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Go Green Restoration is a reliable firm that has been around for a long time. This has enabled us to fully comprehend the specific needs of all our clients during the entire restoration process. We treat all our clients with respect and concern for all their preferences and need like if they were family. If you are looking for a restoration and remediation firm in Los Angeles  we are the best option for you. Our years of experience has allowed us to come up with ideal solutions for both residential and commercial properties. Once at your property, our experts will handle everything, ensuring that you are at peace.

We are more than just experts. We believe in creating a good and healthy relationship with all our clients. We want to make sure before we start the cleanup project, you are already our friend. With many years of experience, you will find that our specialists are the best. Each of our employees looks forward to providing you with the necessary solutions to put your life back on track.


“ Once I requested the services from Go Green Restoration, I was quite pleased with the immediate response and on time arrival of the technicians. The company is quite good; they were very helpful in my time of need. The technicians who arrived at my home were straightforward, and gave a professional approach towards my restoration requirements. I would recommend them to anyone due to their excellent performance. “

Logan L. Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA

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" We had water damage that unfortunately, was not covered by insurance.. So we did our homework, and called about a 1/2 dozen restoration companies on a Saturday afternoon.  Go Green Restoration came out about two hours later. Jessie was very thorough, very professional, and extremely knowledgeable. He was able to give us a reasonably priced quote within 15 minutes, and we decided to go with Go Green on the spot.  Jessie walked us through what to expect.  I can't say enough good things about Jessie and his crew.  Out of 6 water restoration companies, we went withGo Green Restoration because of Jessie, because they were reasonably priced,  came within two hours and were able to quote us at the time vs waiting 24 hours.  When you are having a water emergency, you don't want to wait 24 hours to decide who to go with. "

Sabrina K. Thousand Oaks, CA

" Go Green Restoration come to my house for a free mold inspection. Jesse came and check the walls where some mold had appear and give me a quote on how much would it cost to remove it. I received other quotes but Jesse explained me exactly what they were going to do and I decided to go with them. They came on time and started the work. In one day they remove all the mold, I hired another company to do the testing to make sure there was no mold left and the results conclude that there wasn't. If you need mold remediation give them a call. "

