove (drywall was since replaced). There is likely more mold growth on the back of the new drywall. -In the basement there is some small areas of mold growth on the foundation wall from what appears to be drainage/grading issues. There is also a small area of growth on the overhead framing above the water heater from a poorly sealed pipe exit on the exterior wall.

Near Farragut Pl NE, Washington, DC 20017
Washington, DC - -There was previously mold growth and water damage in the 2nd level office. This was remediated by a different company. The water had continued to leak in and there is currently high moisture readings in the drywall that is there now. There is also mold growth visible on the furring strips that the client says previous mold remediation company did not remove (drywall was since replaced). There is likely more mold growth on the back of the new drywall.
-In the basement there is some small areas of mold growth on the foundation wall from what appears to be drainage/grading issues. There is also a small area of growth on the overhead framing above the water heater from a poorly sealed pipe exit on the exterior wall.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Appointment scheduled for an InstaScope assessment to assess air quality in the home. However, the affected areas are: - Main level foyer and foyer closet - Water damaged walls and hardwood floor - Basement rec room - Visibly moldy baseboard along the front and side exterior walls. Water damaged carpet and ceiling. The backside of the wall is visibly moldy as seen from the HVAC room - Basement hallway - Drywall is visibly moldy as seen from the HVAC room

Near Pace Ct, Woodbridge, VA 22193
Woodbridge, VA - Appointment scheduled for an InstaScope assessment to assess air quality in the home. 
However, the affected areas are:
- Main level foyer and foyer closet - Water damaged walls and hardwood floor
- Basement rec room - Visibly moldy baseboard along the front and side exterior walls. Water damaged carpet and ceiling. The backside of the wall is visibly moldy as seen from the HVAC room
- Basement hallway - Drywall is visibly moldy as seen from the HVAC room
Teddy D.

Teddy D.

Inspecting a basement that was affected by a flood due to the hurricane rains earlier this year. It is crucial to keep exterior drains clear and if necessary upgraded in order to prevent the exterior drainage systems from being overwhelmed.

Near E Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20019
Washington, DC - Inspecting a basement that was affected by a flood due to the hurricane rains earlier this year. It is crucial to keep exterior drains clear and if necessary upgraded in order to prevent the exterior drainage systems from being overwhelmed.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

InstaScope assessment completed to assess the air quality. All the rooms tested came back in the green.

Near Democracy Ln, Fairfax, VA 22030
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Water damage in the main level living room wall from a leaking pipe. This leak was going on for several weeks before the leak was discovered. A handyman cut away the wall in the living room to reveal the pipe and sections in the basement media and bedroom. The wall studs in the living room look visibly moldy. The overhead subfloor is visibly moldy between media room and bedroom. The S500 Water Damage Standard says bacteria, mold and pathogens grow in porous material after 3 days. This leak went on much longer than that since mold takes at least 10-14 days to become visible.

Near White Post Ct, Rockville, MD 20854
Rockville, MD - Water damage in the main level living room wall from a leaking pipe. This leak was going on for several weeks before the leak was discovered. A handyman cut away the wall in the living room to reveal the pipe and sections in the basement media and bedroom. The wall studs in the living room look visibly moldy. The overhead subfloor is visibly moldy between media room and bedroom. The S500 Water Damage Standard says bacteria, mold and pathogens grow in porous material after 3 days. This leak went on much longer than that since mold takes at least 10-14 days to become visible.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Vacant property that had ruined kitchen floors and flood from a leak on the 2nd floor - basement ceiling had visible mold on the overhead sub floor.

Near Woodleigh Ln, Stafford, VA 22556
Stafford, VA - Vacant property that had ruined kitchen floors and flood from a leak on the 2nd floor - basement ceiling had visible mold on the overhead sub floor.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible on the tack strips and walls of the basement guest bedroom. The carpet and padding also have a moldy odor. The mold is found on both: - the walls of the bedroom closet. The cause is an issue with negative grading outside. - the bedroom walls that adjoin the bathroom. The cause was a flood that had occurred in the bathroom but the bathroom appears to be free of mold.

