Mold & Moisture Solutions

As a Building Science company, we apply expert knowledge to investigate, diagnose, and repair mold and moisture problems. Often times, the cause(s) of excessive moisture are not obvious. Excess moisture in a home can be a result of water intrusion, foundation leaks, insufficient ventilation, etc.

Our inspectors and technicians are trained to identify and correct any problems with moisture affecting your home or place of business. Using moisture meters, IR cameras, and Building Science knowledge, we can confidently provide a sustainable solution to any mold situation.

Mold & Moisture Assessments

Certified Mold Inspections with Ensign Building Solutions using Moisture Meters and IR Cameras.
Certified Mold Inspections with Ensign Building Solutions using Moisture Meters and IR Cameras.
Certified Mold Inspections with Ensign Building Solutions using Moisture Meters and IR Cameras.

Common Causes of Mold Growth

High Relative Humidity

Relative Humidity (RH) is the amount of moisture in the air relative to the temperature. When RH exceeds approximately 65%, there is enough moisture in the air for mold to grow.

Water Leaks

Water intrudes from windows, doors, siding, roof, exterior walls, etc.

Plumbing & Fixture Failures

Pipe bursts, clogged drain, leaking faucet, running toilet, leaking water heater, etc.

Appliance Malfunction

Overflow or a leak from a dishwasher, washing machine, refrigerator water line, etc.

Mold growing around a window due to a moisture problem.

Mold Remediation Dacula Georgia

Ensign Building Solutions provides mold testing and mold remediation in Dacula, Georgia. Our technicians are experts in finding and removing mold from within homes. They have proper training and are fully equipped with the most advanced tools to go into any situation and perform mold restoration. Whether indoors, outdoors, in basements, attics, or in crawlspaces, we remove any kind of mold, including black mold, and provide complete mold restoration to your home.

Mold Inspection

Our technicians perform a professional mold inspection in your home or business


We utilize strategic containment methods to prohibit cross-contamination through the spread of mold spores

Mold Removal

We use environmentally friendly anti-microbial agents to protect your home from future mold growth

Containment barriers for mold remediation by Ensign Building Solutions
Free Mold Inspection

Address Must be located in

Mold Inspections | Mold Remediation

Ensign Building Solutions is Your Trusted Leader in expert Mold Removal and Restoration

MICRO & ACAC Certified
Certified Mold Inspector
Structural Mold Investigator
Micro Certification Badge

Commercial Mold Remediation

Dacula, Georgia

In as little as 48 hours, mold can begin spreading throughout your place of business. Mold in your place of business should be handled by a professional immediately. Ensign will restore your place of business back to a healthy environment with little to no impact on your business operations.

Commercial Mold & Moisture Services

Mold Inspection & Testing
  • Inspection of your building by one of our certified mold inspectors
  • Air sample testing upon request
  • Develop a comprehensive mold remediation plan with you
Mold Removal & Remediation
  • Removing visible Mold from all affected surfaces
  • Investigate and resolve any underlying moisture issues causing mold growth to prevent future issues
Mold Damage Restoration
  • Perform structural drying with the most advanced drying and dehumidification equipment
  • Repair or replace damaged structures.

Mold & Moisture Resources

Mold & Moisture Frequently Asked Questions

Does Bleach Kill Mold?

Bleach is not an effective way to kill mold on porous surfaces. It only kills the surface mold, leaving the roots behind to grow back.

  • Bleach is a common household cleaner that is often used to kill mold. However, it is not effective at killing mold on porous surfaces, such as wood, drywall, and carpet. This is because bleach only kills the surface mold, not the roots. The roots of mold are what attach it to the surface and allow it to grow back.
  • If you use bleach to kill mold on a porous surface, it will only be a temporary solution. The mold will eventually grow back, and it may be even more difficult to remove the next time.
  • If you have mold on a porous surface, the most effective way to kill it is by using a commercial grade hydrogen peroxide.

See More FAQs

Mold & Moisture Blogs

Let's Talk About It

Call to Schedule an assessment with one of our certified experts.


- Or -

Fill out our contact form and we will contact you within 24 hours.

Leave us a detailed message on our contact form.