Our Comprehensive Mold Inspection Process is designed to give you the best possible service available. This process is designed to assess and determine if you have active mold growing in your home or office. If mold is discovered, our licensed mold inspectors will write the remediation protocols for the remediation company to follow.
Our comprehensive mold inspections includes both the exterior and interior of the structure, using state of the art detection equipment and years of construction experience, our licensed Mold Inspectors stay current on the latest discoveries and techniques so they can offer the best possible service to our clients.
When you call, chat. or email, you will be assigned to a licensed Mold Inspector. Your Mold Inspector will be your point of contact from start to finish. During the initial discussion they will ask you a series of targeted questions so they can better understand your unique situation.
There are Four Vital Points needed for a successful mold inspection:
Our Mold Inspectors (Assessors) have a combined 30 years of experience in structural construction industry experience which they put to work for you. In addition, not only do they have the latest tools and technology at their fingertips, they know how to use and interpret them.
Testing is important because it confirms the visual findings.
We only use a third party AIHA accredited lab. The lab analysis report will show the different mold genus present within the problem areas of the structure.
Your comprehensive mold inspection (assessment) report includes the results of our visual findings, photo documentation, lab analysis, and remediation protocols. This assessment is what you will send to your remediation contractor & insurance company.
Next you select a reputable Mold Remediation company. A reputable remediator will ask for your Mold Inspection and Testing Report (Mold Assessment) first before providing an estimate. If you are filling an insurance claim, make sure to forward a copy of the Mold Assessment Report to your adjuster.