Reynaldo A. Winnetka, Los Angeles, CA

  • What is mold and why is it growing indoors?
    Mold (and mildew) are common terms for fungi that can grow in damp locations in buildings, although molds are present everywhere, indoors and outdoors. Molds are important microorganisms because they help break down dead plant and animal material and recycle nutrients in the environment. There are many kinds of molds, and mold growth can have many forms and colors. To grow and reproduce, mold only needs food — any organic matter, such as leaves, wood, paper, or even dust — and moisture. Organic matter is almost always available, so whether mold grows depends mostly on whether there is moisture. By fixing moisture problems, you can keep mold from growing in your home.
  • What are the health effects of mold?
    The presence of visible mold, visible moisture, water-damaged materials, or mold odor in a building is clearly linked to increased risk of various respiratory health effects. These health effects include asthma development, asthma exacerbation, allergies, respiratory infections, and a variety of upper and lower respiratory symptoms. The more extensive or severe the dampness and mold, the greater the risk of health effects. The health effects also depend on the susceptibility of the occupants. Speak to your doctor if you have concerns about the health effects of mold.
  • Can a doctor tell me if the mold in my building is making me sick?
    A doctor can test for and diagnose a small number of mold allergies. However, a person may have mold allergies for which there is no test. Also, molds can have health effects other than allergic reactions and can affect people who are not allergic. Still, it is a good idea to discuss your concerns with your healtcare provider.
  • Do I need to know if the mold in my building is "toxic mold" or "black mold"? "
    No. Any type of mold that you see or smell in your building is a risk to your health and should be fixed. The more mold or moisture that you see or smell, the greater the risk to your health. There is currently no evidence that the particular kind of mold in your building matters.
  • How do I know if I have a mold or moisture problem?
    Mold or moisture problems may be visible or hidden. Visible areas could include surfaces in the building itself and items in the building. Examples of hidden problem areas include beneath wallpaper, behind furniture, behind baseboards, or inside walls, floors, or ceilings. Signs of a mold or moisture problem in your home are: Water-stained, discolored, or moldy surfaces Water damage, such as warped floors, peeling or bubbled paint, or rotting wood Damp surfaces, including condensation on windows or walls An earthy, musty, or moldy smell You might also have a mold problem if people who are sensitive or allergic to mold have symptoms when they are in your home.
  • What are the main steps to fixing a mold or dampness problem?
    There are several steps to fixing a mold or dampness problem. Find the damp or moldy areas Fix the source of the moisture problems Dry or replace wet materials Clean or remove moldy materials
  • What are the most common sources of excess moisture?
    Excess moisture can come from either indoor or outdoor sources. Indoor sources include: Leaking or burst pipes Insufficient venting where water is used (for example, bathrooms, laundry areas, and kitchens) Condensation on cold surfaces Outdoor sources include: Water intrusion (leaky roofs, leaky windows) and flooding Outdoor surfaces that slope and drain water toward the home Sprinklers and downspouts directing water at the house
  • I smell mold, but I don't see any — How do I find the mold or moisture problem?"
    You are right not to ignore mold odor, because this is one of the best indicators of potential health risks from dampness or mold. If you cannot find the mold or moisture problem, you may need a general contractor experienced with water damage assessment to find the source of the mold odor. Thorough mold investigations may require some damage to building materials to find mold or dampness in hidden spaces. We do not recommend testing for mold.
  • What materials can I effectively clean of mold and what should I remove?
    Generally, materials are either porous or non-porous. Non-porous materials (such as glass, plastic, metal, or ceramics) do not absorb water and can be effectively cleaned of mold [see next question]. Porous materials (such as drywall, ceiling tiles, drapes, or upholstered furniture) do absorb water and usually cannot be effectively cleaned of mold. If the porous materials look or smell moldy, they should be removed. In addition, porous materials that have stayed wet for more than a day or two may need to be removed, even if they do not yet look or smell moldy, because mold may have started to grow under some conditions.
  • How do I safely deal with moldy materials?
    If you are sensitive to mold or if the amount of mold is large, consider having another person or professional do the work. Use personal protective equipment, such as goggles, gloves, and an N-95 particulate respirator. A "dust mask" will not protect you from mold. It is also advisable to wear removable protective clothing (such as disposable suits) while handling moldy material, as mold can collect on clothes and be released later. It is important to prevent contamination from spreading from the source area to other areas in the home [see guidelines below]. It is also a good idea to ventilate the area you are cleaning to the outdoors during and after the work. Cleaning non-porous materials: Scrub non-porous materials thoroughly with soap and water to remove mold. We do not recommend using bleach or products that contain bleach. Bleach can be a respiratory hazard and disinfection is not necessary if you have cleaned the material thoroughly with soap. Removing porous materials: Moldy materials should be sealed in disposable bags or wrapped in plastic and disposed of as normal trash. The moldy material does not need to be treated as hazardous waste.
  • What methods are not effective for fixing dampness or mold problems?
    Painting over mold, even after applying a biocide, will not fix mold and dampness problems. Removing damaged materials, but not addressing the underlying moisture problem, is also ineffective. Running particle-removing air filters or air cleaners will not solve a mold problem.
  • How do I minimize risk to other home occupants during mold removal or remediation?
    Removing moldy materials can raise mold levels in the air, so it’s advisable for unprotected persons to avoid exposures during remediation. During and after remediation, precautions should be taken to prevent mold spores from contaminating other areas on the home. Containment of the remediation area and the moldy materials, including sealing vents to heating/air conditioning/ventilation systems, followed by cleanup are important safety measures. In larger remediation projects, containment may require sheeting and maintaining negative pressure in the containment area.
  • How do I know if the remediation was good enough and solved the problem?
    The best known indicator that the dampness-related health risks have been reduced is if the source of the moisture is remedied, all damaged materials have been cleaned or removed appropriately, and all remaining materials are dry and free of visible mold and mold odor. As of now, no mold tests or measurements can show when remediation efforts have been successful.
  • How do I prevent mold from growing again?
    Correcting the moisture problems and preventing or quickly responding to future moisture problems will keep mold from growing indoors. Also, porous materials that were previously moldy but not removed will be even more susceptible to mold regrowth.



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