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Water Damage Restorationwater damage creates mold in Maryland and Virginia

A flood to your home or office requires immediate action to avoid costly water damage. With effective remediation by an experienced water restoration company, your home or office will be up and running with minimal down time.

In 1994, the scientific community established the IICRC Water Restoration Standard. The studies showed mold and bio-contamination caused significant health hazards; all of which originated from water damage.

At American Home Services, we employ only the latest water restoration equipment. With 20 years of water damage restoration experience, our professional water damage experts guide you through the restoration process. Each of our mold remediation professionals strive to eradicate all unhealthy conditions caused by water damage. To read more on health hazards associated with mold and water damage, view our Why Us? page and read about mold induced illnesses and medical problems.

We pride ourselves in providing a professional low-stress experience for our Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC customers. Check out our full service area here.

We are Fully Insured and Licensed

  • Aerosol Monitoring & Analysis, Inc. (AMA) #31920
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) #182657
  • Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) #17548
  • Inst. of Insp. Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) #85429
  • Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) #090200805
  • Maryland Home Improvement Commission (MHIC) #124429
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Award Winning Services and Certifications

American Home Services is a proud recipient of the Angie's List Super Service Award for nine consecutive years (2007-2015)

Aerosol Monitoring & Analysis, Inc. (AMA)
American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)

Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)
Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration (IICRC)

Maryland Department of the Environment and Planning (MDE)