Near Warbler Ln, McLean, VA 22101
McLean, VA - Mold is visible on the tack strips and walls of the basement guest bedroom. The carpet and padding also have a moldy odor. The mold is found on both:
- the walls of the bedroom closet. The cause is an issue with negative grading outside.
- the bedroom walls that adjoin the bathroom. The cause was a flood that had occurred in the bathroom but the bathroom appears to be free of mold.
Teddy D.

Teddy D.

Inspecting mold in a hall closet. The mold growth was caused by condensation. Condensation can be a tricky issue to remedy but is usually caused by a few specific underlying issues. These issues can be, but are not limited to, lack of insulation, too much humidity, and/or air leakage causing drywall to become too cold. The air leak can be both from outdoors during the winter or from an HVAC duct.

Near MD-190, Bethesda, MD 20816
Bethesda, MD - Inspecting mold in a hall closet. The mold growth was caused by condensation. Condensation can be a tricky issue to remedy but is usually caused by a few specific underlying issues. These issues can be, but are not limited to, lack of insulation, too much humidity, and/or air leakage causing drywall to become too cold. The air leak can be both from outdoors during the winter or from an HVAC duct.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible in the basement: -Bathroom in the linen closet on the exterior wall and the wall adjoining the hall closet. -In the hall closet there is no visible mold but there is high moisture readings on the wall adjoining the bathroom and the exterior wall (only approx. 1 ft down the exterior wall).

Near Birch St, Alexandria, VA 22305
Alexandria, VA - Mold is visible in the basement:
-Bathroom in the linen closet on the exterior wall and the wall adjoining the hall closet. 
-In the hall closet there is no visible mold but there is high moisture readings on the wall adjoining the bathroom and the exterior wall (only approx. 1 ft down the exterior wall).
David M.

David M.

InstaScope mold testing appointment. Finally found a house that looks in great shape for a mold sensitized client that’s been looking for 2 years. I hope she gets the house. Just a few problems. Here’s a picture of discolored boards in the attic that could be mold growth.

Near 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20008
Washington, DC - InstaScope mold testing appointment. Finally found a house that looks in great shape for a mold sensitized client that’s been looking for 2 years. I hope she gets the house. Just a few problems. Here’s a picture of discolored boards in the attic that could be mold growth.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

From the access panel in the 2nd level guest bedroom, visible mold is seen on the backside of the 2nd level hall bathroom drywall (the drywall behind the shower tile). The source is unknown but looks like a past water leak.

Near Old Canal Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
Potomac, MD - From the access panel in the 2nd level guest bedroom, visible mold is seen on the backside of the 2nd level hall bathroom drywall (the drywall behind the shower tile). The source is unknown but looks like a past water leak.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

There are small spots of mold on the ceiling of the living room (at the end of the staircase to go upstairs). The source appears to be in active trickle leak coming from the bathroom above.

Near Blueridge Ave, Wheaton-Glenmont, MD 20902
Wheaton-Glenmont, MD - There are small spots of mold on the ceiling of the living room (at the end of the staircase to go upstairs). The source appears to be in active trickle leak coming from the bathroom above.
David M.

David M.

InstaScope mold testing appointment for a client looking to purchase a house. Heavy black mold found inside HVAC unit and mold underneath carpet in the basement were the major finds. Also found other minor details.

Near Charleston Terrace NW, Washington, DC 20007
Washington, DC - InstaScope mold testing appointment for a client looking to purchase a house. Heavy black mold found inside HVAC unit and mold underneath carpet in the basement were the major finds. Also found other minor details.
David M.

David M.

InstaScope mold testing appointment at a Door Dash warehouse location. Mold counts were fine but there were some suspected areas of local mold growth where a roof leak happened. Fairly typical situation for flat roofs. Took a tape sample so waiting on test results. If it is mold, this would be a difficult project as the ceiling is 18’ tall

Near 4th St SE, Washington, DC 20003
Washington, DC - InstaScope mold testing appointment at a Door Dash warehouse location. Mold counts were fine but there were some suspected areas of local mold growth where a roof leak happened. Fairly typical situation for flat roofs. Took a tape sample so waiting on test results. If it is mold, this would be a difficult project as the ceiling is 18’ tall
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible on the furr down for the hvac ducting in the laundry room ceiling (furr down is like a boxed out section of ceiling that's framed with wood and wrapped in drywall). The cause of this seems to be moist air condensing on the hvac ducting and dripping onto the dry wall.

