The Lakeland office proudly serves these Florida areas:
•Polk County •Hardee County •Osceola County
•Lakeland •Winter Haven •Bartow •Lake Wales •Haines City •Davenport •Auburndale •Polk City •Frost Proof •Lake Alfred •Mulberry •Fort Meade •Dundee •Eagle Lake •Lake Hamilton •Highland City •Babson Park •Kathleen •Loughman •Crystal Lake •Cypress Gardens •Lakeland Highlands •Wahneta •Combee Settlement •Gibsonia •Alturas •Hillcrest Heights •Bradley Junction •Medulla •Willow Oak •Brewster
About Steve Blakey – Owner
Steve Blakey runs the Lakeland, Florida, branch of Environmental Protective Solutions. The Lakeland branch has served the area since 2017. The Lakeland branch is known for immediate response to water damage emergencies and saving homes from long-term mold damage by stopping the problems at their root.
Steve holds licenses and certifications for:
General Contractor (State of Florida)
State Mold Remediator (MRSR 3909)
State Mold Assessor (MRSA 3758)
Water Damage Restoration (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification)
Water Damage Mitigation Specialist (NAERMC)
Certified Mold Hygienist (NAERMC)
Indoor Air Quality Specialist (NAERMC)
Applied Structural Drying (IICRC)
Applied Microbial Remediation (IICRC)
A Lakeland Water Damage Expert
Integrity is critical to the EPS Lakeland team. Steve is a retired police officer who learned from the force the importance of communication, integrity, and punctuality. He aims to ease the minds of residents experiencing water and mold emergencies and take them from desperate to ecstatic.
Lakeland Weather Threatens Homes
Lakeland residents also have to deal with the slow erosion of their moisture defenses. Storms and high winds gradually allow water in. Mold needs three things to grow: water, humidity, and food (wood, drywall). If moisture infiltration has led to mold growing unseen for months, you should call EPS Lakeland today.
Water Line Breaks are Disasters
Lakeland homeowners often don’t know that something above them also places them at risk of a water catastrophe. A lot of area homes have air conditioning units in the attic. A/C drain lines are susceptible to plugs from algae and other debris, and when that happens, water can leak into the ceiling of the home. Mold and water eat away at the ceiling and can even cause it to collapse.
If you have a water emergency or have discovered a lingering moisture issue, don’t hesitate to call the EPS Lakeland office today!