Only an expert should handle a mold removal situation. Rapid Dry is staffed with mold remediation technicians in the Ellisville MO area who can diagnose and treat contamination properly. Whether your environmental needs are complex or simple, need bathroom, kitchen, or basement mold cleanup, Rapid Dry is a full- service mold and indoor air quality consulting firm in Ellisville, MO. With a certified staff and reasonable pricing, we pride ourselves on the ability to solve your mold and indoor air quality problems quickly and economically.
Delaying water damage repairs can cause multiple other issues such as mold growth, insurance refusing to pay, health and safety issues, and many other problems. Call our mold remediation company today if you suspect mold anywhere in your home.
We are mold removal contractors that use state-of-the-art equipment to inspect both commercial and residential properties. We specialize in investigating mold and water damage, mold damage repairs, as well as remediation (removal) of the problems that exist based on the findings. With licensed general contractors on staff, we also offer reconstruction services, if desired or needed. We do a great deal of work for several property management firms, homeowners, and real estate agents in the Ellisville Metro area servicing both Missouri and Illinois. Our mold cleanup experience in providing environmental services for our clients enables us to obtain results quickly and thoroughly, resulting in a smooth and seamless transition back to normal life.
We provide mold remediation to Ellisville and the surrounding areas.
Ellisville was settled by Captain James Harvey Ferris before 1837. He brought slaves with him when he settled his property in Ellisville, and it was here that the house that became known as the “Ellis House” was constructed. The bricks used for construction of the house were handmade by the slaves, and it was also called the “Brick Place” for this reason.
Captain Ferris sold the house to Vespasian Ellis, a newspaper editor. In 1842, Ellis became the United States consul. He ran several ads in the Native American Bulletin in an effort to sell his Ellisville farm. As a result, it was sold to William A. Hereford in 1842 or 1843. Hereford was a Virginian and is credited with the naming of Ellisville.