-A Non-intrusive Visual Examination
-Identify & Report Signs of Mold Growth
-Identify Conditions Conducive for Mold
-Detailed Report with Photos & Recommendations
*This inspection does not identify physical detects within systems
-Certified Mold Inspector will Collect a Minimum of 3 Samples
-Samples that may be taken include Air, Surface (Tape or Swab) and/or Bulk
-Determine if Mold Spores are present at Elevated Levels
-Determine if a Source of Fungal Spores are Affecting an Area in which Human Exposure is likely to Occur
-Determine if Structural Damage has Occurred due to Fungal Exposure
-Indoor Environmental Professional Writes the Protocol Based on Findings & Discussions with the Client
-A Guideline that Outlines & Addresses Scope of Work
-Outlines Necessary Areas to be Remediated and/or Cleaned
-Outlines the Proper Equipment & Tools to be Utilized for Remediation
-Mold Remediation Contractors Acknowledge their Understanding of the Protocol with Signature
* Mold Remediation Contractors follow the protocol as it is written, and should not deviate from it unless agreed upon by the client and the Environmental Professional.
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-Verify a Successful Remediation: Clearances of General Areas, HVAC Systems, and/or Air/Surface samplings may be useful to
-Conduct a Visual Inspection and/or Post Sampling.
-Post samples include 3 Air and/or Surface and Outdoor samples (depending on what areas are in containment. Multiple air samples and surface samples may be needed.)
*Post-sampling should always be performed if pre-samples were taken, for comparison purposes.
*Clearance samples should always be considered during the following situations; when litigation is involved, when specific health concerns are noted, to assure that mold was successfully removed, if more than 10 square feet of an area are affected, or if a HVAC system have been remediated.