Defined Mold Inspection
(known problem area)

The Assessor will perform an inspection of a specific location of concern. A comprehensive report will be provided detailing the findings.

Mold Survey
(widespread area of concern)

The Assessor will perform an inspection of the whole location. A comprehensive report will be provided detailing the findings.
Mold surveys are utilized during new home purchase, health related concerns and multiple known loss areas.

Indoor Environmental Consultants

Conducting Mold Testing and Assessments for Residential and Commercial

Our team of qualified experts are licensed mold assessors and work diligently to find the location of the mold in the home or business and conduct thorough tests to analyze the type of mold present and the extent of the mold damage.

If you suspect mold presence in your home or business, here is the procedure you should follow:

1. Contact a licensed mold assessor such as H2H Indoor Air Solutions and schedule an appointment.

2. The mold accessor will then come to your home or business and investigate any possible cases of mold, conduct proper mold testing and identify the extent of the mold growth, mold damage and cause of the mold.

3. If needed, a mold assessor will then defer or recommend a licensed mold remediation company to conduct a thorough clean up of all mold growth and evidence of mold as well as clean the air inside to remove mold spores.

Our Process

Mold Assessment: This should be done by a licensed mold assessor and indoor air consultant. Although remediation companies can do assessments they cannot do them on a job if they are going to perform the remediation. Remember remediators make their money on the remediation. The assessment is not just test taking. The best assessors understand the building and what causes mold. The mold assessment report should provide a guideline to what the problem is, what caused it and what the recommendation is to move forward.

Mold Protocol: A good assessor will be able to write a protocol that provides a road map for remediation. The protocol is a detailed report explaining what needs to be remediated and how it is to be remediated. Not all remediators perform the same quality work, however if there is a protocol written by a qualified assessor they are required to follow it. Remember the cause of the problem must be fixed before any remediation can take place!

Mold Remediation: Remediators in the State of Florida must have a license. They also need to be certified from the IICRC which is the standard for cleaning mold and other issues. Most remediators will provide you an estimate using an industry standard estimating program called xactimate. It is based on square footage so estimates from remediators should be similar especially if they have a protocol to follow. Without a protocol and assessment, who knows?

PRV (Post Remediation Verification) aka. Mold Clearance: This involves the assessor to come back and make sure the work was done correctly and retest to make sure the mold problem has been eliminated. This is a critical step in the process. Without it you could have spent thousands of dollars and you still may have a problem. DO NOT let the remediator reinstall the building materials before a clearance is performed. If it does not pass, then what? In some cases the building materials may have to be removed again to re-clean.

* Do not let a remediator perform a remediation without an assessment as remediators do not understand the different types and health risks of various types of mold.

Your Indoor Air Quality and Mold Testing Experts

By working with an experienced indoor air quality professional, you can rest assured you’ll be safe from the damage mold causes to your health and home.

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