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7095A Whites Creek Pike
Nashville TN 37080

About Us

Ace began in 1988 and has consistently provided quality service to Middle Tennessee. Over the years, we had numerous customers ask us about mold and moisture problems, while inspecting and working in the attic and crawl space. So, many years ago we began to explore mold and became more involved with the process which lead to the creation of Ace Mold Proof, our mold and moisture division. We are now licensed and certified with tremendous experience in identifying and removing mold and moisture problems. Several of our employees have the national certification (IIRC) and our mold business has grown rapidly. We specialize in dealing with real estate transactions as well as both residential mold and commercial mold remediation. Our commitment to honesty and quality is unwavering and and we are consistently striving to stay innovative in mold remediation and moisture control.

Ace  promises to help our clients completely eradicate mold conditions through our professional mold remediation services. The average consumer might be unaware of the true facts about the dangers of mold and might not understand where or how to find answers. We are dedicated to successfully removing mold or fungus and controlling moisture problems in your home or business.

What We Do


Ace always strives to please our clients with the highest standards of service at the most reasonable price in the mold remediation industry. From residential to commercial projects, Ace Mold Proof works directly with home builders and contractors to safely secure the most important areas in your home such as your living space.


Qualifications / Certifications

• Certified Residential Mold Inspector (CRMI)

• Certified Commercial Mold Inspector (CCMI)

• Certified Mold Remediator (CMR)

• Member of Indoor Air Quality Association(IAQA)

• Member of the National Association of Mold  

  Remediators and Inspectors (NAMRI)

What causes mold?


When moisture problems or water damage occur mold can grow within 24-48 hours. While moisture is the key cause, other conditions support mold growth.


What does mold look like?


Mold is usually fuzzy in appearance or slimy in texture. The spectrum of the mold color range include green, brown, yellow, black and white. A heavy mold growth could even look like a plant growth covering a surface.


What can I do to protect my family from mold – How to remove mold from walls?


It is impossible to completely eliminate all mold spores inside. Mold will always be found floating in the air and in house dust. Indoor mold growth can be prevented by controlling water and moisture in the house. The following might prevent or reduce indoor mold growth:


• Repair all water leaks & moisture problem areas

• Provide good air circulation

• All HVAC systems should have a good electrostatic filter

• Insulate and ventilate attic space areas

• Clean and dry or remove items that are damaged by water immediately


Can mold cause problems?


Mold has the potential to cause health problems and even make a home uninhabitable. However, everyone is affected differently when in contact with mold. The mold that might not bother one person could severely affect another. Some mold can produce allergens, irritants and in some cases, potentially toxic chemical substances known as mycotoxins. People who are sensitive to and exposed to mycotoxins can become ill.

Allergic reactions to mold are common. They can be immediate or delayed. People diagnosed with allergies and asthma might be very sensitive to mold. Mold can cause asthma attacks. Others at risk may include: infants, children, the elderly, immune compromised patients, pregnant women and individuals with existing respiratory conditions.

With exposure even in small amounts mold could cause: sinus infections, asthma, skin rash, chronic fatigue, respiratory problems, headaches, nose and throat irritation.


How do I know I have Mold?


Mold can be found in several places in the home environment. It appears most often in moist or wet areas. A musty odor may also be present. Mold begins to grow indoors when mold spores land on surfaces that are wet or damp. Mold will not grow without water or moisture. Therefore, it is important to dry out wet or moist areas within 24 to 48 hours to prevent mold growth. Some examples of places where mold can be found inside the home include:


• Basements, kitchens (bottom of fridge), around bathroom vanities, washer/dryer area

• The underside of carpets and pads

• Surface of walls behind furniture (where condensation forms)

• Attic spaces

• Crawl spaces


Should I have my home inspected?


Because of growing concerns regarding mold in the home and its effects on health, mold inspections are becoming a common practice. You should not buy a home or  live in a home with mold. A mold inspection performed by a certified mold inspector is your first line of defense!