The Nashville office proudly serves these Florida areas:
•Davidson County •Williamson County •Maury County •Giles County •Bedford County •Rutherford County •Franklin County •Lincoln County •Coffee County •Warren County •Cannon County •Wilson County •Sumner County •Robertson County •Cheatham County •Marshall County •Dickson County •Hickman County •Lewis County •Lawrence County •Wayne County •Perry County •Humphreys County
•Nashville •Murfreesboro •Columbia •Pulaski •Shelbyville •Brentwood •Franklin •Dickson •Centerville •Gallatin •Mt Juliet •Springfield •Winchester •Tullahoma •Lawrenceburg •Fayetteville
For commercial clients, the Nashville office’s coverage area extends to much of the South, including Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Arkansas.
About Mickey Shrader – Owner
General Contractor (State of Tennessee)
Mold Remediation Contractor (TN)
Structural Drying (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification)
A Nashville Mold Remediation Expert
As a mold remediator, Mickey gets to take the fear out of mold problems. The public only knows mold from the occasional day-time talk show piece or nightmare advertising designed to frighten them. People shouldn’t live in fear of their homes. When Mickey meets a new client, he aims to put them at ease and give them a plan of action.
Nashville’s Geography Harms Crawl Spaces
And there’s a lot of water to go around. Nashville gets more rainfall than Seattle, and in bursts too. Add in five to six months of 90 percent humidity, and you’ve got a recipe for mold in your crawl space.
New Construction Means More Mold
It doesn’t stop at the design though. Newer construction materials save money, but leave homeowners vulnerable. Beams and joists are made with engineered products. They’re stronger and less expensive than natural wood, but they have higher moisture content and are made with glues that mold loves to eat.
So, if you live in Middle Tennessee and face any of these problems, call the experts at EPS Nashville today!