Near Arlington Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203
Arlington, VA - Mold is visible on the furr down for the hvac ducting in the laundry room ceiling (furr down is like a boxed out section of ceiling that's framed with wood and wrapped in drywall). The cause of this seems to be moist air condensing on the hvac ducting and dripping onto the dry wall.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

There are two crawl spaces (CS). One CS is 180 SF, has a concrete floor, was originally part of the garage until a recent remodel and its access door is in the garage. The other CS is 174 SF, has a dirt floor, NO vapor barrier and no access. There is a hole knocked into the foundation wall between the two CS but no one can fit through it. The hole needs to be enlarged or an access cut somewhere else. Roughly 32 SF of overhead insulation in the garage CS fell down and two spots (both roughly the size of a quarter) of visible mold on the overhead subfloor. No mold on the bottom of the joists in the dirt floor CS (from what could be seen from the hole in the wall) or on the bottom of the garage CS joists. However, no one knows how much mold is present on the joists/sub floor until all the insulation is removed and the dirt CS is accessible.

Near Redwood Ave, Bethesda, MD 20817
Bethesda, MD - There are two crawl spaces (CS). One CS is 180 SF, has a concrete floor, was originally part of the garage until a recent remodel and its access door is in the garage. The other CS is 174 SF, has a dirt floor, NO vapor barrier and no access. There is a hole knocked into the foundation wall between the two CS but no one can fit through it. The hole needs to be enlarged or an access cut somewhere else.
Roughly 32 SF of overhead insulation in the garage CS fell down and  two spots (both roughly the size of a quarter) of visible mold on the overhead subfloor. No mold on the bottom of the joists in the dirt floor CS (from what could be seen from the hole in the wall) or on the bottom of the garage CS joists. However, no one knows how much mold is present on the joists/sub floor until all the insulation is removed and the dirt CS is accessible.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible on the backside of a small section of drywall in the basement storage room. The mold is roughly 2' from the end of the wall (which adjoins the space under the stairs) and about 2' tall. The reason the mold grew is because of high humidity (when humidity rises above 60%). However other sections of visible drywall, contents and overhead framing/subfloor aren't visibly moldy so it's strange that only this section of drywall is moldy.

Near Thornbrooke Ct, Bristow, VA 20136
Bristow, VA - Mold is visible on the backside of a small section of drywall in the basement storage room. The mold is roughly 2' from the end of the wall (which adjoins the space under the stairs) and about 2' tall. The reason the mold grew is because of high humidity (when humidity rises above 60%). However other sections of visible drywall, contents and overhead framing/subfloor aren't visibly moldy so it's strange that only this section of drywall is moldy.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

InstaScope Assessment completed to assess the air quality of the home after a water leak. All areas came back in the green so airborne exposure to mold wasn’t elevated.

Near Wilton Hill Terrace, Alexandria, VA 22310
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Visible mold growth in the following areas: -In the guest bedroom on the walls adjoining the bathroom and water heater closet as well as on the floor. -In the bathroom on the walls adjoining the water heater closet and bedroom. -In the Hallway surrounding the water heater closet and on the floor next to the bathroom -The cause of the mold growth was a leak from the water heater however there also appears to be a breach in the caulking around the bathtub. This will allow water to seep into the wall cavity and cause further mold growth.

Near Villaridge Dr, Reston, VA 20191
Reston, VA - Visible mold growth in the following areas:
-In the guest bedroom on the walls adjoining the bathroom and water heater closet as well as on the floor.
-In the bathroom on the walls adjoining the water heater closet and bedroom.
-In the Hallway surrounding the water heater closet and on the floor next to the bathroom
-The cause of the mold growth was a leak from the water heater however there also appears to be a breach in the caulking around the bathtub. This will allow water to seep into the wall cavity and cause further mold growth.
Stacey K.

Stacey K.

Mold is visible on the overhead subfloor and floor joists in the basement mechanical room and crawl space. The source looks to be a leak around the chimney on the main level above (since repaired).

Near Dowden Downs Dr, Haymarket, VA 20169
Haymarket, VA - Mold is visible on the overhead subfloor and floor joists in the basement mechanical room and crawl space. The source looks to be a leak around the chimney on the main level above (since repaired).

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