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103 Dogwood Lane
Franklin, TN 37064


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    Areas of Expertise

    • Toxicity and Mold - Removal
    • Mold & Toxic Material Test
    • Indoor Air Quality Testing
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    44 Verified Reviews
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    1.0 Earl S. Columbia, TN

    I absolutely do not recommend Middle Tennessee Mold Remediation. The initial meeting went well (obviously, we hired him). I was impressed that he didnâ t try to scare my wife, or upsell on separate projects/services, and he seemed knowledgeable. He was somewhat sales-ish, but thatâ s to be expected - he was selling something. We agreed to the project, and signed the documents. Almost immediately the money talk started - Itâ s not UNCOMMON for a contractor to require a deposit, but it does start you wondering. We went ahead and agreed to the 50% up front, however Rob wasnâ t happy to find out my bank (USAA) had a several-day holding period on checks, and began pressuring my wife for another form of payment. We werenâ t pushing him to start right away, or before he had the money, had no issue writing the check and waiting, but this was apparently not satisfactory to him. We ended up Venmo-ing his wife half (which seemed very shady, but we did get a receipt). So work commenced. The day before they were supposed to finish, Rob asked me for another $1000, because it was â bigger than he expected.â He never went into the crawlspace on the initial inspection, and instead estimated square footage based on the interior dimensions of the house - and we had a signed contract. That said, I felt the price was still worth it and agreed. The morning they were to finish the work (before they were even done), Rob was asking my wife about the other half of the payment. Nothing about how it looked, how happy we were, how his team did, but â when can I get a check.â She told him I would need to look it over before we released the money and he started calling me about it. I reiterated that I would need to inspect the work first, he repliedâ Soâ ¦I can get a check tomorrow?â Upon inspecting the work, I found multiple crawlspace penetrations (AC boots, electrical, etc.) that had not been foamed per the contract. I could see dirt in several places (which is not what â encapsulationâ is supposed to be), and most of the brick pillars supporting the house had not been wrapped. Nothing at all had been done with the attic penetrations, which was also part of the contract. He did send a guy out to fix it, which they did partially (foamed the attic penetrations and most of the crawlspace, but failed to wrap the pillars and plug other gaps in the crawlspace. Additionally, we had mold in an upstairs closet that they remediated. Part of this was supposed to include cleaning and individually bagging all items in this closet before moving them to another room. NOTHING was bagged. Iâ m not even sure any of it was cleaned, but I canâ t say that for sure. It was all just haphazardly thrown in the other room. Almost immediately after they came out and â fixedâ things, Rob started asking me about payment again. And again with the issue with my bank taking too long. We ended up writing him three checks so he could get â paid fasterâ because for some reason he couldnâ t wait for the bank. He said he would have someone come out and finish the fixes the following week, but never did send anyone. I finally told him not to bother and have another contractor coming to finish the work. I Highly do NOT recommend Middle Tennessee Mold Remediation, or Rob Parsons.

    5.0 Amy L. Columbia, TN

    Evaluation went well. No reason for remediation Rob said which was great news. Helpful hints and very professional. We appreciated his honesty and professionalism.

    5.0 Floyd W. Culleoka, TN

    Prompt,timely and efficient

    4.5 Michael B. Franklin, TN

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    5.0 Tonya M. Dickson, TN

    Rob was so helpful. He even helped me hire someone to finish out my ceiling work and that person was also great. I would hire them again.

    5.0 Hillary A. Mount Juliet, TN

    Rob and his team were wonderful to work with. They are all professionals and really put our mind at ease the job was being done properly. We received updates and communication daily and knew what was happening at every step. I would highly recommend Rob and his team for any mold issues.

    0.50 Dennis B. Burns, TN

    The emails/texts I have received are hostile and combative with untruths as well.

    5.0 Paula D. Nashville, TN

    Rob was great to work with as was his crew. Everything was explained well, and he kept in touch regularly till the job was done. The process was completed within a few hours and the clean-up was great. I would highly recommend this company.

    5.0 Hollis S. Franklin, TN

    Did an excellent job. MOLD GONE!!!

    5.0 Ellen C. Nashville, TN

    Rob has done an excellent job and gave us all the information we need regarding our mold issue, as well as helped us to save on cleaning the mold.


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