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MOLD TOX Testing & Remediation, LLC was founded in March 2004 by Mark Ervin, Sr.; his wife, Mary; and son, Mark, Jr. Mark, Sr. is a third-generation mold testing and remediation specialist. He followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, who had a combined 85 years of experience in removing fungi, mold, and wood rot from thousands of crawl spaces over the many years they were in business. Mark, Sr. learned from his father and grandfather that the most important part of owning a business is to respect and be 100% honest to all of his customers. Because of this, MOLD TOX Testing & Remediation, LLC is now the number one mold removal company in eastern Tennessee.
MOLD TOX Testing & Remediation, LLC is eastern Tennessee's largest toxic mold testing and remediation company. We are certified by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture to apply all EPA-approved chemicals (charter #4410). Mark, Sr. has over 32 years of experience in the fungi removal field. He is certified by NAMP (the National Association of Mold Professionals, ID #843), PMII (Professional Mold Inspection Institute), MICRO (the Mold Inspection Consulting and Remediation Organization), NWMOA (National Waterproof Members of America), TDA (the Tennessee Department of Agriculture in Category C07 and C14 and ID #7206), UT (the University of Tennessee as a Certified Mold Inspector), and NEHA (the National Environmental Health Association, Member #222250).
We are fully licensed, insured, certified, bonded. We offer a variety of services, including mold testing and remediation, HVAC duct cleaning, odor control, sanitizing, complete build backs, crawl space and basement waterproofing, floor leveling and repairs, foundation repairs, crawl space ventilation systems, drain tile systems, termite control treatments, and more. All of our work is 100% guaranteed.
In February 2004, Mark, Sr. traveled to Detroit, Michigan, and completed an intense training program through NAMP to further his knowledge in the mold removal and testing field. In addition, he received certification from the University of Tennessee to obtain DNA samples from mold-contaminated buildings.