About Us

Mike Quigley

Mike Quigley


Mike’s Story

Mike Quigley, the owner of Quigley Attic Mold Remediation Contractors and a certified microbial remediation contractor, started his construction career at the age of 15 working as an electrician’s apprentice. Mike is a US Marine, serving from 1974-to 1979. Over the years, he worked in several construction trades including framing, roofing, siding, and installing kitchens and bathrooms.

In 1980 he opened his own company specializing in restoring old homes for investors looking to either re-sell the homes or turn them into rental properties. Mike no longer renovates homes and in 1997 became a licensed home inspector in Massachusetts. In 2005, he became a Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor. In both of his current roles, he uses the vast knowledge gained over the years from actual field experience.

Certified Microbial Remediation Contractor

Mike is currently a licensed Massachusetts home inspector, certified mold remediation contractor, certified lead-safe firm, and wood-boring insect inspector. He has offered seminars and professional development for first-time homebuyers, homeowners, realtors, and others in the real estate field. Mike’s licenses and certifications include:

  • IAQA (Indoor Air Quality Association) 2005 – Present
  • Massachusetts Home Inspector License #353 – 1997 – Present
  • ACAC (American Council for Accredited Certification) 2007 – Present
  • US EPA Lead Certification 2010 – Present
  • ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) – Past Member
  • Wood Destroying Insects Certification 2003 – Present
  • Complete 40 Continuing Education Credits Annually – Various Topics
  • Associates in Business Management – 1983

Happy Customers

“I just want to say thank you for the time you spent with me about the mold problem in my attic. You suggested that I get a price on replacing the roof sheathing and fixing the ventilation problem before I pay you to remediate the mold. You were correct and it was more cost-effective to have the roof sheathing replaced and ventilate the soffits into the attic. I will highly recommend you if someone needs mold remediation.”

~ Dan