We are a Houston-based company specializing in mold removal and mold remediation services. Our company differentiates itself through the unbiased and high-quality mold remediation and consulting that we provide. Besides having a license and insurance, we also provide mold inspections.
Inspection And Testing Of Molds
Inspections of a building are conducted in order to determine whether mold is present in a building, where it is located, and how to identify and evaluate it.
Observations and measurements made by the consultant are described in an assessment report describing the locations and results of samples taken by the consultant as well as the sampling and measurement process.
An indoor growth management plan will also be prepared, which will serve to provide guidance to the mold testing process that how to control and prevent unwanted growth inside a building.
Protocol For Mold Remediation
Describes the estimated quantities in a document. A mold remediation project is a project which involves the assessment of the materials to be cleaned, the proposed methods to be used, as well as the criteria for clearance. According to Texas law, this document must be provided in cases of 25 sq. ft. or more of contiguous surfaces being remediated.
Remediation Of Mold
In order to remove mold as soon as possible we will follow a protocol for mold remediation. To complete the mold removal process, we will utilize a negative air containment system, proper HEPA equipment, and a custom mold removal process. When you hire us, we will get the job done the right way the first time.
Clearance Of Mold
In the event that we pass the mold damage inspection, we will provide a mold damage remediation certificate to your company.
A mold damage remediation certificate will require collecting and testing surface and air samples. The Texas Department of Insurance has adopted a certificate called the mold mitigation declaration, which vouches for the mold free status of a property.
The Mold Consulting Process
Inspection Of Mold
With the help of the latest technology, a thorough inspection will be performed that will detect mold and conditions that promote mold growth. This inspection usually lasts between one and two hours.
Testing For Mold
If you would like to determine where air samples or surface samples should be taken, please contact our consultants. As a result, an air sample will be taken to determine the amount of mold spores in the air. In addition, surface samples will be taken directly from the affected area.
A Laboratory Analysis
We take the mold samples to an accredited and licensed laboratory that has been located in Texas to determine the type and amount of mold. During the period of time we spend preparing the mold assessment, we will provide you with a detailed report.
Investigations Of Hidden Mold Points
To grow, mold requires moisture, and that is why it is naturally found in humid and damp areas because moisture is what mold needs in order to grow. As an example, leaking pipes are often the cause of mold growth and should be repaired as soon as possible as soon as one is noticed.
In order to prevent mold from growing anywhere in the home, you should remove visible mold as soon as possible by following safe mold removal methods. What about the mold growth that is hidden on the walls? In fact, when a musty smell often occurs without visible signs of mold (black, white, or brownish coating), it is likely that mold is growing in an area that is hard to see.
Mold Test Kit: How To Use
In the home improvement stores and online retailers, mold test kits of different types are available, but they are not all the same.
Some of them are intended for determining if there is mold present only on surfaces. You will need to invest in a mold test kit, which cost approximately $20 to $45 (view example on Amazon), so that you can test for mold spores in the air you are breathing.
After you perform all the tests, it will take just a few days, and if the tests you perform determine that mold spores are present in the air, you will be able to send the testing materials to a laboratory for another test that will determine what type of mold is present